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January 2018

From Our Youth Director


             As I look towards a new year, I am getting my family ready for many events that we trust God to get us through.  As some of you know, my daughter requires facial reconstruction surgery for her overgrown jaw bone.  As my family and I support getting her ready for college, we are working on getting ready ourselves emotionally and physically ready for her surgery.  A large part of this is learning to be more dutiful in relying on God for everything.  I mean EVERYTHING.  One of the hardest things is to give up control over what we have going on in our lives and turning everything over to someone all-knowing and all-seeing who has the ultimate control over everything in life.  Sounds like it should be easy!  As a mom, I want to know everything and see that the doctor’s assessments are correct.  As a faithful Christian, I am to be at peace knowing that through God all things are possible.  What do you have in your life that needs to be handed over to our Lord?  Is it social drama with friends?  is it a family member’s illness?  Is it conflict about understanding with your parents?  There is one solution to any of your biggest concerns in your life: prayer.  Don’t start rolling your eyes quite yet.  It’s true.  The more you pray about the things troubling you, the more you are handing over your troubles to God.  Mind you, your troubles (whatever they may be) don’t go away.  My daughter’s jaw isn’t going to suddenly fix itself.  However, you will find that your troubles weigh less heavily, you can rejoice more, and above all you maintain a close relationship with our Heavenly Father. Pray with your heart, listen with your soul, and rejoice with all your being because you are loved.

 

 

 

 

For more information or to be put on the email list for Youth Activities please, contact our Youth Director at:  flcyouth.eburg@gmail.com

 

 


 


January Youth Events

 FLC Youth Group (grades 6 to 12)

 

 

January 1 – PJ Pancake Breakfast!  Come to the Fellowship Hall from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. in your pajamas to ring in the New Year with your Youth Group peeps!  Get a hot stack of pancakes and choose your toppings!  Fun and frolicking in the gym as usual afterwards!

             Other activities include creating cards for Moses’ Youth Group in Tanzania, making a “miss you” prayer card for Gracie, and sorting/bagging hats and gloves for the schools in the area!

 

January 27 – Super Spud Scrubbing Party!  10 a.m. to 12 p.m. we will be scrubbing potatoes to get ready for our Annual Baked Potato Fundraiser!  We got the scrubbers, donated taters, and tunes!

 

January 28 – Annual Baked Potato Bar fundraiser!  This year we are raising to go to Get Air Trampoline Park!  We want a couple hours of jumping fun, so we need everyone’s help to make this a success.  Sign up on the board to bring in a food item or two (who is the brave soul to bring in broccoli?) and put on your award-winning apron.  This one promises to be a blast!



 January events for FLC Families (all ages):

January 10 – Glow in the Dark Family Fun Night!   This is an annual favorite!  Come at 5:30 p.m. for dinner and lots of family fun!  (yes grown-ups, you too!)

 

 

* Dates are subject to change.