BRUMC Youth Newsletter

Monday, November 5th - Sunday, November 11th

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This Week's Schedule

Wednesday This Wednesday youth will meet from 6:30-7:30 pm directly after Fuel-Up.


Sunday. Sunday morning we will have our normal small group time from 10:00-11:00 am in the FLC. Sunday night the youth will be meeting from 5:30-7:00 pm.

Looking Ahead

November - Youth Retreat. Details forthcoming and TBD

November 21 - No Youth on Wednesday Night. Get ready for Thanksgiving!!!

November 22 - Thanksgiving!!

December 9 - Youth Christmas Party @ the Workman's from 5-8!!!!

December 12 - Children's Program. No Youth on Wednesday Night.

December 24 - Candlelight Service @ 5 and 7 pm!!!!

December 25 - Christmas Day!!!!!

December 26 - Christmas Break!! No Youth on Wednesday Night.

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Prayer (Week 2) - Wednesday Night

This week we will be looking at learning how to pray. Prayer isn't an elaborate set of rules we must follow in order for God to hear us. Prayer is simply talking to God and trusting in His will for our lives. Our passage this week is Matthew 6:9-13 for those who would like to read ahead. See you all there!!!!!
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Building the Tabernacle - Sunday Night

Last time we looked at how the last six commandments revolve around our love for our neighbors and lead us away from the lie of self-worship. This week we will look at how the building of the tabernacle represents how God desires God's desire to build up His chosen people and how God used it to foreshadow His plan for us today. The passage for this week is Exodus 25:1-9; 39:32-43; 40:34-38 for those who would like to read ahead. See you all there!!!!!

Relinquishing our Fear of Missing Out (FOMO)

I read an article this week on the need for believer's to be willing to forsake all known comfort for the sake of Christ. In the article, Aimee Joseph introduces the story of Columba, a sixth-century Abbott who was tasked to leave Ireland and bring the Gospel to pagans in Scotland. When he arrived he burned his boat so he would not be tempted to leave the task God had assigned him.


As I thought about this story I wondered how often God has given me something to do and while eager to do it, I "kept my options open" just in case I needed to return to what was comfortable. Joseph makes an interesting point in the article. She says, "Whatever their shape or style, any boats that lead us away from following Christ must be burned as often as they’re built. While this sounds overwhelming and almost impossible, remember that the One who asks for a commitment to himself, his Word, and his ways has also fully committed himself to us." God has called each of us to a particular mission for the sake of His kingdom. When we hear clearly from God, we must be willing to burn our boats and rely on God's guidance and provision. I have linked the article below for those who wish to read further. God Bless!!!!!

Daily Bible Reading Plan

November 5th - Psalm 96; 2 Kings 5; Zechariah 9; John 2

November 6th - Psalm 97; 2 Kings 6:1-23; Zechariah 10; John 3:1-21

November 7th - Psalm 98; 2 Kings 6:24-7:20; Zechariah 11; John 3:22-36

November 8th - Psalm 99; 2 Kings 8; Zechariah 12-13; John 4:1-42

November 9th - Psalm 100; 2 Kings 9; Zechariah 14; John 4:43-5:18

November 10th - Psalm 101; 2 Kings 10; Malachi 1:1-2:9; John 5:19-47

November 11th - Psalm 102; 2 Kings 11; Malachi 2:10-17; John 6:1-21