LIFT Weekly Update

All about the Student Ministries at First Baptist Covington

Hey, everybody!

I hope all of you that had Spring Break last week enjoyed it. Now it's on to the home stretch. We are almost to Summer, and it's going to be a good one!


Prayer Breakfast is back tomorrow with our regular delicious breakfast! We only have a few more left for the year. The final Prayer Breakfast is May 10th.


LIFT is back this week as well. We will have a more chill acoustic worship time, hand out some FREE new music, and continue in our new series High Five all about 1 Thessalonians! The previous message is still below if you need to catch up!


Sunday Night we have the opportunity to come enjoy the choir musical "God In Us," presented by our church choir at 5pm.


High School Big Day Out is coming! Here are the options, and I need the High Schoolers to vote. Option 1: Whitewater Rafting and a Zip Line adventure through downtown Columbus on Saturday April 30th. Option 2: Fancy lunch out, The Mystery Room, and Medeival Times on May 1st. REPLY BACK WITH YOUR VOTE! Both options are $50.


Remember to mark your calendars for our incredible Summer Camp at Crossings Camp in Kentucky! It's going to be a memorable and life-changing week! The cost is $350, and registration is now available HERE.


Finally, Graduate Sunday is coming up May 22nd. Letters giving the details as well as scholarship applications went out last week. If you have a graduating senior and did not receive the letter, please let me know!


The Wednesday Night Supper Schedule that you signed up for is below. Let me know if you'd like to fill in one of the gaps!


IMPORTANT DATES

April 2-7 - Honduras Mission Trip to Orphanage Emmanuel.

April 30 or May 1 - High School Big Day Out! $50

May 22 - Graduate Sunday

June 5-10 - Summer Camp @ Crossings Camp in Kentucky! $350

June 15 - High School Lake Day

June 22 - Middle School Lake Day

June 27-29 - Backyard Kids Clubs

August 5-7 - LIFToff!!!

Last Week's Message from LIFT!

High Five 1

Follow-Up Questions for Parents

· How should you read and interpret this letter, even though it was written to some faraway believers a long time ago?

· What evidence should people see in your life of your life being changed by the gospel? Do you see any?

· Who are some good examples that you are following? Who might be following you?

· Have you ever been so excited about Jesus that you couldn’t help but share it? Why or why not?