LIFT Weekly Update
All about the Student Ministries at First Baptist Covington
It is a difficult time to watch the news...especially when it comes to seeing Christian brothers and sisters in other parts of the world being persecuted and killed for their faith. Whether it is on our students radars all the time or not, it is and should be something they struggle with. We have been covering how to approach pain and poverty in the world from a Biblical perspective on Wednesday nights, and it may be one of the most important message series we have done in a while.
Join us Wednesday for LIFT as we worship, fellowship, and continue this difficult new series called The Least of These. The new series will help students reconcile their faith in a good God with a world full of poverty and pain. Check out last week's message and follow-up questions below! Be there ready to grow 6-7:30pm!
Then, Sunday we've got our awesome Sunday School classes, which just started the new Gospel Project Chronological Curriculum, which now matches up with the children's studies, but goes much deeper.
This week at LifeLine on Sunday, we'll put some of what we learned into action, going out to help some church members who are unable to maintain their yard. We'll leave from the Annex at 5pm and return at 7pm. Come dressed to work and bring gloves, trimmers, rakes, etc. if you have them!
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!
October 9-11 - Washed Family Retreat
October 28 - LIFT Bonfire Night
December 9th - LIFT Student Testimony Night
December 16th - LIFT Christmas Party
Current Series @ LIFT!
How do we approach the problems of poverty and pain in our world?
LIFT Supper Schedule
Let me know if you want to fill in any gaps!
Prayer Breakfast is back!
Tuesday mornings at 7am or 8am!
Last Week's Message from LIFT
· Why is it sometimes hard to believe that God is compassionate?
· How does Jesus exemplify God’s great compassion for us?
· Why does God choose to use us (the church) to provide for the poor?
· Why should you be worried if God were to eliminate evil in the world?
· How have you seen God take something bad and turn it into something good?