Happy October! We’re kicking off this month with a brand new series. And it’s all about sharing.
Here’s a few things coming up in our ministry . . .

ADD THE DATE: Parent and Small Group Leader Breakfast
This month, we’re creating an opportunity for you to connect with the parents of the students in your small group so you can better love, lead, and influence teenagers together. Don’t miss it! Get all the details on our website.

ADD THE DATE: Volunteer Meeting
Now that the school year is off to a great start, it’s time to learn and grow together at our very first volunteer meeting of the year! We hope to see you there as we learn about ADD THE TOPIC together.

ADD THE DATE: The Click, Grab, and Get Hunt 
This November, we’re hosting a  night packed with scavenger hunting, prize giveaways, and fun. Let us know if you’ll be there!

WEEK 1 BIG IDEA: Share what you have because you have more than enough.

When you were a kid, you probably had to be reminded to share some things. Your toys. Your cookies. Your video games. But learning to share isn’t just for kids. Jesus had to remind His followers to share a few things, too. In this 4-week series, we’ll explore passages from the Gospels and the Book of Acts through the lens of community. Each week, we’ll look at one passage about Jesus and one story about how some of His first followers put His teachings into practice in the days of the early Church. As we do, you’ll help your students learn to better love and care for each other by sharing what they have: their stuff, their ideas, their lives, and their stories.


Are you still not sure how Snapchat works? Has your teenager been saying words you can’t quite define? Do you want to know the scoop on that new movie your kid is begging you to see? Check out the Culture Translator Podcast from our friends at Axis Ideas. It’s designed with parents of teenagers in mind! You can even sign up for their weekly Culture Translator emails
Halloween may be October’s claim to fame, but did you know it’s also the month NAME and NAME were born? Tell them happy birthday!
We consider our small group leaders to be the best link we have between our church and your family. So here’s a question: If you’re a small group leader, how many parents have you connected with this year?