Hello again parents, we pray that your family is doing great as we near this special time of year! This week was our second of the series, “Christmas unwrapped.” This week we are looking at the tradition of giving gifts on Christmas. Tonight we pointed out how Jesus is such a precious gift to us […]Read More
Category: High School Ministry
Last week in my blog, we discussed the difference between discipline and punishment. As we discovered God wants us to discipline our kids, I listed several key ingredients to effective discipline. Last night during our student services, we expanded on these thoughts in a parent breakout session. From that discussion I wanted to post a […]Read More
All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had said through the prophet: “The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel”—which means, “God with us.” Matthew 1:22-23 One of my favorite things to celebrate during the Christmas season is the concept of “Immanuel”. […]Read More
Thank you so much parents for taking an active role in the spiritual life of your student! This is a busy time of year and you taking time not only to get them to church but to invest your time in learning what they are learning shows them how important their walk with God is. […]Read More
Have you ever noticed how two words that seem to be very close in meaning can actually mean two totally separate things? Two words where this is true is with punishment and discipline. Too often people make the faulty assumption that these two terms mean the same things, when in reality they are very different. […]Read More
December is upon us, and I’m sure you are excited about the upcoming Christmas season! As we near the close of 2012, our desire at fpStudents is as strong as ever to partner with you as you lead the next generation in following Christ. In 2013 we’ll be rolling out some BRAND NEW “Parent Experiences” […]Read More
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