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Our Student Ministry Snapshot. What you see here is also found in our weekly church bulletin. The Youth Truth lists what study we are currently learning from, the next few upcoming events, how to get involved in supporting the student ministry, & a good clean joke to pass on to the next person you meet.

 

Sunday Afternoon 3-6 PM: Study - Demolishing Strongholds: Answers to Difficult Issues: Fact Or Fiction?
Scriptures Used: 2 Timothy 4:5a, 2 Timothy 1:7, 2 Timothy 4:1-4, John 3:12, Acts 17:11
Group Fun: Frisbee Forever
Individual Challenge: Frisbee Launch

Upcoming Events: 
July 25 (3-6PM): Sunday Youth Group
August 1 (3-6PM): Sunday Youth Group
August 3 (6-9PM): First Softball Game
August 8 (3-6PM): Sunday Youth Group
August 10 (6-9PM): Softball Game
August 14 (1-5PM): The Edge
August 15 (6-9PM): Leader Launch (First Priority Event hosted at First Baptist O’Fallon)
August 17 (6-9PM): Softball Game
August 22 (3-6PM): Sunday Youth Group
August 24 (6-9PM): Softball Game
August 29 (3-6PM): Sunday Youth Group

 

How To Help: 1: Pray for those attending Church camps. 2: Give a $25 donation to sponsor one of the students to help them go to The Edge. 3: First Priority is another student ministry that we partner with several times of the year. If you would like to make a pledge to this ministry (which helps spread the Word of God throughout local schools), please pick up one of the “Summer Pledge” forms toward the back of the sanctuary. You can find out more about First Priority at https://www.fp618.com/

SOFTBALL: Take me out to the ballgame...because...we have a softball team! Our games are going to be on Tuesday evenings starting at 6:30 at the O’Fallon Sports Park beginning on August 3rd. Come out & support us! Go Central!

Joke of the Day: A Sunday school teacher was asking her students some questions after a series of lessons on God's omnipotence. She asked, "Is there anything God can't do?" All was silent. Finally, one boy held up his hand. The teacher, on seeing this, was disappointed that they had missed the point of the lesson. She sighed and asked, "Well, what is it you think God can't do?" The boy replied, "He can't please everybody."