...because they are never too old to need you.
BreakAway 56 is where we partner with you, the family, to lead your student into a growing and life-giving relationship with Jesus Christ. It is our desire to partner with you as we journey through life with your student. Along the way, we aim to follow the Bible's plan for the family (Deuteronomy 6:4-9).
Update 5/21/17 - 5/27/17
We have a special “5th Wednesday” BA56 Wednesday Night on Wednesday 5/31 from 7-9 pm! Hope to see your tweens then! (That is a lot of Wednesdays in a sentence!!)
Mark your calendars for Move Up Wednesday and Parent Dinner Night on 6/7 at 6 pm. All parents and tweens are invited to attend the dinner. For the Move Up part of the night we will be promoting our current 4th graders in BA56 and our current 6th grades into Fusion. You don’t want to miss it. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
This week in BA56…
Week 4: Supernatural GodBible Passages: Acts 3:1-10; Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 16:17-18; 1 Corinthians 12:9-10Bottom Line: The same power that raised Jesus from the dead now lives in us. God uses people to perform His wonders today.What’s That to Me? The same power that raised Jesus from the grave lives in me. That means I can pray that God would use His supernatural power to do a miracle in others who need Him.
LESSON OVERVIEWThe book of Acts has incredible significance in the life of a Christian today. The goal of this series to give preteens a sense of wonder and anticipation through the stories this book contains and to give them an understanding of how the events in Acts connect to them today. Each week will contain a short video clip of one of the events in Acts to help highlight some of those not covered in the lessons and to help build anticipation.
Lesson four will look at the miracles God did though the apostles. Preteens will learn that just like the apostles, the same power that raised Jesus from the dead lives in them. They can pray for the miraculous
A PLACE TO FAILBy Brooklyn Lindsey
Ninety percent of parenting is mental, the other half is physical. In other words, it takes all of you and a little more. Parenting is no joke and lends itself to forming humans who can eventually wake up on their own, bathe themselves, sort out tasks for the day, and speak without grunts, groans, or whining. At least, that’s the hope. Right?
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