...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 4/16/17 - 4/22/17
We have BA56 Wednesday Night on this Wednesday 4/19 from 7-9 pm! During the evening we will be attending the Fusion 30 Hour Famine Talent Show Fundraiser. Voting for the talents takes place by placing money in the jar or jars of the students or groups the tweens liked the best. The student or group of students with the most money wins. So if you would be willing to support the Fusion 30 Hour Famine Fundraiser please send along a few dollars for voting.
This week in BA56 Sunday morning...
On Sunday we discussed the ways in which Jesus’ miraculous resurrection confirmed the many claims he had made during his ministry. We also saw that Jesus’ resurrection breaks the chains of sin and death that hold us captive. Because Jesus rose again, we can believe that God will also raise those who follow him into everlasting relationship with himself. The scripture we studied was 1 Corinthians 15:12-22. Here are some ways you can join in the conversation….at some point this week consider asking your tween these questions:
Why do you think it’s important to know what Jesus actually said and did?
How should the truth of Jesus’ resurrection change the way we live our lives?
Since Jesus actually rose from the dead, everything else he said was true, too. The disciples thought this was so important that they dedicated their lives to telling others about Jesus. What are some ways we can spread the truths of what Jesus said and did?
SUNDAY RULESHolly Crawshaw
On Sundays when I was growing up, it didn’t matter if we were facing imminent danger or in the throes of a natural disaster, we were going to church. Literally, I can’t remember not hearing my mom’s alarm clock go off every Sunday morning at 8:00 am—because, of course, church was always preceded by a solid hour of Sunday School (bless those volunteers).
My parents could have had World War III with each other on Saturday night. I could have had the measles. My brother could have gotten kidnapped. There was never any question . . . IT WAS SUNDAY AND WE WERE GOING TO CHURCH. READ MORE...
On Sunday Mornings, please...