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SuperHeRose Youth Ministry

9th to 12th Graders + College age

 

 
                                                                          

 

Welcome to a new year in our youth ministry at Advent.  This year we will not only be welcoming our High School Freshmen into the group but also will be expanding to College age students that have remained in the area.  We will be attending events at times that are age/grade specific, but we will not turn away any eligible youth or young adult that wants a place to socialize and to share our hero, Jesus Christ.

 

 

Looking for additional group leadership:

Do you have an interest in working with the High School youth of Advent?  If so, please consider joining an awesome group that is dedicated to serve our church, community, and Lord Jesus. Contact Pastor Steve at 440.710.4757 or pastorstevebond@aol.com if you have any questions or are interested. 

 

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Questions? Contact Beth Hamilton,  Sunday school Superintendant with questions: 440.974.7433 or  kbemail.net

 

Also see all the other youth events coming up!|

 

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1 Corinthians 4:14-15 –
Spiritual Parents
Daily Devotional Bible Verse
I do not write these things to make you ashamed, but to admonish you as my beloved children. For though you have countless guides in Christ, you do not have many fathers. For
I became your father in Christ Jesus through the gospel.
(1 Corinthians 4:14-15 ESV)

I was recently listening to sports talk radio and they were discussing the athletes who are gifted and talented that get into college/professional sports and do stupid things outside of the sport. They might get into fights, do drugs, or get in trouble with the wrong crowd. The sports talk host said that there is one thing that almost all of these athletes have in common. They don’t have a father figure or authority figure over them to sit them down and say, “You are embarrassing us and yourself. Stop this and start acting like the person you should be.”.

Just as those athletes need a father in their lives, so do we as Christians. Paul told the church in Corinth that he was their spiritual father. He was there to admonish them and help them to be the people God wanted them to be. Do you have someone in your life who can speak truth to you when you mess up? We aren’t talking about a pastor standing behind a pulpit preaching to you. We are talking about a person who knows what is really going on in your life. It can be difficult to open up to a person about your failures, and even more difficult to give them permission to correct you. Ask God to show you who you can give permission to do this for you in your life and humbly come before them asking for their guidance.

Who is your spiritual father/mother?

 

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