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Young Adults

Young Adult Conference

WHEN: Saturday, November 18; 9am - 9pm
WHERE: FBC Fireside Room
COST: $35 - includes meals, and SWAG
BRING: Bible (or Bible app), pen (notebook will be provided), and $2 for a morning latte from Sacred Grounds (optional)

Each person will receive a BOOK GIVEAWAY of their choice, with the option to purchase additional titles below retail value!

As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.

Proverbs 27:17

Upcoming YAM Events

SATURDAY, Nov 18 - All-Day Conference (more details coming)
SAT-SUN, Dec 2-3 - Tentative Snow Camp
SATURDAY, Dec 9 - Winter Ball at Northshore Church
FRIDAY, Dec 15 - Christmas party!
FEB 16-18 - Winter Retreat
In our last study, we looked at the attributes of God. As we see the Lord more clearly and grow in love for Him, our lives should look different. This year we will consider how to grow in maturity as believers together - encouraging each other, bearing each other’s burdens, and spurring one another on toward love and good works. Our theme for the coming months is:

In light of who God is, how then should we live?

Bruce Stabbert will do most of the teaching, taking us through a progression of topics that are the building blocks of maturity. He will have a short biblical/theological section followed by a practical application assignment. Some weeks, instead of a teaching time, we will invite some FBC members to come share their testimonies. We will also have some additional speakers teach on specific topics related to the themes Bruce is covering.

The teaching time will be short. Bite-sized, but with depth, as we know people are often tired at the end of a long work week. Following the teaching time, we will divide into small groups for discussion, application and prayer. These small groups will be randomly divided and will stay the same for about 3 months before shuffling.

Purposes for the small groups:
·     Because you meet with the same people each week you can follow up on prayer requests, providing accountability and support
·     New people will have a place to belong right off the bat
·     Because they are randomly assigned you will get to know people you don’t normally spend time with (this will offset the cliques that naturally form)
·     Shuffling the groups every 3 months will broaden the number of people you get to know and will deepen relationships throughout the whole group.

“Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful.  And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another.”
- Hebrews 10:23-25a

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