Upcoming Fall Church Campaign

Upcoming Fall Church Campaign

Upcoming Fall Church Campaign

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Our upcoming fall campaign is going to be something you don’t want to miss.  It’s called Live Like You Were Dying.  It’s based on the Grammy Award winning country song performed by Tim McGraw.  God has given us a wonderful gift called life, and he wants us to make the most of the opportunity to live each and every day.

The campaign will last 5 weeks beginning Sunday, September 14th continuing through Sunday, October 12th.  Each week deals with a major theme that will be communicated and reinforced through the Sunday messages, small groups, weekend worship, daily devotionals, and Bible memory.  This will be a life changing experience that we’ll all walk through together as a church family.

To really make the campaign work we need small group hosts.  What does it take to be a host?  Do you need to be a Bible scholar?  No.  Do you need to have a lot of fancy food prepared every week?  Nope.  Do you need to be married?  No.  Do you need to be a member of Victory’s Crossing Church to be a host for this campaign?  Nope.

To be a host is very simple.  All you have to have is a heart for people, and a DVD player!  Each small group lesson will begin by a segment of Bible teaching pre-recorded on DVD.  We do ask the you attend a one hour small group host orientation meeting on Sunday, September 7th after the morning worship.

How can you draw people to your small group?  By inviting the people you already know.  We each have a circle of influence, people we’re connected with – friends, family members, co-workers, neighbors, coaches, and other parents that come to our kid’s sporting events.  Invite a few from each group and you’ll be sure to have a good turn out.  But, even groups as small as 4 and 5 are some of the bests groups because of the freedom and time to share.

Keep our fall campaign in your prayers, and write those dates down on your calendar.  Also, would you consider being a host?

 

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