Mark BurrowsHello Families.

We had a great service yesterday kicking off our theme for the month – I’m Sorry.

Below is some helpful information for those of you who like to keep the conversation going at home.

Memory Verse: James 5:16 – Therefore confess your sins to one another,
and pray for one another, so that you may be healed.

Bible Story: The Parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-32)
One of the all-time classics. The prodigal son returns home and apologizes to his father for what he has said and done. The father is very forgiving. What a great model!
I worry that we’re becoming a society so deathly afraid of admitting we’ve messed up, that we’ll do just about anything to get out of saying two of the most powerful healing words in the English language – I’m sorry.

Holy Conversation: When was a time you really messed up, and said you were sorry? How did that make you feel? How did that make the other person feel? Have you ever been afraid that you wouldn’t be forgiven, even if you said “I’m sorry”? Whenever you do something wrong, even on purpose, a very important thing you can do is tell God you’re sorry.

Have a wonderful week!


Vacation Bible School: July 11 – 15 

Mission Day Camp: June 13 – 17


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