Thursday, August 23, 2018

Welcome Back to Impact!!!

Parents & Students,

Welcome back to Impact!  It was great to see so many familiar faces back, as well several new faces in the crowd.  We had our first Night of Worship, which included Play, Pizza, Popsicles...and my favorite, Worship in song.  Night's of Worship will happen every 1-2 months.  A regular night at Impact begins with games outside (weather permitting), then we head inside for worship lead by a group of 4/5 graders, have a bible lesson from the Gospel Project for Kids curriculum, and then break out into small groups to discuss the lesson.  Our focus is establishing a good foundation of the gospel in the kids.  We build relationships, keep it gospel-centerred, and have FUN while doing it.

Enjoy some of the great photos taken by Jason Carney from last night!!!  We look forward to seeing everyone back next Wednesday as we look into the life of Paul.

Philippians 1:20-21
"as it is my eager expectation and hope that I will not be at all ashamed, but that with full courage now as always Christ will be honored in my body, wether by life or by death.  For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain."(bible memory verse)



























Monday, August 6, 2018

BIG changes for Wednesday Nights!!!

IMPACT is Back !!!

First night back...Wednesday August 22nd



TIME CHANGE:  Wednesdays @ 6:00-7:15 PM
Ages:  Kinder-5th grade (*no 6th grade)

****6th-8th Graders will be starting a MIDDLE SCHOOL night 
with Price Ferrell, our youth Pastor.  It's going to be an awesome addition to our Wednesday nights.  Price does a great job of keeping it Gospel Centered, Relational, and always FUN!!!
Same time as Impact 6:00-7:15pm.

Monday, June 11, 2018

Mega Sports Camp Sign-Ups!!!

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Mega Sports Camp 2018
Register Online NOW right HERE...



When:  June 26th-28th(tues.-thurs)
Where: Grace Bible Church
Time: 5-8 pm (dinner is served)
Ages: completed PK4-6th grade

 **Walk-up Registration/Kick-off Night-Monday 25th
(Bring the whole family...Hot Dogs, Sno-Cones, Water Slides, and FUN!!!)
Time: 6:00-7:30

John 4:14 
…”but whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never be thirsty again. The water that I will give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life."

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Monday, May 21, 2018

LAST Night of Impact is THIS Wednesday!!! (May 23rd)


Last Night of Impact!!!
this Wednesday (May 23rd)

Pizza, Games, & Worship

Time: 6:30-7:45pm
Ages: K-6th


Happy SUMMER!!!

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Paul's 3rd Journey & Fun games in the sun!

Reminder:  Last Night of IMPACT--May 23rd (Pizza Night)


Paul’s Third Journey

Dear Parents,

Paul’s third missionary journey was unlike his first two because he didn’t set out to plant churches. Instead, his mission was to encourage and strengthen existing churches. Paul wrote letters to the churches, but he knew some guidance was best given in person. 

Paul’s journey began when he traveled to the city of Corinth. To make a living, Paul was a tentmaker. Paul became friends with two other tentmakers in Corinth: a man named Aquila and his wife, Priscilla. In his business dealings, Paul was able to share the gospel with many people. The church in Corinth grew.

Paul took Aquila and Priscilla with him to Ephesus. Ephesus was a thriving city in the Roman Empire. Aquila and Priscilla stayed in Ephesus while Paul traveled to other churches and encouraged the believers. While Paul traveled, Aquila and Priscilla interacted with a Jewish believer named Apollos. Apollos was a leader in the early church, and Aquila and Priscilla helped him better understand about Jesus and the Scriptures. Apollos went on to greatly help other believers by showing through Scripture that Jesus is the Messiah.

The Holy Spirit led Paul to go to Jerusalem. This wasn’t an easy call to obey. The Spirit revealed to Paul that imprisonment and suffering awaited in Jerusalem. (See Acts 20:23.) Hadn’t Paul done enough? He had spent years preaching the gospel, and many people believed. Wasn’t now a good time for Paul to retire comfortably on a beach somewhere? 

But Paul did not cling to his own life. God helped Paul preach with courage even when he was in danger. Paul boarded the ship to Jerusalem, uncertain of the future but certain of the goodness and grace of the Lord Jesus.

As Paul traveled on his third missionary journey, he used every opportunity to tell people the good news about Jesus and to help the church. Paul was dedicated to Jesus, who called him to do the work of sharing the gospel.