Friday, June 20, 2014

Soccer Camp Sunday

For many of us, busyness makes the quest for balance in life challenging. Our busy routine can easily become a daily grind. But what if God became a part of our daily routine? Is that even possible?

That’s what we’ll be very practically exploring together this Sunday as we wrap up our series Modern Family. Join us in person or online! And if you haven’t had a chance yet, go ahead and check out the resources from the first couple messages in this series from our sermon series page.

Team Issachar - That's me in the back, tall goofy guy with the funny hat
Soccer Camp Sunday - This Sunday will also be special because it’s our soccer camp Sunday—which means the kids from soccer camp are all being invited to come and sing their soccer camp song, Christ Arose. Hopefully we’ll have a whole host of guests to welcome to church on Sunday!

By the way, soccer camp has been going very well this week despite the rain. We did have to cancel camp on Wednesday. Otherwise it’s been ok and the weather or soggy fields hasn’t done anything to dampen the fun we’ve all been having out there. The kids have been great and we have a top notch group of coaches and helpers. I particularly had fun getting to cross the Red Sea while being sprayed with water during our Bible story time on Tuesday.

"God is always with us...so TRUST GOD!"
I’m looking forward to the final day of camp today and the cookout afterwards which is always a lot of fun.  Thanks everyone for all your prayers and help to make our 7th soccer Bible successful!

You can check out pictures from this week's camp on our church Facebook page.

4th of July Parade:  Please join us for the Franklin 4th of July Parade on Friday, July 4th. This is a great outreach opportunity for Victory of the Lamb, and we can't do it without YOU!

The float will start on the east side of Loomis Road near the post office. (We will have a specific float number for you prior to the parade.) The VotL band will already be set up there practicing. This is where you will want to meet us by 10:30. Feel free to bring patriotic decorations to deck out your kids' bikes and strollers.

During the parade, we'll share postcards, candy, and smiles with those people sitting along the parade route. The parade ends on the north side of Lions Legend Park, just down from the fire station.

If you are able to donate candy (individually wrapped, non-chocolate), please email Sammi Goodger or just bring it to church on Sunday. We'll have a bin here to collect it.

Last week’s sermon resources are archived here on our church website.

Sharing Christ’s Victory,

Pastor Ben

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