February 12, 2020
This Sunday in Crossroads Kids

The Servant Girl (2 Kings 5:1-19)

This Sunday our Bible story tells us about an unnamed young servant girl who shows leadership qualities.

Bring your children at 10am to worship with us!

Every Sunday morning a group of dedicated and loving volunteers gather to teach the children about God's unconditional love and the unlimited welcome of Jesus. 

We would love to add to our team of volunteers!

Please email  Jill Wiggins  with any questions or sign up  here !

52 Ways Kids Like to Receive a Blessing
Each week we will share a way kids like to receive a blessing. This is taken from the Crossroads Family Blessing handout.

As a family, we often read and discuss a favorite book and what we learned together.
What's Happening
Family Love in Action Valentines Retreat

This Saturday, February 15, 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM

This inter-generational retreat will help everyone in the family learn and participate in ways to experience God's unconditional love, wisdom and forgiveness. We will discover the true meaning of Valentine's Day to apply in our family all year long!

The whole family is invited to join us at Blueridge Summit Retreat (Dave and Cathy's House).

Click here to RSVP or email Jill Wiggins to register.
Vacation Serve Camp (formerly VBS)

June 15-19, 2020 9 AM - Noon

Kindergarten thru 5th grade, camper online registration opens March 16.

Volunteer (teen and adults) online registration opens February 24.

Mark your calendars and watch our website for upcoming registration links,or email Jill Wiggins for more information.
Jill's Family Resources
Raising Kids into Leaders

This month, the Bible stories used in teachings for Crossroads Kids on Sunday morning all discuss great leaders and their common characteristics. Some of the qualities include being honest, brave, and patient. As a parent it is difficult to know if we are doing the right things to encourage our children to learn behaviors that can build them up as a leader. This article discusses common parenting pitfalls that we may think are protecting our children, but might instead hold them back from their potential. I really appreciate the list of 10 things that we can do to help grow our children into leaders, at the end of the article entitled "Here's a start."
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