Today, Ash Wednesday,
February 26
No Evening Programming

MKids will not have programming on Ash Wednesday. However, for families attending the 6:30PM service, nursery will be available for children age 3 and under. Nursery opens at 6:15.
All children 4 years old through 5th grade are invited to join their family for the service.
Sunday Morning RESCHEDULED Class: 
HOW TO TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT...

**SUNDAY, MARCH 1st | 10:45 AM | CHAPEL

DIGITAL DANGERS | Jason Johnston | Jason is training parents to prevent the next generation of spiritual leaders from growing up addicted to digital dangers. 
Spring Forward In Your PJs
Sunday, March 8
Wear your favorite PJs to MKids programming at 9:00 or 10:45AM.
 
Zone Worship Songs
 You can listen to and download songs on Apple Music or Spotify
Orange and Yellow Zone
“Follow You”
“Step, Slide, Clap”
“Good Always”
VBS 2020 Save the Date!
June 15-19
What We Learned On Sunday
Week 4: MARK 14:1-9
A Woman Pours Perfume on Jesus at Bethany
Life App: Love
CHOOSING TO TREAT OTHERS THE WAY YOU WANT TO BE TREATED
Remember This:
"Here is what love is. It is not that we loved God.
It is that He loved us and sent His Son to give His life to pay for our sins."
1 JOHN 4:10, NIRV
Say This:
Love God with everything you've got.
Do This: Drive Time
Ask your child, "What is a way we can show God love in this car right now?" Some ideas could be, listening to a worship song, paying for someone's meal behind you or praying as a family. Pick an idea and do it!
LOVE ON DISPLAY
By Sarah Anderson
Growing up, I had one of those old blue rectangular Kodak cameras with the orange “point and shoot” button. It came everywhere with me—including a trip my family took to Disney World. While there, I captured an image I still have a copy of. As we exited the park, I watched as my parents—oblivious to our watching— took each other’s hands. At eleven years old, even I understood—I was witnessing magic. That was worth capturing. So, I snapped a picture. Two actually.
It may sound unremarkable. A small display of affection that caught a kid’s attention.But I think what I tried to memorialize represented more than a husband and wife stealing moments of warmth under their children’s watch. To me, it was a stabilizer. It was a security. It was a chance to exhale a sigh of relief. “There is something right in the world,” it told me. Love was on display . . .

Available for IOS and Android Devices 
THE PARENT CUE APP HELPS EVERY PARENT DO SOMETHING EACH WEEK TO HELP MOVE THEIR CHILD TOWARD A DEEPER FAITH AND A BETTER FUTURE.