Youth Activities from Heather
Jesus Walks On Water

Bible Story: Matthew 14: 22-33

Sometimes it can be hard to really trust another person! We may think we trust him/her or even say we trust him/her, but until it’s put to the test we don’t really know.
Another term for trusting someone is having faith in that person. In our Bible story today, we’ll see how one of Jesus’ disciples “stepped out” in faith!

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Dear Jesus, when life gets rough, teach me to be confident that you are in control. Help me to trust your ways and to know that you only want the best for me. Jesus help me trust you now and forever, Amen
Music For Everyone to Enjoy

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Lifetree Kids 

One Love Friends

Dave Booth
Object Lesson On Faith
Are you brave enough to step out of your boat, onto the surface of a stormy sea, and trust that Jesus will enable you to not only stand, but also to walk, on water? Today I want to share an object lesson on faith with you, inspired by Peter's courage, faith, and spontaneity.
Memory Verse 
Proverbs 3:5 – "Trust in the Lord with all your heart."
Wood Disc Donations
We are still accepting wood discs for upcoming youth projects. If you have some wood and can cut them into 2 - 2 1/2" discs we would greatly appreciate that.
August Birthday Celebrations
We want to wish Fabrice a very special birthday as he turns 1 on August 26th!

Do you have a birthday this Month? Let us know so we can celebrate YOU!

Vacation Alert
Heather is away from August 17-31. If you have any inquiries in her absence please contact Marie Sitler
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