2013-10-30 OneEightyOne Update


On behalf of Pam Scott and myself, I want to thank each of you who helped out this past weekend at our Fall Family Festival.  It was a fun time connecting with families from our community!
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Radical PP Toolbox 3Sunday School: This past week we began the church-wide study, “Radical”.
  • Lesson 4: the Great Why of God (Psalm 67:71).
  • Our main points were:
    1. We seek God’s blessing in order to make Him known among the nations (Psalm 67:1-2).
    2. We seek God’s blessing in order to make Him known among the nations (Psalm 67:1-2).
    3. As people worship and fear God, we experience the blessing of God (Psalm 67:6-7).
  • Our memory verse is Psalm 67:7.

Bulls EyeWednesday Youth Group: We’re currently in the mini-series: “Bulls Eye – A Narrowed Focus on Christ”. We will zero in on how we can make Christ the central focus of our lives.

Lesson 4 of 4 – “Known By Our Fruit” We learned that Jesus will evaluate the evidence of spiritual fruit in our lives and will do whatever it takes to cause us to produce fruit.

Memory Verse: John 15:5

Follow-Up Discussion: (use these to talk with your teen about what they’re learning)

  1. What are some character qualities that you are most know for?
  2. If God evaluated how you are abiding in Him, what would He say?
  3. What can you do this week to abide in Him better this week?


2012-11-04 Cans for Good 020Cans for Good – October 31: Instead of collecting Halloween candy, we’re collecting nonperishable food items for local food pantries and our community Thanksgiving dinner. It’s simple: pass out flyers (available in the youth center) to your neighbors, letting them know about this fantastic opportunity to help the needy. Then on October 31, simply go back through your neighborhood and collect as many nonperishable food items as you can. Finally, bring them back to the youth center from 8-10 pm. Prizes will be awarded to the best collectors!

SLAM Team Retreat – November 1-2: Our Student Leadership and Ministry Team will get away to Stony Glen on November 1–2. We will spend time bonding, team building, studying Scripture, and making memories. The cost for this retreat is $35. Sign up at www.oneeightyone.org.

Christian College Tour – November 13-15: Upperclassmen, here’s your chance to check out 5 Christian colleges and universities. We’re leaving right after school on Wednesday, November 13 and returning late on Friday, November 15. We’re visiting Malone UniversityGrove City College, Mount Vernon Nazarene UniversityCedarville University, and Ashland University. The cost for this trip is only $50. Check out www.oneeightyone.org for more information.

  • This is a high-energy night of extreme fun. We’ll begin with a Cleveland Monster’s hockey game, followed by an intense youth rally with games and activities on the ice, raffles, and prizes. We’ll spend the rest of the night with a pizza party, hours of bowling, and hours of games and inflatables at CSU’s athletic center. The highlight of the evening is a powerful Gospel presentation following the hockey game. Invite your friends!
  • We’re meeting @ PHBC at 5:30 pm on Friday, November 8, and returning to PHBC at 5:30 am on Saturday, November 9.Tickets are available for $44.  Make sure you signup and get the required forms from the Youth Center or from www.oneeightyone.org.

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