Out in the wide-open spaces, we’ll discover a colorful old town where all the excitement of the Wild West awaits! In SonWest, we’ll celebrate all the fun of being buckaroos—so grab a sarsaparilla and join in the jamboree! There’ll be food, games, music, crafts—and amazing true stories that point you and your kids to Jesus!
Ride with us under the deep blue skies. Feel the breezes rise through the shady purple canyons as we head out through this bright wilderness—we’re traveling down the trail through the Old Testament stories of Moses to discover God’s ultimate plan of salvation in Jesus, because “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever” (Hebrews 13:8).
So come on! Rustle up your kids and head on over to SonWest Roundup 2013 VBS July 22-26th, 12:45-4pm for a rip-roarin’ good time!
When you think of all that you can/should do to implement spiritual truths in your child along with all of the other things your family is doing, it is just plain overwhelming. So stop trying to do too much and start trying to find small ways that you can make a big difference in your child’s life.
“The goal is not to do everything, but to engage in doing something more.
If one dad who hasn’t been praying with his ten-year-old daughter starts praying with her…
If one family that rarely discusses spiritual issues starts talking about God at dinner, even occasionally…
If anything changes in the rhythm of the home to remind everyone that God is telling a story through their family…
If something that is taught at church is creatively reinforced at home…
…it is more impacting than any parent can imagine.”
Let’s start creating a rhythm today!
Quote taken from Parenting Beyond your Capacity by Reggie Joiner and Carey Nieuwhof
KW Midweek is the small group discipleship program for the children of Jamul Community Church that are 3 years old to 5th grade on Wednesday’s from 6:30-8pm.
The curriculum for the preschool – 1st grade children focuses on introducing them to a relationship with God as they get an overview of the Old Testament in the first two years and an overview of the New Testament in the next two years. The children learn about character traits as the Bible comes to life in class and at home with their parents. They will build lasting relationships with their peers and leaders as they meet each week. Ultimately, their eyes will be opened to the amazing, limitless love that God has to offer them.
The curriculum for the Grades 2 to 5 students will be an in-depth look at classes 101-401 that youth and adults take at JCC University. All students, regardless of age or grade, will begin in Children’s 101 as they recognize and reflect upon their relationship with Jesus. Children’s 201 challenges students to dig deeper in their faith through spiritual disciplines. Next, students will assess their own SHAPE and how God can use them to serve in ministry in Children’s 301. Finally, the curriculum will come full circle in Children’s 401 as the students are challenged to share Jesus through their testimonies, mission fair and mission trips.