I need some ideas to bring kids in to our church. we are looking for teens?

Question by nate: I need some ideas to bring kids in to our church. we are looking for teens?
I need some ideas to bring kids in to our church. we are looking for teens?
my dad is a pastor of a church and there are only about 4 kids in it. i need some ideas to draw more kids in. we are looking for teens mostly atm because the kids we do have are toddlers so we need some teens 😛

any ideas will be greatly appreciated!

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Answer by 19G30
In handcuffs.

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What happens at a church camp and what should I bring?

Question by Megan: What happens at a church camp and what should I bring?
Well, I was planning on going to church camp next summer:)
What is it like? What kind of activities do you get to do? Is it fun?:)
What should I bring? Thanks for your answers:)

ps. I will be going to a baptist church camp!

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Answer by npalmal, phd
i fell for my first girl at church camp. it was awesome. and i got saved. that was even better

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A list of things I should bring to Church Camp with me on Monday?

Question by : A list of things I should bring to Church Camp with me on Monday?
I am going to church camp on monday in pigeon forge about 2 hours away from my home. I am worried that I will forget something I have already made a check list but will someone help me by making a list for me so I know for sure..and yes i am a teen just real mature.

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Answer by Savannah R
I’m going to a church camp soon too! Idk exactly what kind of camp yours is, but here’s what I bring:
Bible, of course
Whatever clothing is appropriate for the weather
Sleeping bag
Pjs appropriate for the weather (I bring leggings to wear under sweatpants cuz it gets really cold at night where I go)
Bug spray
Hair ties (A LOT)
Bobby pins
Water bottle
Flip flops and tennis shoes
Swim suit
Water shoes
Razor and other shower essentials (towel!)
A bag to carry things to the bathroom in
Another towel for after swimming
iPod and headphones for the drive there and back
Makeup (tinted moisturizer and waterproof mascara)
Snacks (if you’re like me and my church girls, you’ll need chocolate) 🙂
Lots of socks
Face wash
Extra money (I bring $ 30 with me)
An open mind and heart so the Lord can work in you. God is great! 😀

I’m pretty sure I’m forgetting things, but this is what I came up with! 🙂
Hope it helped, have an awesome time at camp! 😀

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As Sisters in Zion / We’ll Bring the World His Truth

www.mormon.org This is such a beautiful song written by Jannice Kapp Perry and is famously known as the EFY Medley (EFY stands for “Especially For Youth”). after hearing it for what must be the 1000th time…It still has the same powerful effect on me as the 1st time I herd it. I really hope you enjoy this hymn as much as I do. Those who have listened to music understand well the impact it can have on the mind and spirit. Positive, uplifting music can bring feelings of happiness and peace. The hymns of the Church are a key part of worship and invite the Spirit of the Lord. They can be especially helpful in controlling one’s thoughts. In contrast, unwholesome, negative music can encourage inappropriate thoughts and behavior. As with other forms of media, Church members are encouraged to be careful in their choice of music.
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Bring Your Pews Back To New

Carrolls has been servicing the South Florida area for over 25 years in church interiors, sanctuary furniture, restoring wood pews, upholstering and reupholstering pews. We are committed to quality, rofessional work with great savings to the church. Most of our work can be carried out in the church or, if needed, in our premises in South Florida. We offer a free evaluation of your seating. We will come to the church, evaluate your pews and within a few days have a proposal for you. If the proposal is accepted, we will take a pew and restore to your requirements at no charge so that we may see exactly what you will be getting. Please call David at 954-561-0346 to take advantage of this offer!
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Rock Church Volunteers Bring Together San Diegans to Complete Nearly $10 Million* of Service

San Diego (PRWEB) January 22, 2010

On Saturday, January 23, 2010, Community leaders, professional athletes, and government officials will join Pastor Miles McPherson of the Rock Church in honoring over 2,500 San Diego residents for their completion of more than 600,000 hours of volunteer service in the San Diego community during 2009.

Amongst the volunteers being recognized are the “Rock Heroes.” Characterized by their outstanding dedication and sacrificial service, the Rock Heroes are nominated by and selected by the Rock pastors. The DO Something Celebration will highlight the efforts of the twelve Rock Heroes as well as the entire year of service volunteers completed by thousands of volunteers.

Rock Heroes are examples of the many volunteers at the Rock Church that are participating in the Rock’s DO Something volunteer campaign. This initiative encourages people to play an active role in the improvement of their community. The campaign has been a welcome response to the current economic crisis. The Rock surpassed its goal of 600,000 DO Something volunteer hours in 2009 with 615,956 hours, valued at .6 million*. 100,000 of the 600,000 hours were committed to work specifically targeting the City of San Diego, as identified by Mayor Jerry Sanders. This goal was completed as well, with 166,251 hours, valued at .6 million*.

Mayor Jerry Sanders shares, “I can’t thank you enough for your commitment to the San Diego community…The DO Something volunteer campaign is an outstanding way to encourage people to ‘give back’ and the City is grateful for the Rock’s committing 100,000 volunteer hours.”

The Rock Church’s DO Something campaign inspires people to make a difference in their communities by volunteering their time, talent, and treasure. Whether it’s mentoring youth, cleaning up community parks, or visiting convalescent homes, the community is feeling the impact of Rock volunteers.

In addition to honoring the volunteers and their accomplishments, Pastor Miles will reveal the Rock’s commitment for 2010. The Rock recognizes the effects of the economic crisis on San Diego and the imperative role volunteerism plays in alleviating the budget. While many are making cut-backs, the Rock will increase its volunteer commitment to the Mayor.

DO Something Celebration


Saturday, January 23, 2010

5:30 – 7 PM Dinner Reception

7 – 9 PM Awards Program

WHERE: Rock Church

Rosecrans and Womble

(2277 Rosecrans St., San Diego, CA 92106)

Media parking/check-in located at the west-end of the Rock Church, between the Rock and Explorer Elementary School.


Interview opportunity with Director of Protocol for Mayor Jerry Sanders, Lisa Gordon
Interview opportunity with San Diego Padres First Baseman, Adrian Gonzalez
Interview opportunity with Rock Church Senior Pastor and author of “DO Something: Make Your Life Count” Miles McPherson
Interview opportunities with Rock volunteers (Areas include: Addiction, Business, Cancer Care, Convalescent Home, Deaf, Disabilities, Domestic Violence, Eating Disorder, Foster Youth, Gang, Homeless, Human Trafficking, Inner-City Youth Tutoring, Military, Prison, Recycling, Work/Job and more)
Visuals of thousands of local residents celebrating completion of service goal.
Special guests include San Diego Chargers players, The Godkins, and professional skater, Preston Pollard.
Median wage calculated by O*Net®


The Rock is San Diego’s largest church and the 19th largest church in the nation according to Outreach Magazine’s 2009 “100 Largest and Fastest-Growing Churches in America” survey. It was started in 2000 by Pastor Miles McPherson, a former NFL player. Over 12,000 people attend the Rock’s five Sunday services.

For more information go to www.therocksandiego.org

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