A Christ-centered, Bible-based, and Family-oriented church committed to God, each other, and our community.

Lads 2 Leaders

Lads 2 Leaders/Lasses 2 Leaderettes
Coordinators: Nathan Hubbard – (901)409-3990; Michael Shirley (901)359-3532

YEAR ROUND EVENTS

Providers Classes Scheduled:
Basic Painting
: Instructor – Martiniano Garcia         Class Information:  July 8, 15 and 22         9am to 12pm            Room 207

Event Name

2nd Language To promote and increase the ability of men and women to be able to communicate basic information and also to teach the gospel of Jesus Christ in a second language and/or sign language. All ages; Vicky Elkins – (901)268-2449

Bible Reading/Study To promote year-round, local Bible reading in front of various audiences and to promote Bible study. All ages; Chris Wilson – (901)484-2681

Bulletin Board Participants will decorate a bulletin board at their home congregation several times during the year. Bulletin boards located in classrooms, hallways or other locations inside the church building can be decorated for the congregation. All ages; Michelle Carey – (901)379-1571

Centurion of Scripture To encourage memorization of God’s Word. In Acts 10, a centurion commanded 100 soldiers. The Centurion of Scripture commands 100 Scriptures by memory. This is a local, year-round event where participants memorize scriptures. All ages; Stephen Marvin – (901)634-1957; Carren Marvin – (615)293-0680

GIFTS To foster a spirit of cooperation and fellowship among Christian teen girls, and to develop a spiritual relationship and dependence on one another for strength to overcome temptation and serve faithfully. To grow in the ability to lead and participate in ladies’ Bible classes. Girls – grades 6-12; Kathy Hubbard – (901)896-7405

Good Samaritan To reach out to others by going the extra mile. To teach the importance of showing people other than family the love of Jesus. This can be done by sending cards, visiting the sick and shut ins, conducting home Bible studies, performing service projects, etc. Being a Good Samaritan means going beyond our Christian living. All ages; Evelyn Williams – (901)491-4237

GUARDS To foster a spirit of cooperation and fellowship among Christian teen boys, and to develop a spiritual relationship and dependence on one another for strength to overcome temptation and serve faithfully. To grow in the ability to lead and participate in Bible classes and worship services. Boys – grades 6-12; Len Hubbard – (901)359-6165; Wesley Hubbard – (901)517-1512

Junior Leaders To instill basic leadership skills in young participants. Participants study Bible leaders and the leadership qualities that they had both good and bad. Participants will complete practical projects that will benefit the local congregation and community. Boys & Girls in grades K-5; Kathy Hubbard – (901)896-7405; Sarah Hubbard – (901)497-1544; Angela Milam – (901)326-9890

Keepers To foster practical homemaking skills. The name is taken from young women as described in Titus 2:4-5, particularly “keepers at home.” The program will provide experience in practical homemaking skills that will be valuable to all Christian girls and women including those who work, at any point, outside the home. Each event within the program will serve to encourage a specific skill that will help prepare girls for their most basic and Biblical place as adults; that is, their place in the home as wives and mothers. The program will use Proverbs 31, the virtuous woman, for the various categories of skills taught. Girls – grades 3-12; Participants may select up to 3 classes per year; Kathy Hubbard – (901)896-7405; Kelly Ward – (901)326-9763; Yvonne Welch (901)568-3772

Know the Books To teach the books of the Bible and their themes. All ages Stephen Marvin – (901)634-1957; Carren Marvin – (615)293-0680

Pearls To provide students with a deeper study into the Bible Bowl book selected for the convention year. Grades 3-12; Pattye Jackson – (901)351-5989; Brenda Amon – (901)491-2220

Providers To foster practical skills in typical areas of heading and maintaining a home and family. Each category within the event will serve to encourage a specific skill that will help prepare male participants for their most basic and Biblical place as adults; that is, leading their homes as husbands and fathers. The event will also provide experience in practical home maintenance skills that will be valuable to all Christian male participants.
Boys – grades 3-12; Peter Welch – (901)568-4092

Puppet Theatre An established team of puppeteers prepares and presents at least 10 presentations during the year as a teaching tool to reach out to the community. Examples include Vacation Bible School, children’s training classes, hospitals, mission trips, schools, etc. Grades 3-12; Wesley Hubbard – (901)517-1512

Scrapbook To serve as record of the activities and growth of students and groups. To provide a tool for recording the special achievements in the lives of the individual students and to document events and activities of the local church. Grades 3-12; TBA

Song Leading To prepare young men to be accomplished song leaders by encouraging them to lead songs at worship assemblies, Bible classes, devotional groups, or other appropriate audiences, such as civic clubs or schools. Boys through grade 12; Graham Carey – (901)832-1817

Songs of Praise To prepare young women to be accomplished song leaders by encouraging them to lead songs at Ladies’ Bible classes, ladies’ devotional groups, Ladies’ Day audiences, or other appropriate opportunities. Girls through grade 12; Michele Barker – (901)496-0746

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