FAMILY MINISTRIES

 

Family Ministry at 4Cs means two things: strengthening your family at home and strengthening our church as a family.

 

 

 4Cs Family Fall Event!

For kids of all ages with parents or guardians.

Oct. 24th Pumpkin Patch Trip
Cottonwood Farm
10600 Isabelle Rd., Lafayette, CO
10:00 am, $5 per person
RSVP by Thursday, October 15
Brittany.Romine@4Cs.Church

Pumpkin patch, corn maze, hay bales maze, hayrides, farm animals, and more!  check it out at www.cottonwoodfarms.com  

Starting at Home, Part 3: Prayer

Time to Pray

There’s never been a better time to build your prayer life and help your kids do the same.  Do you feel uncertain of how to pray? Scared to pray out loud?  Here’s good news: prayer is simple, easy, and God is ready to listen and connect with you.  Check this out:

I love the Lord because he hears my voice
and my prayer for mercy.
 Because he bends down to listen,
I will pray as long as I have breath! 
Psalm 116:1-2 read more…

Starting at Home Part 2: Becoming Bible Readers

Nurture a Habit of Reading God’s Word

So we’re staying home in an unprecedented experience in our lives.  While we pray and do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and care for neighbors in need, I hope this will be a season of your family growing stronger together and in your faith. Last week, I shared about telling stories as a way to build relationships and faith.  This week, let’s think about one of the best possible investments of our time: reading scripture. read more…

Starting At Home: Using Extra Time at Home to Grow with Family and God

Part 1: STORIES

By Scott Parr, Pastor of Family & Mission, Christ Community Covenant Church

I love stories.  I love it when, at a gathering of friends or family, someone tells a good story — and then others chime in with “that makes me think of the time when…”  Before I discovered the power of coffee, I used to fall asleep listening to sermons at church…a lot.  Even though I love God, scripture, and good theology, if I were tired enough, I’d lose focus listening to the sermon. Until the pastor said, “Once upon a time…”  Something about stories captures our attention and sticks in our memories like nothing else.  Children’s brains aren’t wired for abstract thought, but they learn powerfully through stories. In my 17 years in youth ministry, I noticed a marked difference in the teenagers who had grown up listening to their parents’ stories – especially stories of faith, struggle, and trusting God with difficult situations. read more…

Raise money while you shop!  Online or in the store!  Use this e-gift card program and bank $$ toward 4Cs events, trips, retreats, or just to add to your 4Cs general giving through your everyday shopping. Click on ShopWithScrip button above to read more about the program and to enroll.

NAOMI Mission Trip :

Note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are postponing this trip.  We may still try to take a small group to help – watch for updates!   


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Save the Date: 

Family Camp 2020!  September 5-7

Something different is in the works!  We’ll be closer, cheaper, and more flexible this year.  Stay tuned!