RYG NEWS (01.10.17)


Monday: You Are No Accident (Genesis 1:27)
Tuesday: The CEO of All Creation (Colossians 1:15-17)
Wednesday: Seeing an Invisible God (Romans 1:20)
Thursday: From Very Good to Only Evil (2 Peter 3:4-7)
Friday: A New Creation (2 Corinthians 5:17)


January 17
TNT (@7pm)
January 21
Banana Box Project
January 22
January 29
Young Men Lead Service
January 29
Winter Kickoff
February 11
Senior Citizens Appreciation Banquet (10am)

February 24-26
Challenge Youth Conference (Pigeon Forge, TN)


TNT @ The Thompson's: There will be a TNT next Tuesday (Jan. 17) at Andrew and Joy's home. We will use this time to discuss our ministry, where we want to go, etc., as well as, other youth related items. We want to hear from the students, so make plans to attend!

BANANA BOX PROJECT: Please bring any clothing you would like to donate by Wednesday, January 18. On Saturday, January 21 at 9am we will come together to place clothing items in boxes to be sent to Africa through Partners 4 Africa

EXALT, JR. (5th Grade and Down): We will meet in the auditorium at 4:15pm to sing together and give opportunity for our younger guys to lead singing, as well. 

WINTER KICKOFF: Mark your calendars for Sunday, January 29. The RYG will be having a Winter Kickoff to discuss everything that will be happening during the spring semester. We will have a meal together. We ask the each family pay $5 to help cover the cost of the meat for dinner, bring a side item, and RSVP online. 

CHALLENGE YOUTH CONFERENCE: If you have not paid for CYC, please do so ASAP. $75 per person or $150 per family. 


  • Pray for each other daily.
  • No one goes unnoticed or sits alone
  • Welcome everyone – call them by name
  • Welcome Visitors
  • Invite people to sit with the group during worship
  • Mentor new members
  • Share extra-curricular calendar with the group
  • Support one another
    • Show up to extra-curricular events 
    • Make posters for games
    • Celebrate Accomplishments
    • Celebrate Birthdays
  • Reach out to missing members
  • Notice when someone needs encouragement
  • Keep up with important issues kids are facing