Do you know why we are focusing on football in our January sermon series? Certainly if you're a Kansas City Chiefs fan, you're caught up in the excitement of the playoffs. So are we just jumping on the hype? Of course we are! Because talking about football in church might be just the thing to bring someone to church – where they can hear about Jesus.
As Pastor Adam noted in his message last weekend: To win at sports, you can’t phone it in. It requires effort, self-discipline and sacrifice. The same thing is true in every part of our lives – relationships, jobs, school, our health... and especially our faith. So jump on the football bandwagon and make the effort to invite someone to worship with us this weekend!
This weekend in worship... Pastor Adam continues our series on Lessons from Football for the Game of Life. We'll focus on teamwork and the power of the crowd.
If you missed last weekend's message, you can listen here.
Wednesday Family Night kicks off TONIGHT with former Chiefs Trent Green, Kevin Lockett, Jon McGraw and Shawn Barber! Join us tonight at 6:15 in the Foundry. Pancake dinner starts at 5:30 – free for children up to 5th grade, $5/person.
Feb. 8/9, Leawood Campus. Let's get "Fearless" with special guest speakers Kate Bowler and Hillary McBride and worship leader Jasmine Murray. Check out this video for more info and then register online or at the IFL table in Bldg. A.
Flourish Furnishings is looking for some "muscle" to assist with our furniture pick-ups! We need drivers and helpers. Perfect for small groups or families with teens. Email Michelle VanPelt for more information.
Mission Engagement Team Volunteers Needed – Serve once a month during one of several worship times to help people discover ways to get involved in Local Impact and Global Impact Ministries. Email Karie Kneller for more information.
Thursday Care Night begins a new session Jan. 10.
Holy Yoga meets Thursdays, Jan. 17 – Feb. 7, 6:30 pm, rm. B206. Certified instructor Kara Friel leads a relaxing, deep stretch class open to all levels.
Live Well Depression and Anxiety Support – Thursdays, Jan. 10 – Feb. 28, 6:30 pm. This 8-week course is for individuals with chronic depression or anxiety. Class size is limited and registration is required. Classes include:
Mid-Life Divorce for Women - Thursdays, Jan. 24 – March 28, 6:30 pm, rm. B214. Learn practical strategies for getting past regret, bitterness, anger, sadness or fear of divorce. $85 for class materials. Registration required.
Experts in Recovery Panel - Thursday, Jan 24, 6:30 pm, Wesley Covenant Chapel. We'll unpack substance abuse and how addiction impacts the user and their families and friends. Dr. David M. Willey, the keynote speaker, is joined by a panel of individuals affected by addiction.
Resurrection Art Guild – Gather together with other artists to learn, share and create art with presenting artist Cheryl Moran, Saturday, Jan. 19, 9-11:30 am, Bldg. A Parlor.
This new support group for individuals with mild stage Alzheimer’s or other dementia to discuss challenges and tips. First meeting is Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2-3 pm, rm. B146. Contact Michelle Niedens at 913-945-7310 for a required pre-attendance conversation.
It’s all about relationships! Thursday, Jan. 24, 6:30-8 pm, rm. B253, with HEARTland Positive Dog Training Alliance trainers, Kay Lampe and Skip Daiger. Learn what your dog expects of you, how to translate "human" to "canine," and skills to help you form a strong and positive relationship with your dog.
Join Allies for Racial Justice at the Kauffman Center for the Storling Dance Theater's production of "Underground,"Saturday, Feb. 2, 1:30 pm. This powerful show is based on true stories from the Underground Railroad, bringing thousands of people together around the reality that we are all created in the image of God. Use code UG19GUBOD for 20% off your ticket.
KiDSCOR Early Learning Program enrollment for the 2019-20 preschool year starts Jan. 17 for ages 18 months – 5 years. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 am – 1 pm. Email Holly Fohlmeister for more information.
rezlife Student Ministry Mission Trips offer youth the opportunity to make a difference by serving others in Denver, Dallas, Appalachia, Honduras and right here in Kansas City. Registration is now open for all summer mission trips and summer camps!
New Scouts BSA Troop for girls– Resurrection is forming a Scouts BSA Troop for girls ages 11-17 starting in February. Learn more at an informational meeting on Monday, Jan. 14, 7 pm in rm. B200. For more information, email Dave Timpe.
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