The Greatest Story Ever Told

Christmas play 2018


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November Chapel

Chapel Blog for November, 2018

Theme: JAM SESSION – Build a Better Beat

COOPERATION-   Working together to do more than you can do alone.

November chapel


Key Verse: Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do.” – Ecclesiastes 4:9

God created us to work together in community. Throughout the Bible, we see how God brought people together to accomplish something big for Him. When we work together, we reflect what Jesus envisioned for His followers. Our love for one another can point people to God.

November 6
Bible Story: Building the Tabernacle – Exodus 28:1, 35:21, 25, 34, and 39:42-43

 Bottom Line: God wants us to work together.

*Operation Christmas Child boxes are due!


November 13

 4th Grade students show cooperation by working together to present their Veteran’s Day Program (1:30 p.m. in the Gym) – Family and friends are welcome to attend!


November 20



November 27

 Kindergarten students show cooperation by working together to present their Christmas Program

(9:00 a.m. in the Gym) – Kindergarten students will perform this same program on Thursday, Nov. 29 for family and friends.



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Chapel for October

Chapel Blog for October, 2018

Theme: More or Less – The Choice is Yours

Contentment:  Deciding to be okay with what you have


October blog chapel


Key Verse:  “Then He said to them, ‘Watch out! Be on your guard against wanting to have more and more things.  Life is not made up of how much a person has.’“  Luke 12:15

Always wanting “more” is a struggle that many of us have.  It’s easy to get caught up in the cycle of never being satisfied and desire to have what everyone else has. Not being content with what you have can easily turn into jealousy and envy.  Everything we have comes from God. He is faithful to provide what we need. We can trust him no matter what we have or what situations we might face. We can chose to respond with contentment.

Throughout October, your student will see what a great example Paul was.  He was content no matter what happened to him . . . even when life wasn’t fair. Your student will also learn what NOT to do by hearing about King Ahab.  A king who had everything, but wanted something that didn’t belong to him . . .  even to the point of hurting someone to get it.

On October 9, we will launch our Operation Christmas Child to help children around the world who have hardly anything, but are very content with the Christmas gifts they receive from our kids at Strong Rock!

October 2

Bible Story: Paul in Prison – Philippians 4:11b-13

Bottom Line: God can help you be okay no matter what.


October 9

Bible Story:  Don’t Be Controlled by Money – Hebrews 13:5

 Bottom Line: Stuff can’t keep you happy.

 October 16

 Bible Story: King Ahab and Naboth’s Vineyard – 1 Kings 21:1-19, 27

Bottom Line: Wanting what others have can make you miserable.

October 30

Bible Story: Israelites Long for Egypt – Exodus 16:2-21; 17:1-7

Bottom Line:  Don’t miss out on what you have now.


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