Sunday Evening

Time: 5:00pm-7:00pm
Location: FBC Student Center

On Sunday nights we meet in the Student Center for: dinner, games, worship, and Bible study.  This is our large group environment for students 7th-12th grade.

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"The Making of a King" - A Series on the Life of David

November 5th, 12th, 26th

"Every good story has a hero. Think about it.  Superman. Luke Skywalker. Katniss Everdeen. They’re larger than life. Maybe they’re not perfect, but they’re exciting and they’re brave. That’s why we cheer for them.The Bible is full of heroes like that. They don’t have capes and light sabers, but they are heroes who fought giants, built arks, became spies, defeated armies, and saved the day over and over. One of the most famous ones is named David. Like many others, David’s life was an exciting, epic even. And at first glance it can feel like we have zero common with him. Even on our most exciting days our lives don’t exactly feel heroic. As we take a closer look at the journey of this shepherd boy turned king, we see it wasn’t always a royal fairytale. In fact, we discover the twists and turns of his road to the throne, his life begins to look more like ours than we ever imagined."

 

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"Another Christmas Story" - A Two Week Series on Christmas

December 10th, 16th

"It’s Christmas. Nativity scenes are everywhere. You know, Mary, Joseph, shepherds, angels, and the drummer boy (who wasn’t actually there). Maybe you grew up seeing these scenes and wondered what they were all about. Or maybe you’ve heard the story a million times. Either way, there’s another story we bet you haven’t heard, characters you barely know, scenes you don’t see in the plastic nativity on your neighbor’s lawn. As we explore two often-untold parts of the Christmas story, we discover that God had something bigger in mind from the very beginning. And, just as it was true for those at the first Christmas, He may just have a bigger story in mind for us as well."