At National, we are committed to equipping parents to be the primary disciple-makers of their children. We partners with parents to nurture and encourage them so that they and their children may be brought to full maturity in Jesus Christ. We seek to empower parents in this task so as to be obedient to the Scriptures and to strengthen the kingdom of God.
Saturday, January 27, Stone Hall
5–6 p.m.: talk, 6–7 p.m.: dinner (donations accepted)
Drawing on the imagery of an athletic event where the crowd can influence the outcome of the game, “Stacking the Stands” provides parents of high school, middle school, and elementary students an opportunity to learn the leveraging power of weaving a web of life-giving, intergenerational relationships for their children.
Parents will walk away from this seminar knowing they are not alone, and they will leave equipped with one of the most powerful tools for parenting as they set out to “stack the stands.”
childcare available with RVSP only
Sundays, 10–10:30 a.m. | Elson Parlor | Facilitators: Quinn Fox and Donna Marsh
Connect with fellow parents and enjoy a great cup of coffee accompanied by meaningful conversation about a topic that’s relevant to our life and faith...all during the second half of the children’s and youth Sunday School hour!
Family Hour: Faith on the Big Screen
Sundays in the Summer (June–August), 9:30–10:30 a.m., Jones Hall (School Gym)
Come enjoy breakfast, and see how popular family-friendly films express truths about our faith.
There is a seat at the table for the whole family (mom, dad, siblings and even grandparents!).