He was despised and avoided by others; a man who suffered, who knew sickness well. Like someone from whom people hid their faces, he was despised, and we didn’t think about him. It was certainly our sickness that he carried, and our sufferings that he bore, but we thought him afflicted, struck down by God and tormented. He was pierced because of our rebellions and crushed because of our crimes. He bore the punishment that made us whole; by his wounds we are healed. Like sheep we had all wandered away, each going its own way, but the LORD let fall on him all our crimes.
To keep it brief, these are some of the verses that our youth group will be reflecting on this season leading into Easter! They have become incredibly personal for me over the last few weeks because they are a reflection of Jesus’ humanity. He felt the absolute rejection of the world in order for us to have our Father’s full acceptance! Please reflect on this and let me know your thoughts!
We will continue with our weekly lessons, but there will NOT be class on March 14th
April 15th– Mark your calendars because this service will be amazing!
June 11th -15th – This year we will be focused on Texas missions and about unifying our group! Let me know if your child will be participating!
Summer Goodland Trip:
August 3rd-7th – Let me know if you/ your child will be going!
Special Thanks to everyone who gave or helped in the Super Bowl Subs fundraiser!