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July 26th - K-5th

Following Jesus will turn out greater than you can imagine.

July 26, 2020 • Kaleb Eskew and Jonah • I Can Only Imagine Heaven/All Things New Revelation 21:3-5a

September 20th - K-5th

Friends encourage one another. • September 20, 2020 • Mark Eskew

Welcome to another weekend with our River Kids! We are excited to have you! Our River Kids Team works hard to create an engaging, fun, and impactful service for kids! As the school year starts we are staring a brand new series and it's a Block Party! It’s a real celebration when everyone’s invited to the party! With God’s help, we can show friendship by using our words and actions to show others we care.

September 13th - K-5th

Friends love one another. • September 13, 2020 • Mark Eskew

Welcome to another weekend with our River Kids! We are excited to have you! Our River Kids Team works hard to create an engaging, fun, and impactful service for kids! As the school year starts we are staring a brand new series and it's a Block Party! It’s a real celebration when everyone’s invited to the party! With God’s help, we can show friendship by using our words and actions to show others we care. We kick off this series in Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 where Solomon wrote, “Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do.” Solomon goes on to reminds us that like a three-strand cord, we are stronger when we work together as friends.

September 6th K-5th

Choose your friends carefully. • September 6, 2020 • Hannah Kruse and Kaleb Eskew

Welcome to another weekend with our River Kids! We are excited to have you! Our River Kids Team works hard to create an engaging, fun, and impactful service for kids! As the school year starts we are staring a brand new series and it's a Block Party! It’s a real celebration when everyone’s invited to the party! With God’s help, we can show friendship by using our words and actions to show others we care. We kick off this series in Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 where Solomon wrote, “Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do.” Solomon goes on to reminds us that like a three-strand cord, we are stronger when we work together as friends. Bottom Line: Choose your friends carefully. God designed relationships to help make life easier. As kids become more aware how their friends influence them, it’s important for them to know how to choose goodfriends.Wepraythatkidswillchoosefriendswho encourage them and help them grow in their relationship with Jesus.