LIFT Year 1 Fall

3 units available. Choose the full collection or a single unit.

Unit 1: Seed to Harvest
4 sessions. Connects faith to stories of seeds, pumpkins, trees, and fruit. Using these analogies from Scripture, participants will be pushed to look at how they are growing in their own faith and how that growth and connection to Christ helps all to bear good fruit. Sessions:

  1. A Seed Story (Matthew 13:1-9)
  2. A Pumpkin Party (Matthew 5:13-16)
  3. Trees (Jeremiah 17:5-8)
  4. Fruit for All (John 15:1-8)

            Unit 2: Gather Together Family and Friends
            4 sessions. Focuses on the importance of relationships. Participants will explore their own family stories and have an opportunity to invite friends to join with them in Sunday LIFT. Participants will practice forgiveness and acceptance of each other and push themselves to go out into the world and grow the church family circle wider. Sessions:

            1. Family Stories Month (Colossians 1:11-20)
            2. Friends Breakfast (1 Corinthians 12:12-31)
            3. Family Forgiveness (Genesis 45:1-15)
            4. Serving Others, Growing the Family (Mark 10:35-45)

              Unit 3: Fall Feasting
              4 sessions. Explores Scripture through stories of food. Both Old and New Testament Scriptures focus on what God provides for and how to share those provisions with those out in the world. Everything comes together in the last session as participants gather around the table and offer gratitude to God through a THANKS-giving celebration. Sessions:

              1. Breakfast with Jesus (1 John 21:1-15)
              2. Jesus Feeds Us What We Need (Matthew 14:13-20)
              3. World Food Day (Philippians 4:1-9)
              4. THANKS-Giving (Psalm 16)

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