According to Deuteronomy 6 and Psalm 78, God intended the family to be the primary vehicle for the passing on of Christian doctrine and life application to the next generation.
The seven milestones include:
September 30 - 9:30 am - 12:00 pm / The Burns Chapel (Central Campus)
October 21 - Central Campus (Worship Center) and North Katy Campus
Family Dedication Ceremony is for our families that have completed our Milestone 1 training. These families have committed to being the Primary Faith Trainer in their home and have developed a Legacy Covenant that highlights their family core values.
October 19 - 6:30 - 8:30 pm / The Burns Chapel (Central Campus)
The most important job we have as parents is to teach our child about their need for salvation. No matter where you are in the walk, this class will give you ideas about leading your child to the knowledge of Jesus and salvation. We’ll also discuss how you can know if your child has made a real decision and how to go forward with baptism.
October 3 - 6:00 – 7:30 pm / Room C250/252 (Central Campus)
Are you ready to face the teen years…again? Kids go through huge changes mentally, physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. This class will give you some practical ideas about how to prepare you and your child to enjoy the teen years. Amazing things are ahead!
Sunday, October 7 / 9:30 and 11:00 am / Central Campus – KSM
Sunday, October 14 / 9:30 AM / North Katy Campus - KSM (8th - 12th grade)
Parents, have you had ‘the talk’ yet with your 8th grader? Do you know what to talk about or how to talk about it? We want to help you and your student walk through this critical milestone of purity. We will provide some talking points, goals, and a few resources to get you started.
October 21 - Central Campus - 11:00 am in the KSM
October 21 - North Katy Campus – 9:30 AM in the KSM (10th - 12th grade)
Attention 10th grade families – your son or daughter is hitting some big markers on the way to adulthood – driving a car and making more of their own decisions. We want to help you unpack all that’s going on during this season and give you some helpful tools and suggestions to make the next three years as intentional and enjoyable as possible. We will discuss tips on how to empower your student and how you can stay connected and invested in their life while giving them space to grow. We want to partner with you as you prepare your student to move from adolescence to adulthood.
Sundays at 11:00 am in room L244/246 (Central Campus)
Join Marriage Matters Community Group in the popular study “Love & Respect” by
Dr. Emerson Eggerichs. Discover how loving your wife and respecting your husband
unleashes more peace, intimacy and joy in your marriage.
Marriage Mentors are couples who desire to help couples either prepare for marriage,
grow their marriage or heal their marriage. To connect with our Marriage Mentoring
Ministry, contact Doug Valot at email@example.com or call 281.675.7862.
October 14 / 9:30 and 11:00 am / The Burns Chapel (Central Campus)
There are few cultural issues more pressing than the problem of pornography. Statistics show that almost every family has been impacted by this epidemic. Join us as we examine this issue and talk with families that have walked with their kids through this trial.
From the earliest days of the Church, the Lord’s Supper has been a central part of the Christian faith. Of course, it is fitting that we often partake together as we gather together for worship; but there is something both meaningful and Biblical about gathering for the same expression with just a few around the table in our home. Stop by the table in the Common Area to pick up your Lord’s Supper kit!
October 21 / 9:30 and 11:00 am / The Burns Chapel (Central Campus)
We are excited to have New York Times Best Selling Author Ken Abraham join us as he shares his experiences of caring for his mom in her last years. Ken will both educate and inspire while offering spiritual and practical advice to families walking this difficult path.