The Skinny – Cabotcocyg Newsletter
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Upcoming Seniors Dinner – On May 12 Tessa and I are taking the upcoming Seniors to Gordan and Cynthia’s house for a good Steak Dinner. It is our way of welcoming in the upcoming Seniors and talking to them for a few minutes about Leadership. I hope your upcoming Senior can come!
Highway Mission Trip – We will be conducting a Day camp for 1st – 4th grade with the Highway Church of Christ in Judsonia, Ar. For details check the handout at the Welcome Center but in summary we are doing an extended VBS and also going to help them with their reading to get ready for school. The kids we are serving are underprivileged kids in the community and they will love to have us there hanging out with them and teaching them God’s word. This will be very much like our Nashville Mission Trip. We would love to have parents help.
Camp Caudle – Camp Caudle is coming up soon. We went last year and had an amazing time. If you want to go, pay and register online (www.campcaudle.org). Info sheets at Welcome Center. I encourage you to get your teen to come. This is a great camp for both girls and guys. It is a time of fun, fellowship, and studying God’s word. If you have any questions let me know.
5/12 – Upcoming Seniors’ Dinner
5/18 – High School Graduation – I’ll take a group down
(let me know if you want a ride)
6/2 – 7th Grade Entry Party
7/8 – 7/14 – Camp Caudle
7/30 – 8/2 – Highway Mission Trip
Wednesday Night – T. J. Davidson
This week we’re starting a new series called Hooked. This one is about temptation and this week specifically we want to help our students learn to identify the hidden dangers behind the temptations they face. With a new mindset, your guys and gals can be much better equipped to make better choices.
Sunday Morning –
Senior High – T. J. Davidson
Dollars and Sense – (3/3)
Teens will learn the basics of money: how to budget, manage a checking account, and spend wisely. They’ll also see the beneﬁts of saving for the future, giving to the church and giving to those in need—and why it’s important to start right away! Lastly, teens will begin to recognize the difference between a need and a want and plan accordingly.
Junior High – Paul Killingsworth
Money Matters – (3/3)
Teens will discover that their identity isn’t wrapped up in what the world says about them, but what God says about them. They’ll gain conﬁdence to stand up against clever marketing and ﬁnd value in contentment, realizing that it’s not about how much money you have, but what you do with that money that matters.