Who is Jesus and why does it even matter? That has been the question that has directed this entire series. Join us this morning as we conclude the series by looking at what it means that Jesus is the image of God and how that effects us today.
What does it look like in our lives when we say that Jesus is Lord? In John 21, we see 4 responses of Peter to the news that Jesus is Lord. What does this mean for our lives and our souls? Join us this morning as we unpack John 21.
If one is ever in the church, they will often hear the phrase, “Jesus the Lamb of God.” What does that mean? Why is it significant and what does it have to do with us in 2016. Join us this morning as we unpack this statement and dive into its implications.
The most discussed and recognized individual in the history of the world. His teaching and theology brought mankind to its knees in worship, while simultaneously bringing harsh criticism from others. Who is Jesus? Is He really like what people say; supporters and critics? Join us today and for the next several weeks as we answer the question, “who is Jesus” and at the same time explore why our conclusions have significant impact personally and historically. You are not going to want to miss a single moment of this series, “WHY JESUS?”
He is the Light:
Theme for the weekend: Be
The world says a lot about what you should try to attain but our God is different. He tells us what we already are. That is always the starting point. The theme is centered around 1 Peter 2:9
But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.1 Peter 2:9 (NIV)
What Fall Weekend is:
Two nights of worship, teaching, camping, community, and fun. Turningpoint students will camp at Nick Dyson’s house in Loveland and will have a chance to really connect with the people from our youth group.
The goal is to facilitate three things:
- Deeper Intimacy with Jesus (through worship)
- Deeper community with others (through small groups and activities)
- Deeper understanding of the Kingdom (through teaching and workshops)
Cost and registration information:
Cost for the weekend is $55 for Turningpoint students. This covers all meals, retreat hoodie, water bottle, bag, and all other materials and costs for the weekend. To register for the event, go to http://www.golovelivestudents.com (you must use the code “turningpoint” to get the $55 rate). An online waiver must be completed by each
participant before attending (link provided in email after registration). Register online
by Monday October 3rd!
Friday, October 28th
Saturday, October 29th
|8:00||Breakfast at Nick’s|
Sunday, October 30th
|8:00||Breakfast at Nick’s|
|10:45||Worship at TPC|
|12:00||Youth Group at TPC|
|1:30||Parent Pickup at TPC|