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WEDNESDAY NIGHTS AT MBC − Second Session – March 6 – May 1
6:00 p.m. Fellowship Meal
6:30 p.m. Backpack Ministry (Youth)
6:45 p.m. MBC Kids (Rooms 103 & 105, Andrea Ball)
6:45 p.m. Visitation & Outreach Group (Ministry Center, April Forman)
6:45 p.m. Welcome Home / Gospel Group (Room 109, Dave Forman)
7:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Live! Apologetics (Youth House, Zach Rankin)
WELCOME HOME STUDY / GOSPEL GROUP
(Room 109, Leader: Dave Forman)
‘Welcome Home’ is a study to help people in the church connect and engage with each other. This group will also discuss the gospel group questions. Two practices are foundational to the identity and mission of the church: evangelism and discipleship. This study will help you learn how your life can serve as a welcome mat to the church, recognize that welcoming others into the church goes beyond a friendly handshake, understand how to ground your service and love in hospitality, discover how and why it’s important to go out of your way to love others, understand how authentic joy flows from a relationship with Jesus and realize that engaging others with the gospel means going to where they are. Each participant will receive a complimentary take home study booklet.
VISITATION AND OUTREACH GROUP
(Ministry Center, Leader: April Forman)
The group meets after the dinner to visit shut-ins, members, and prospects around the Midway area. Group members pack up a box dinner from the Wednesday night meal for the shut-in they plan to visit that evening. After prayer at 6:45, We will take a dinner to each shut-in and, if invited, will stay for a short visit. We try to team up in pairs for each visit.
(Rooms 103 & 105, Leader: Andrea Ball)
Children will review and explore the previous Sunday’s Bible point and story. Children who participate in this small group will be working on learning the books of the Bible and preparing skits and songs to be shared during Sunday worship.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT LIVE! APOLOGETICS
(Youth House, Leader: Zach Rankin)
This study equips and encourages students to clearly and effectively explain why they believe what they believe. They will be prepared to respond to some of the worldviews they encounter, including atheism, agnosticism, Buddhism, and Islam. Lessons focus on several major themes: overview of Apologetics, understanding who Jesus is, responding to specific world-views and explaining your faith.