October 9 - Parents

Hype Night!

This week at each campus is Hype Night! This is an evening where we focus on building relationships with our small groups by just having fun together. Students will meet in their small groups to start the night off and then will be dismissed to spend the evening with their small group doing any of the activities we have available. We’ll have lots of options ranging from octoball, 9-square, and basketball to board games, crafts, bingo, a movie, and food! We’re so excited for the fun we’ll have together. Just like a regular Lifeline night, drop-off is at 7:00pm with pickup at 8:30pm. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to email us at Lifeline@adabible.org

Here are some questions you can ask your student about the night to hopefully fuel some cool conversations!

  1. What did you and your group spend the most time doing tonight? 

  2. What was the craziest/best moment of the night?  

  3. Did you get to know anyone in your small group better?


Operation Christmas Child

We are drawing to a close but there is still time to participate! Over the coming weeks we will be collecting gifts for OCC that we will then package into shoeboxes on October 23, which Samaritans Purse will then send all over the world to kids, and pair that with an amazing Jesus message. So we need your help! Each week, we’re collecting gifts for:

  • 2-4 year old kids

  • 5-9 year old kids

  • 10-14 year old kids

Please keep these categories in mind when shopping:

  • Wow items (like stuffed animals)

  • Personal Care items (body soap)

  • Clothing & Accessories

  • Crafts & Activities

  • Toys

What ideas for what to shop for or want to learn more about Operation Christmas Child? Head to: www.samaritanspurse.org/operation-christmas-child/what-goes-in-my-shoebox-suggestions

Bring Your Bibles!

We would love for students to bring their Bibles to Lifeline this year! We are hoping this helps students become more familiar with the habit of opening up and reading from their Bible; it will also help them more easily follow along with the teaching at Lifeline!

Middle SchoolAl Shepard