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52 verses – March 31

Download printable version

Memorize (Head) and discuss (Heart)

What does this verse mean?

How can we put this verse into practice in our family?

What do you think will happen to the person who lives out the message of this verse?

What are some signs that a person has put this verse into practice?

Does this verse remind you of any other verses in the Bible?

Pray together and thank God for his Word.  Ask for God’s help in applying the verse to your lives.

Other ideas for using 52 verses

Congratulations!

You have a great resource here, one that will help you and your family grow closer to God together.

Here are some ideas to make the most of these verses:

  • Cover one verse per week (52 weeks in a year)
  • Put the verse of the week on your fridge.
  • Offer small rewards, like privileges, for anyone who memorizes the verse (adjust length for younger family members)
  • Talk about the verse at the beginning of the week – what it means and how you can live it out.
  • Refer to the verse when its message comes up in daily life.
  • Pray for the message of the verse to take root in you and your family.
  • That’s it!

52 verses – March 24

Download printable version

Memorize (Head) and discuss (Heart)

What does this verse mean?

How can we put this verse into practice in our family?

What do you think will happen to the person who lives out the message of this verse?

What are some signs that a person has put this verse into practice?

Does this verse remind you of any other verses in the Bible?

Pray together and thank God for his Word.  Ask for God’s help in applying the verse to your lives.

Other ideas for using 52 verses

Congratulations!

You have a great resource here, one that will help you and your family grow closer to God together.

Here are some ideas to make the most of these verses:

  • Cover one verse per week (52 weeks in a year)
  • Put the verse of the week on your fridge.
  • Offer small rewards, like privileges, for anyone who memorizes the verse (adjust length for younger family members)
  • Talk about the verse at the beginning of the week – what it means and how you can live it out.
  • Refer to the verse when its message comes up in daily life.
  • Pray for the message of the verse to take root in you and your family.
  • That’s it!

52 verses – March 17

Download printable version

Memorize (Head) and discuss (Heart)

What does this verse mean?

How can we put this verse into practice in our family?

What do you think will happen to the person who lives out the message of this verse?

What are some signs that a person has put this verse into practice?

Does this verse remind you of any other verses in the Bible?

Pray together and thank God for his Word.  Ask for God’s help in applying the verse to your lives.

Other ideas for using 52 verses

Congratulations!

You have a great resource here, one that will help you and your family grow closer to God together.

Here are some ideas to make the most of these verses:

  • Cover one verse per week (52 weeks in a year)
  • Put the verse of the week on your fridge.
  • Offer small rewards, like privileges, for anyone who memorizes the verse (adjust length for younger family members)
  • Talk about the verse at the beginning of the week – what it means and how you can live it out.
  • Refer to the verse when its message comes up in daily life.
  • Pray for the message of the verse to take root in you and your family.
  • That’s it!

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52 Verses – March 3

Our first weekly Bible memory verse resource is here!  Look for these verses every week.

Download printable version

Memorize (Head) and discuss (Heart)

What does this verse mean?

How can we put this verse into practice in our family?

What do you think will happen to the person who lives out the message of this verse?

What are some signs that a person has put this verse into practice?

Does this verse remind you of any other verses in the Bible?

Pray together and thank God for his Word.  Ask for God’s help in applying the verse to your lives.

Other ideas for using 52 verses

Congratulations!

You have a great resource here, one that will help you and your family grow closer to God together.

Here are some ideas to make the most of these verses:

  • Cover one verse per week (52 weeks in a year)
  • Put the verse of the week on your fridge.
  • Offer small rewards, like privileges, for anyone who memorizes the verse (adjust length for younger family members)
  • Talk about the verse at the beginning of the week – what it means and how you can live it out.
  • Refer to the verse when its message comes up in daily life.
  • Pray for the message of the verse to take root in you and your family.
  • That’s it!

Summer Camps for Kids and Teens 2019

Redland Baptist Church Summer Camps for Kids and Teens

Summer Fun~Summer 2019~

Summers at Redland are busy with lots of activities!  Check out what we have to offer:  Click Here!

OC mission trip meeting THIS Sunday

Our Youth & Family Mission Trip to Ocean City will be August 3-10.

Our “youth” mission trip this year is actually a family trip.  We have an interest meeting this Sunday, Feb. 24, after the 11:00 am service (about 12:20) in the ROC Foyer.  Pizza will be provided.  It is very important that interested people attend this meeting, because our meeting will help determine what ministry options we choose to do on the trip.

What sorts of ministry options could we choose from?  Any number of options exist, including light facilities projects, heavier construction, sports camps, other kids camps, etc.

There will also be set ministry, including multiple outreaches to international students, life guard ministry, parents night out, surf camp, and a family night campfire at Assateague Beach.

This year, all are welcome, and we are adding a family emphasis to allow family groups to bond together over a mission trip.  But the trip is open to more than family units.

If you think you are interested, come to the meeting!  You’ll hear about pricing options and other aspects of the trip.

Categories: for Parents, for Students

52 Verses – A verse a week to help your family grow strong

“I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you.”  Psalm 119:11

By learning and living God’s truth, we are enabled to please God and be successful.  Families are the best environment to learn and live God’s truth.  So parents, we have a resource for you.  There are 52 Bible verses for you to discuss – 1 per week – with your family.  Help each other learn it.  Discuss it together.  Let it be a theme for each week to live out as a family.

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RYM 2019 Spring Youth Retreat

Printable Retreat Information Sheet

All youth, grades 6-12 are invited to join in an exciting weekend retreat!

Key information

March 29 at 5:00 pm through March 31 at 10:45 am
Early bird price of $99 per person (sponsorships and sibling discounts available)
Held at Camp Bennett (20501 Georgia Ave, Brookeville, MD 20833)
Parent info meetings Sunday, March 3, at 10:00 am (youth barn) and 5:45 pm (youth house)
March 3 non-refundable deposit deadline to guarantee space and early bird pricing
March 24 final balance due
No registrations available after March 24

Retreat Description

The goal of our youth retreat this year is to invite students toward greater depth in their faith and relationships with each other.  We believe shared experiences help build strong relationships, and strong relationships fuel spiritual change.  The weekend will take place at Camp Bennett, with a couple excursions off-site for fun activities.  While at the camp, our sessions will be led by guest speaker, James Walker, who will engage youth in discussion about the book of Ruth.  Youth will become aware of the depth of Ruth’s relationship with Naomi (and later Boaz and God) and the mutual impact God brought to the community through deepening relationships.  We are stronger together. We are stronger for God together.

Registration, Forms, and Information Meetings

Registration.  Registration is done online.
Register and pay by check
Register and pay online

Sibling discount.  Second and following siblings each receive a $10 discount ($89 early bird, $105 regular).  If paying online, enter promo code “2nd kiddo” (no quotes) to receive the discount…codes 3rd kiddo and 4th kiddo for subsequent siblings in the same family.

Informational meeting.  An informational meeting will be held on Sunday, March 3, at 10:00 am (youth barn) and 5:45 pm (youth house).  This meeting is designed for the parents.  At the meeting, we will cover the basics of the retreat, answer questions, and allow you to pay a deposit (or full balance).

Forms.  All participants must complete and have notarized a Health & Consent form.  When turning in the form, please also include two copies of your health insurance card.

Housing and Chaperones

Housing.  Housing will take place in bunkhouse style cabins at Camp Bennett.  Cabins will be divided for males and females, as many cabins as needed.

Chaperones.  All of our adult chaperones will be background checked and approved through our Family Ministry child protection training.  We strive for a 1:5 adult to student ratio, and at least 2 adults are present with minors.  Adult chaperones on youth retreats are typically volunteers from our youth ministry already and are high caliber individuals.

Activities and Locations

Our weekend will involve several activities and game options, including some off-site.  Off-site activities (ex. Laser tag) are included in registration cost, along with transportation, provided by chaperones.  There is an option of paint ball while at Camp Bennett.  Other activities include the available resources at Camp Bennett.

Included in Registration

Retreat registration includes

  • Housing and meals at Camp Bennett
  • Activities during retreat
  • Off-site activities and transportation
  • A stylish, comfy tee shirt
  • Guest speaker fees
  • Retreat materials

Meals, Meds, and Allergies

Meals.  Meals include Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and Sunday breakfast.  These will most likely be prepared on-site at the camp kitchen.  If so, this will happen through a person certified in food safety.

Food allergies.  Please inform us in writing of any food allergies well in advance of the retreat.  Allergy needs will be reviewed so that we can determine how best to meet dietary needs of all participants in consultation with parents.

Medications.  All medications – including over the counter medications – must be given to a designated chaperone at check-in on Friday.  To maintain safety, youth cannot be in control of their medications.  When turning these in, please be sure to place meds in clearly labeled containers inside a zip-top bag.  Include student name and listing of medication and dosing frequency.

Other allergies.  If a youth has any allergies, please make us aware of them in writing.  Youth who need emergency items, such as epi-pens or inhalers, will be allowed to carry those with them, but they will need to be responsible for them.

What to bring

Participants should pack a Bible, pen, notebook for journaling, bedding (for bunk beds), toiletries, clothing that can get messy, close-toed shoes, bed clothes, a jacket/coat, and a positive attitude.  Do not bring any weapons, illegal substances, clothing that is immodest (shirts should have sleeves) or promotes a negative message or has profanity.

Drop off and Pick up

Drop off is on March 29, any time between 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm.  Drop off will be at Camp Bennett (20501 Georgia Ave, Brookeville, MD 20833).

Pick up is on March 31 at 10:45 in the Barn at Redland Baptist Church (6922 Muncaster Mill Rd, Rockville, MD  20855).

Behavioral expectations

We plan to have a fun, dynamic weekend!  To ensure this, all participants need to come with a teachable spirit and a positive attitude.  Adult chaperones will be encouraging and positive as well.  There will be some basic rules to follow, including a rule to show respect to all others, elevate group needs above personal wants, and coming to adults when conflict arises.  If any participant chooses to continually violate the rules, it may result in dismissal from the retreat.  We cannot provide refunds in this instance.

Questions

Feel free to contact Kevin Freeman if you have any questions.

We are looking forward to an exciting retreat!

Categories: for Parents, for Students

OC Mission Trip information meeting

Dear Families,

We are VERY excited about the upcoming Ocean City Mission Trip, Aug. 3-10, 2019!

This trip will be open to the church but focused on families.  We invite you to join us for an information meeting to learn about the trip details, activities, cost, and deadlines.  There will also be a need to determine some of our ministry activities, which is dependent upon who shows.  So come and make your voice heard at this meeting!

What:  Ocean City Mission Trip information meeting
When:  Sunday, Feb. 24, after conclusion of 11:00 am worship (about 12:20)
Where: Held in the ROC Foyer at Redland Baptist Church
Who: Anyone interested in the trip – family units are encouraged to attend
Meal:  Pizza and drinks will be provided

No RSVP needed

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