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“It is not great talents God blesses as much as likeness to Christ. A holy minister is an awful weapon in the hand of God.”   -Charles Spurgeon



Did You Know?: Mama Didn’t Raise No Fool


Did you know that when the Bible talks about “fools”, especially in the book of Proverbs, it is not talking about people who are dumb?

Today, it’s easy to think that when someone is called a fool that’s just another way to say that they’re not the brightest pumpkin in the patch.

But when the Bible says that someone is a fool, it has a lot more to do with a person’s ability to recognize good from evil, and know the difference between godliness and worldliness.  God says that even supposedly smart people can actually be “fools” in reality. And even people who don’t have a lot of knowledge can really be “wise” when it comes to living a life that pleases God.

The good news for you is that faith in  Jesus Christ can make  you “wise unto salvation” (2 Timothy 3:15). We’ll talk more about what this looks like soon!

Good sense is a fountain of life to him who has it,
but the instruction of fools is folly.
” – Proverbs 16:22

‘BH



What is the Gospel?


Have you ever wondered what exactly people mean when they talk about “the Gospel”? The answer to that question is the most important thing you will ever consider. Your response to the Gospel really will change your life!  We talk about the truth of the Gospel every week in the YouthRoom, and we hear the Gospel preached every Sunday by our Pastor.

Here’s a preacher named John Piper with a great answer to the question, “What is the Gospel?”

What is the Gospel? – John Piper



Camp 2009


Camp 2009 was awesome!

Praying!

Slurge Fest!

Slurge Fest!

The theme for this years camp is Beyond. Going beyond your position, beyond your performance, beyond your plans, and beyond pressures.



Galatians 2:20


“I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.”



Camp ’09


Steps to Register for Camp…

Go to crossings.org and click on medical release forms.

Fill out the student camper section only.

Put in the church name FBC Fairdale, then city, then state.

Then click Submit.

Then click Submit again on the next page

This takes you to POI & Medical Release Forms

Fill these out both of them. Make sure to print out the medical release form.

MAKE SURE YOU REGISTER BY FRIDAY, JUNE 26!!!

Opening Day

2:00-4:00

Registration

5:00-6:30

Dinner

7:00

Opening Celebration

9:15

Church Checkpoint

9:45

Snack Shack Opens/Free Time

11:00

In Rooms/Buildings

11:30

Lights Out

Full Day of Camp

7:00-8:00

Breakfast

8:00

Group Leader Meeting

8:25

Morning Celebration

9:00-11:00

Large Group/Small Group Bible Study

11:00-12:30

Lunch

12:50

Afternoon Rotations:

C-4 (large group games)

POIs (Points of Impact, i.e. the blob, mountain biking, frisbee golf)

Church Group Connect

5:00

Free Time

5:30-7:00

Dinner

7:30

Worship

9:00

Church Checkpoint

9:30

Snack Shack Opens/Free Time/Night Fellowships

11:00

In Rooms/Buildings

11:30

Lights Out

Closing Day

7:00-8:00

Breakfast

8:00

Group Leader Checkout

8:30

Bible Study Groups

9:15

Closing Celebration

10:15

Groups Depart

What to Bring to Camp

What to Bring

  1. Linens, towels, and pillows. They will not be provided.
  2. A complete Bible, notepad, and pen in Bible Study and Worship.
  3. Appropriate clothing (see Dress Code).
    Some “grubby” clothes and tennis shoes for
    outdoor recreation. Bring one set of clothes
    that could be thrown away if desiring to
    participate in our mud pit.
  4. Shorts that are made out of fairly sturdy material (ex. Khaki shorts). Thin shorts such as mesh shorts and cheerleading shorts will not be appropriate for climbing activities that require a harness.
  5. Beach towels, sunscreen, insect repellent.
  6. Personal articles such as a toothbrush, shampoo, etc. If they are forgotten there is a Wal-Mart within 20-30 minutes of camp.
  7. Spending Money. Campers and adults will have opportunities to make purchases throughout the week, including concessions, T-shirts, CDs, etc. A missions offering will also be taken up one night during worship so be prayerful about how much you want to give.
  8. Females MUST wear shorts over their swimsuits.
  9. We strongly recommend that you bring a pair of Tevas or athletic sandals and/or water shoes. Our lakes have sharp rocks that may cut your feet.
  10. You are encouraged to bring at least two swimsuits. There will be several opportunities during the course of the week for swimming.

Optional Items to Bring

  1. Camera and video equipment
  2. Sunglasses

What Not to Bring

  1. Alcohol, tobacco, and illegal drugs. Any camper or adult caught with these will be sent home at the church’s expense.
  2. Fireworks or any kind of weapon.
  3. Radios, portable CD, MP3 players, or tape players. Exceptions may be made for church group devotions and fellowship participants. Please understand that we are not liable for lost or stolen items.
  4. No cell phones will be allowed during any organized camp activities. Instruct campers to leave them in their rooms or with an adult.
  5. Skateboards, roller skates, or shoes with skates built in.
  6. Clothes irons.

From Louisville or Lexington:

We are a 45-60 minute drive from either city. There are green state highway department signs to guide you from the interstate.

1. Take I-64 to exit #43, Waddy/Peytona, KY Hwy 395.
2. Turn north on Hwy 395 (towards Peytona and away from Waddy).
3. Follow 7.2 miles to Hwy 1005.
4. Turn right onto Hwy 1005.
5. After 1.3 miles Hwy 1005 turns into Hwy 12. Do not turn at this intersection.
6. Follow Hwy 12 another 3.6 miles to Jacksonville.
7. In Jacksonville, turn left onto Hwy 1922 (Cedarmore Road).
8. Follow 1 mile and turn right at the Cedarmore sign (still Hwy 1922).
9. Follow 3.2 miles and turn left onto Cedarmore property.



Camp Meeting ’09


On Monday, June 21, 2009, we will be having a very important meeting that parents and students must attend, discussing everything about camp this year. It will be at 6:30 pm at FBCF. If you cannot attend please contact Josh Greene at 502-727-0099. Please bring your insurance card so that you can fill out a medical release form for camp.



New Study for Wednesday Nights


June 17, 2009
Drew has started a new study for Wednesday Nights.. famous verses in the Bible!
If we were to start a series in a books, like we have been, we almost never get to look at any verses outside of the book. With this we’ll be skipping around and learning about verses that have become so important & figure out why.

“8For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, 9 not a result of works, so that no one may boast.”

Ephesians 2:8-9

Drew explained to us so clearly that we are DEAD, we are born in to our trespasses & sins if we’re not in God. We were not able to respond to God, but through God’s great grace, & not through our own works we are now able. We will only boast in our great God!



Presenting Your FBC Fairdale Youth Interns for 2009




Brigette


Brigette is known as “Beegee” and is a 16-year-old junior at duPont Manual High Schhool. She doesn’t like writing about herself so this post will be very short. She loves JJ.

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