Graduate Recognition Sunday: May 12th

Graduate Recognition Sunday

Capshaw Graduation Recognition Sunday is on May 12th. Here’s the plan:

9:00am in the CBSM Student Building
Graduates and their parents invited.
A delicious buffet-style breakfast.
CBSM Senior Slideshow Video.
Small Group Leaders will honor graduates.
Main Speaker: Curt Mize addresses graduates.
Pastor Chip will conclude the breakfast.

10:30am in the Capshaw Auditorium.
Graduates will be recognized near the end of the service.
Their personal bios and future plans will be announced.
Each graduate will be personally recognized for achievements.
A special gift from CBSM will be given to each graduate.

We can’t wait to recognize these graduates for their achievements!

CBSM Super Bowl Parties 2013

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CBSM is throwing the best Super Bowl Parties in town, yall!

6th-8th Grade Guys and Girls: Olan and Angie Phillips’ House
9th-10th Grade Guys and Girls: Ben and Michelle Goode’s Home
11th-12th Grade Guys and Girls: Kevin and Yolanda Duke’s Home

Make sure and check with your small group leader or friend on what you can bring.
Make sure to check with your small group leader or friend on what time.
We will give out the address and info Sunday morning at 9am during CBSM small groups.
We want these to be the best parties in town, so come ready to have fun!
Make sure to respect the home you’re in, though! Be courteous while you party!

CBSM sermon video on Nehemiah 7-10 (The City Life: The CBSM Trifecta)

Storyline #71: Nehemiah 7-10 “The City Life: The CBSM Trifecta″

Freebies for youth pastors and small group leaders:

3 – Nehemiah 7-10 – Priorities (mp3)

3 – Nehemiah 7-10 – Priorities (handout)

3 – Nehemiah 7-10 – Priorities (ppt)

3 – Nehemiah 7-10 – Priorities (sermon)

3 – Nehemiah 7-10 – Priorities (commentary)

3 – Nehemiah 7-10 – Priorities (service)

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Nehemiah sermon intro video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlkTrh0mN-Q

24: A Sunday in the Life of a Youth Pastor

We had an extrordinary day of worship yesterday.  My plan was to get to the church a little early in order to put the finishing touches unto Sunday school at 8am here at the church.  When I was rolling in, I noticed way more cars than normal (since I’m normally about the only one here at that time).  Then I remembered…prayer breakfast!  That was a great thing since I was hungry.  So I skipped into the gym, got me some biscuits, gravy, chocolate gravy even, and and about a gallon of coffee…to start my day off right!  There our worship Pastor, Brandon, did a fantastic job of addressing our men on being the leaders of worship in the church.

Right after that I went over to the student building (which was freezing cold because of the temperature change and no one got to the thermostat yet).  Sunday school went very well.  I was pleased.  Continue reading