The CBSM Update: This Week’s News and Announcements

CBSM students, parents, and small group leaders:

Report on Last Wednesday: Praise God that this last Wednesday was packed-out (158 teens) with some powerful worship (led by to CBSM student-brothers, Lawson and Jackson Beasely) and a personal challenge to find our satisfaction in Jesus alone (from the book of Ecclesiastes). You can go to our blog or iTunes podcast to listen to the sermon.

This Wednesday night, we’re going to celebrate Christmas by worshipping Jesus for His birth! One way we’re celebrating is to wear the ugliest Christmas sweater that you can find! Our band is going to lead us in worship through a style of Christmas carols that you’ve never heard before. And I will be preaching on if Jesus’ mother Mary was really a virgin or not “Was Mary Naughty or Nice?” You definitely need to plan to come and bring tons of friends with you for this monumental night at CBSM!

NETMA is attached for your viewing pleasure. Be sure to check out the Reading Plan for this week.
12.5.10 NETMA Newsletter (pdf)

Here’s what you need to know for this week… Continue reading

CBSM Weekly Announcements

CBSM students, parents, and small group leaders:
Jesus has been rockin and rollin the summer for CBSM. I’ve been amazed at over 100 students going on mission trips this summer, our Wednesday nights being more highly attended than ever over the summer, and the spiritual growth we are seeing. It is SURELY not about the numbers, but it is about the crowd of people who come to learn more about Him, worship Him, and grow in Him! So praise God CBSM for how He has been using you to reach your friends for Christ!

NETMA is attached for your viewing pleasure. Be sure to check out the Reading Plan for this week. 7.11.10 NETMA (pdf)

Here’s what you need to know for this week…

STORYLINE Wednesday Worship (6:00 – 8:00pm)
This Wednesday, we’ll continue our summer-long series through the book of Psalms with a sermon on “iWorship: on Mission.” This will be all about how we need to continue to stay involved in missions and evangelism even when we are not on trips…but we are here at home still called to reach the world for Christ! Continue reading