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Faith West & Faith East
1920 Northwestern Avenue, West Lafayette, IN 47906
Faith Church Auditorium
6:30 - 8:00 pm
On the Blogs
This lesson was taught in our children's Sunday School classes on Sunday, May 26. We would encourage you to use the ideas below to review Sunday's lesson with your family. Continue reading → Read More
On May 22, we held a training event for those serving as class leaders and assistants in our 2013 summer ministries. This video captures our discussions of the topics listed below. Despite the admitted low quality of the video, the content of the training will… Read More
Attendance-taking is one of important tasks we ask our volunteers to perform as part of their service in our Children's Ministries. This video provides our servants with more details on this process. Continue reading → Read More
Keeping kids safe is one of the most important responsibilities we have as Children's Ministry servants. Our check-in and check-out procedures help us to fulfill that responsibility. This video provides our servants with more details on our security protocol. Continue reading → Read More
God has instructed His people to pray for many reasons. The most common reason that people pray is to present their requests to God. The biggest collection of prayers in the Scriptures—The Psalms—however, have requests that don’t precisely correspond to those of modern Christianity. Instead… Read More
How well do you repent? The book of Nehemiah reveals three important aspects of the repentance process: conviction, confession, and change. Check out some thoughts on this week's Sunday School lesson from Nehemiah 7-10. Continue reading → Read More