Assembly is one of our longest as well as the last youth events for the year. Assembly provides a break in the summer, allows for deeper relationship building between youth, and helps strengthen and nurture them in their relationship with Christ.
Assembly is a week of discipleship featuring awesome worship, awesome people, and one awesome God. It’s joining together with others your age to learn, grow, and laugh. It’s waking up and worshiping through word and song. It’s coming to an event and leaving with a “family”. It’s an opportunity to open up, to get real, to focus. It’s a chance to shift your thoughts, your actions, and your life from things of this world to the heart of Jesus. After all, true worship takes place when all people within a community seek the presence of God and are accepting of each other. That’s the biggest part of Assembly.
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Bishop Mueller’s Daily Devotional
I am more profoundly grateful with each passing year of my life for those who gave their lives defending our nation. Each one made the ultimate sacrifice so that others could live. Each one of them had a life filled with endless plans and possibilities that ended far too soon. Each one was cut down in the prime of life. Each one left behind family and friends with broken hearts and unending grief. May we always remember them.. May we always give thanks to God for their service. And may we live in ways that honor their memories.
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