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The Briarwood Weekly, July 12
Sunday, July 14 Bulletin
Briarwood Night at Legion FC Soccer
The Briarwood Statement
Children & Youth Summer Activities
BYG Impact Weekend
Is Genesis History?
Children’s Conference on Creation
Impact Weekend is coming soon for High School students, and a reminder to sign up is on this week’s cover. YOu’ll also see one last reminder about this weekend’s Ballet Showcase, and some examples available in our Bookstore for how you can display the Word in your home. Jason Ellerbee reports on our Young Couples’ Ministry in the weekly article, and 24 additional announcements are to be seen besides our usual features. Click here to read the online version of The Weekly now, and keep yourself in the know on your church!
Pastor Reeder returns this Sunday morning to I Peter 5:5–7 with, “Humility and Unity–Part 2.” Then we’ll continue in our study of Ecclesiastes at 6:00 p.m. with, “Wisdom for the Ages” drawn from chapter nine. Click here to read the Sunday morning bulletin.
Friday and Saturday, July 12 & 13, Briarwood Ballet presents a summer dance showcase at the Barbara B. Barker Fine Arts Auditorium, located at Briarwood High School on Highway 119. Seating is reserved, so click here by Thursday night to save your seats. Tickets will also be available at the door.
Come watch pro soccer, right here in Birmingham—Saturday night, July 13 at 7:00 p.m. It’s at UAB’s BBVA Stadium on the UAB campus. Call 776-5114 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets and information. Click here for more!
Sunday night, June 23, Pastor Reeder made a special presentation on behalf of the Session of Briarwood, “A Pastoral Overview of the Briarwood Statement on a Biblically Effective Ministry to Homosexuals with Theological Clarity.” You can now hear this message as well as read the transcript by clicking here, and see the handout that was given that evening by clicking here. Please use these resources on this important subject and direct others to them, as well.
Make this a summer of fun AND spiritual growth for your children. We’ve compiled a list of activities available on one page for K5–12th graders that will allow you to explore the many offerings, including SuperSummer, and sign up for those opportunities that need to know you’re coming. Click here to see the list.
Briarwood High School students…Impact Weekend is coming, August 2–4 and it is not too soon to save your place for this important weekend in the life of Briarwood’s youth. Stephen King is this year’s featured speaker. You can read more about him and the entire weekend as well as sign-up now, at briarwood.org/impact.
Is Genesis History? That is the theme of this year’s conference, and we’ll be joined by guests Del Tackett, filmmaker Thomas Purifoy, and geologist Steve Austin who each bring different expertise to understanding the Genesis account of creation. You won’t want to miss this informative and challenging conference here at Briarwood, August 24–26. Click here for more information.
Concurrent with the Birmingham Conference on Theology and Life August 24–26, our K5–6th-grade children will be gaining an understanding of intelligent design, the creation account from Genesis, a biblical worldview and how to discern the difference from other worldviews that are attacking them daily. Our speaker will be Children’s Educator, Elizabeth Urbanowicz. Click here to register and to read more.