Ministry to Youth

Emmaus’ youth ministry does not take the place of our regular Sunday worship service. We believe that our young people are a valuable and significant part of the congregation, and therefore, should regularly attend our Sunday worship services where they will learn from the teaching of the scriptures, worship, and interact with the adults of Emmaus.

»UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Upcoming Events

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    Wed, July 17, 2024
     at 6:30 pm

    The youth of Emmaus (grades 6-12) gather on Wednesday nights (except the 4th Wednesday of the month) for a time of fellowship and to discuss the morning and afternoon sermons from the previous Sunday. The location will vary.

    You may reach out to Pastor Joe if you have any questions: [email protected].

    Wed, July 24, 2024
     at 6:30 pm

    The youth of Emmaus (grades 6-12) gather on Wednesday nights (except the 2nd Wednesday of the month) for a time of fellowship and to discuss the sermons from the previous Sunday. The location will vary.

    Please reach out to Pastor Joe if you have any questions: [email protected].

    Wed, July 31, 2024
     at 6:30 pm

    The youth of Emmaus (grades 6-12) gather on Wednesday nights (except the 4th Wednesday of the month) for a time of fellowship and to discuss the morning and afternoon sermons from the previous Sunday. The location will vary.

    You may reach out to Pastor Joe if you have any questions: [email protected].

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Discussion Questions: Luke 12:13-21
posted on Sunday, July 14th by Joe

  1. What is covetousness? (see Baptist Catechims 84-86)
  2. Do the words of Christ in Luke 12:13-21 forbid hard work and saving money for the future?
  3. How will covetousness in the heart lead to hypocrisy in the lives of those who profess faith in Christ?
  4. How does our culture promote covetousness and discontentment?
  5. What is the remedy to covetousness?

Discussion Questions: Baptist Catechism 28
posted on Sunday, July 14th by Joe

  1. In Baptist Catechism 24 and 25, we considered the person and natures of Christ. What about Christ are we considering in questions 26-31?
  2. What is an office?
  3. Name a few priests from the Old Testament. What work did a priest do?
  4. Jesus Christ is the greatest of priests. How so? (see Hebrews 4:14-15; 5:5; 6:20; 7:26; 8:1; 9:11)
  5. What work does Jesus Christ do for us as our great high priests?
  6. Why do we need the priestly office of Jesus Christ? 
  7. What comfort does it bring to you to know that Jesus Christ is your high priest if you have faith in him?

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"Him we proclaim,
warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom,
that we may present everyone mature in Christ."
(Colossians 1:28, ESV)

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