Our military has a “No One Left Behind” policy, which means that when a fellow soldier is wounded or fallen in battle, the others are committed to not leaving them on the battlefield. In fact, combat search and rescue (CSAR) capabilities are maintained to ensure the U.S. military keeps its promise to “leave no one behind.” Our Fall Sunday School emphasis is motivated by the mission of Jesus, who said, “The Son of man is come to seek and to save that which is lost.” This will be accomplished in two phases.
Phase 1 of “No One Left Behind”
Over the next few weeks our church (through our Sunday Bible classes) is heading into the battlefield around us to personally contact everyone who is connected to us – class members, prospects and guests. Our mission in Phase 1 is to get them off the battlefield and back to a place of encouragement, acceptance and safety with our church family. Will you help your class leave no one behind? Let your teacher know you are willing to be used to make personal phone calls or porch visits. If everyone does something small, something great will be accomplished.
Phase 2 Connected to Two Exciting Sundays
Our mission in Phase 2 is to connect those outside of our church family, (our own families, neighbors and friends) to two incredible Sundays. November 12 is Veteran’s Sunday, and we will be honoring the vets during the service and hosting a dinner for the veterans and their families after the Morning Worship service. November 19 is Family Day, complete with a Thanksgiving Dinner and musical guests, Soul’d Out. Pick up invitations for both of these great Sundays and be sure that no one that you can influence for Jesus will be left behind!