Family Ministry

The family unit, no matter what its size, is extremely important to God and to us as a church. Strong families help make strong local churches, which can impact our society in a positive way. We believe in reaching the whole family and strongly desire to provide opportunities for children and teenagers to connect, form community, in age-appropriate environments where biblical truth is taught in creative and relevant ways so that it becomes the standard by which they live their lives.

A healthy home has everything to do with being a godly husband, a godly wife, and even a godly child or student.  We want to partner with parents (single and married) in their attempt to create a Christ-honoring family environment. We value seeing families transformed in their relationships with one another
as God renovates hearts!

 Our families connect through Life Groups and other activities.

Email any questions to: office@mesachurch.org

 

 Family Fusion

Family Fusion is a yearly event which aims to bring every household together, regardless of age, to connect with one another through fun, fellowship, and faith. Today’s family is in high demand, often being pulled apart by careers, school, friends, and the day-to-day hustles and bustles of life. The purpose of Family Fusion is to buffer against the fragmentation of the family unit. This event serves families by giving them the opportunity to reconnect in practical fun-filled ways. During this year’s (2018) Family Fusion, families made their way from the Communication Room to the Emoji Room, then to the Team Building Room, and finally to the Bible Trivia Room, ending the day with a family picnic.
 

Family Challenge

The Family Challenge is another yearly event within the Family Ministry. Family Challenge is a take-home Family Ministry event in which every family can participate. The goal of the “Family Challenge” event is to equip and engage each family spiritually, relationally, emotionally, and verbally. The Family Challenge spans over a one-month period, integrating various challenges into the family’s daily routines. Challenges included eating family meals together (without electronics), engaging in family prayer, memorizing Bible verses as a family, and participating in family game-nights, just to name a few. Those who completed the Family Challenge received a certificate along with various prizes which were donated by community vendors (Chick-fil-A, As-You-Wish Pottery, Stratum laser tag).