Equine goats, archery, power tools, car maintenance, seed preservation, sewing and possibly cooking. The purpose of the event is to encourage and to intentionally pass on life skills in a Christian atmosphere. The event is open to girls 4 and up and their (mother/father/grandparents/other mentor). If you plan to attend, please text/call Ashley Tucker (479-366-2994), or Danton Newsom (479-422-7555). Lunch will be provided. Please bring lawn chairs.
The Fall Social is a great time of fellowship, held annually at the Bryan Farm on Hwy 72W (four miles west of Taco Bell). There will be a potluck, a pie baking contest, games for the kids, hayrides, and a time of singing and devotion. Signups for food will be going around Bible Classes on Sundays and Wednesdays. Please remember to bring chairs, and serving utensils for your dish (a main dish, and a side or dessert). Drinks, plates, cutlery, and napkins will be provided.
Join us for an evening of Christmas cheer. Ladies of all ages will be there. Please feel free to bring a friend! No need to dress fancy, cozy will do. As a matter of fact, how does wearing pajamas sound to you? Whatever you wear, make plans to be there!
Salty or sweet, we’ll need both to eat, so come with an appetizer or dessert to share. Drinks will be provided. An ornament is the last thing you’ll need. Make sure it’s wrapped and no more than $5 please.
Grab your friends and join us on October 12th at the Walk for Hope, benefiting the Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter and Hope Academy. All proceeds raised will support programs that provide HOPE to children who have suffered the trauma of abuse and neglect. The one-mile walk will be held here at the church building at 10:00 am with lunch to follow. Families and children are welcome – no pets, please. We hope to see you there! To sign up, please visit https://nwacs.org/events/walk-for-hope/
Dudecathlon is a challenging (in a fun way) and encouraging event for Christian brothers and friends held on a Saturday each fall for the past few years at the Carter Farm north of Pea Ridge. It is for outdoors-loving guys who are 15 and over. I think my D-team has put together an amazing list of competitions, kind of like a mini "outdoors" Olympics. The competitions aren't simply (not even "mostly") about being physically the fastest or the strongest. They are generally more "skill" related. This year's events include orienteering, chopping, casting, and shooting a bow...also prowess with a slingshot, rifle, shotgun, kayak (yes, kayak!), and tomahawks! If you've done all or some of these things, great! If you haven't done ANY of these, no worries! Each competitive station is manned by Dudecathlon team members whose goals are to ensure safety and provide clear instructions. Whenever the competitions end we'll meet under a bigtop tent, relax and eat a great meal together, catered by Joel Curren's BBQ Station in Cassville, MO. Then we'll award prizes to winners of the various competitions as well as to the overall Dudecathlon champion (individuals can only claim the crown in one event, plus the overall championship if applicable). There are many great door prizes that we'll draw, so everyone has a chance to win! After the competition, meal, and awards, we'll be treated this year to a spiritually uplifting and challenging talk, compliments of our own John Dyas, Outreach Minister for the church. John's message will be a treat, guaranteed. You won't want to miss it! Click here to register!