When it comes to influencing the life of a middle school student there is one thing that we know for sure: the person who has the most influence and impact on your child is you. As you navigate these crazy two years we want you to know:
We are for you, we are in your corner, and we are cheering you on.
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WHAT WE’RE ABOUT WE TALKING ABOUT IN MIDDLE SCHOOL
DIRECT MESSAGE // A 4-week series about freedom
WEEK 1: Our faith gives us freedom.
WEEK 2: What God thinks matters most.
WEEK 3:You have the freedom to make wise choices.
WEEK 4:Loving others is the whole point.
For you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters. But don’t use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead, use your freedom to serve one another in love.
GALATIANS 5:13 NLT
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GEN Z SLANG WORDS
Bop: When a song or album is exceptionally good.
Bussin’: A quirky word to use when you taste something delicious.
Hits different: When something is unique or better than the usual.
It’s Giving: Term used to describe someone or something’s look or vibe with a positive ironic connotation, derived from the phrase “giving X vibes.”
ifykyk: This acronym is short for “if you know, you know”. It’s commonly used in reference to an inside joke or something only a specific community might understand.
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