Category Archive: Family Life - Page 2

10 Questions for your Thanksgiving Meal by Don Whitney
Posted November 24th, 2016 by Mike Hubbard

Thought this post by Donald Whitney on the Gospel Coalition Blog would give us a good resource for our mealtime on Thanksgiving.  He throws out 10 questions we can discuss with our family before we pray and eat Turkey.  Wanted to share it with everyone. 10 Questions to Ask at Your Thanksgiving Meal

Parent Roundtable – Timbers of Eureka on Nov. 12
Posted November 3rd, 2016 by Mike Hubbard

We are planning a great evening for parents on Saturday November 12. and we hope you can attend. Information Parenting is hard work – full of all kinds of adventures and pitfalls.  Make plans to attend the Parent Roundtable, a great training event for parents on Saturday, November 12, from 6-8 PM a the Eureka […]

Family Worship for Christmas Morning
Posted December 24th, 2015 by Mike Hubbard

This is a worship experience designed for families on Christmas morning.  You may choose to do this after opening gifts, or before your lunch.  Our prayer here at Genesis is that this will help you as a family experience the glory of God here at Christmas. Be sure to scroll all the way down.  There […]

Parent Round Table – Great Evening of Fellowship & Training
Posted February 14th, 2015 by Mike Hubbard

We have a great evening for parents planned on Saturday February 28.  This event is hosted by our church but open for everyone wanting to attend.  Download the attached flyer and help us get the word out. Parent RT Flyer Saturday, February 28, 2015 6-8 PM Timbers At Eureka An evening of training, conversation, and […]

Call, Obedience, and Faithfulness to Family – What the Weird story in Exodus 4:24-26 Teaches Us
Posted January 29th, 2015 by Mike Hubbard

If you are hanging with us at Genesis as we journey through Exodus, or listening online, we hope you are enjoying the series.  Preaching a long narrative like Exodus leaves us with choices on what and how much to cover.  We have chosen to move through the story in a few months rather than in […]