“PowerJam Peace Prize”
During the month of August, PowerJam children at PCC (Powhatan Campus) are focusing on the virtue of Peace. We will present one “PowerJam Peace Prize” during each service for the first four weeks of August. This award will be given to kids who have been nominated by their parents (or other adults) for promoting peace at home or any other place. The nomination will be done through a short write-up about how the child proved that he/she cared about others and promoted peace. This can be emailed to email@example.com.
Trey Timberlake was our first PowerJam Peace Prize winner last week. He was chosen because after attending PowerJam on July 25th and upon hearing about the upcoming Peace Talks for August he went home and began promoting peace right away. Trey declared July 25th official “Brother’s Day” in the Timberlake home. They celebrated that night with a camp-out together in one room and talked and played peacefully. They plan to continue the tradition. His mother said that recently the four brothers have had trouble getting along and was thrilled with his efforts to promote peace. Sweet child, sweet story.
More nominations (more stories!) are coming in! Looking forward to awarding more kids this Sunday.
May God fill our children, and us, with PEACE! If you have any questions please contact me, Anna Holland, at firstname.lastname@example.org
“So let us do all we can to live in peace. And let us work hard to build each other up.” Romans 14:19, NIrV