Meals@home Campaign is back! Every time you eat dinner as a family, fill out the blue card. If you have 3 or more in a week, fill out the back of the card and drop it in the raffle buckets on Sunday. Each week, a winner will be drawn. After the campaign ends on 10/1, a grand prize winner will be chosen. Use the yellow cards for 10% off the total bill at some of the community restaurants (Boneyard, Chen’s, Dairy Queen, Mario’s, Shanahan’s, Culvers, Wildflower).
Pick up the cards, fun place mats and dinner conversation ideas in the lobby. We would love for you to share great ideas, fun pictures and brief stories from your family mealtimes on the Brooklife @home Facebook page. Have fun!

Our @home Ministry provides recommended resources that will help you become more intentional about living out your faith at home. We hope you’ll find resources that are helpful to your family and share them with a friend.

Check out the @home Center located in the lobby and stock up on activities and ways to keep your family talking about faith in your home. See below to download free resources.

The @home Center offers three different types of resources:

Pointers- Guides and resources for some of life’s major stages or circumstances you’ll face as a family. These guides offer biblical and practical information regarding the topic, a list of resources and ministries Brooklife offers, and community resources.

Faith Path- We believe that God designed the family as the primary place for discipleship. The Faith Path initiative exists to partner with you as you guide your child’s faith journey one step at a time and suggests a focus of specific practices and milestones at certain ages. However, you know your child best and can determine the most appropriate time to emphasize each step.

Recipe Cards– We offer special resources connected to what’s happening at Brooklife. These topics relate to the seasons, holidays or current sermon series.

Evaluate your level of intentionality in nurturing faith at home over the past 120 days. Complete the questionnaire below to identify your life stage and specific situation. Create a “building faith at home plan” for the next 120 days—one that will work for you. Take advantage of these tools designed to inspire and equip faith @ home intentionality. Stop by the @home Center for ideas and resources.

Spiritual Gifts Tests and Assessments are available online with hard copies available at the @Home center in the Brooklife lobby

Adult Spiritual Gift Test

Youth Spiritual Gifts Test

Heart Assessment

Abilities Assessment

Personality Assessment

Experience Assessment

120 Days of Intentionality

How intentional have you been living out your faith? Our Intentionality questionnaire simply asks you to identify how intentional you’ve been living out your faith over the last 120 days. The purpose is to help you evaluate your walk of faith. Identify goals in each relevant category and help you create your 120 Day plan.

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Pointers

Pointers are our free, life stage-based brochures. Each pointer offers a biblical perspective on your particular season of life. Pointers also offer suggested @Home resources such as books, websites, articles and DVD series. Finally, most Pointers list various @Church resources. This is where you’ll find offerings from Brooklife that relate to your life stage. These could be classes, seminars or small groups. All of the pointers are offered here as text-based and PDF downloads.

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Recipe Cards

Recipe Cards can be found in the @Home Center and here on this page. They are demographic-based and describe creative, practical ideas to help implement faith at home. They are available here as PDF downloads. We’ll consistently make new Recipe Cards available, with fresh ideas to develop your faith away from church and in your home.

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Faith Path

We believe that God designed the family as the primary place for discipleship. The Faith Path initiative exists to partner with you as you guide your child’s faith journey one step at a time and suggests a focus of specific practices and milestones at certain ages. However, you know your child best and can determine the most appropriate time to emphasize each step.

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