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Little Giant Steps

Little Giant Steps is coming to CERC!

June 10th   9:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Get Help for Struggling Learners


Your Walk With God in This Busy World

Are you dragging your child through endless curriculum changes? Fix the reasons they are struggling instead!
Come learn proven techniques that, when implemented, enhance the brain. See transformation in functional and learning abilities.
In addition, let us share a new, groundbreaking approach to walking with God, more intentionally, in your busy, multi-tasking life.
In James 2:16-17 we read:
If one of you says to them, “Go in peace; keep warm and well fed,” but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it? In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead. NIV
This ½ day meeting will teach you how to build your faith while giving you specific time tested action items to help your struggling learners.
The non-profit organization Steps of Hope welcomes you to a pivotal ½ day experience featuring Dr. Jan Bedell, PhD. MND., and Pastor Alan J. Bias, author of the book, “Walking with God in a World Gone Busy”.
Pre-register: $10 per Person; $15 per Couple
At the door: $15 per Person; $20 per Couple
Questions/Registration: 972-758-1260

Valentine Program

Let’s celebrate Valentine’s Day!

The families of elementary students enrolled in CERC classes are invited to exchange Valentine’s cards and enjoy some fun activities!
When: Friday, February 12th  1:00-2:30 PM
Where: CERC
(Please note:  This is not a drop-off event.  At least one responsible adult family member must stay with the student(s) for the duration of the activity.)
Please write your family’s name, email address, and the number of children who will be exchanging Valentine’s cards on the signup sheet located in the foyer at CERC.
On the day of the party, please bring Valentine’s cards for exchanging and a decorated box or bag to use as a “mailbox.”  You will receive an email the week before the date which will tell you how many cards to prepare.
In the “to” spot on the cards just write “My Friend.”  The cards may be plain or may have small treats attached.  They may be store-bought or homemade. (Get those creative juices flowing!!)
Shoeboxes make great mailboxes and can be decorated in many cute ways.  Keep the boxes as plain or creative as you want.  They just need to be big enough to hold the cares and treats.
Please contact Tabitha Berry, Program Director, at
etebberry@yahoo.com with any questions you may have!