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THE FLIP 11.09 Leaves are falling, temperatures are dropping… it’s finally starting to feel like fall in Memphis. And you know what that means—it’s time to start thinking about Christmas. That’s right, Christmas. It’s closer than you think—only 56 days away! Before you panic over presents for your kids, may we make a suggestion? Consider giving your teen the gift of travel this holiday. They get out of the house for a few days after Christmas; you get the house to yourself. It’s a gift to both of you! On December 30, SWITCH will be heading to Atlanta, GA, to celebrate the New Year in style. We’ll be staying in the fabulous Embassy Suites hotel, exploring the best downtown Atlanta has to offer, and engaging in worship every night. After we ring in the New Year, we’ll catch some sleep and then head home on January 1. To sign up, visit or call 333-3368. The cost is $100.

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Daniels’ House December 6 5:30PM

Guys bring salty. Girls bring sweet. Everyone bring a $5 gift.

IDEAS FOR YOUR SHOEBOX: SMALL TOYS Cars, balls, dolls, stuffed animals, harmonicas, yo-yos, jump ropes, toys that light up or make noise, etc. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Pens, pencils, crayons, markers, stamps & ink pads, writing pads/paper, coloring books, etc. HYGIENE ITEMS Toothbrush, toothpaste, bar soap (in a plastic bag), comb, washcloth, etc. OTHER Hard candy/lollipops, gum, t-shirts, socks, ball caps, sunglasses, hair clips, jewelry, watches, flashlights *Collection Date is November 15, 2009

Operation Christmas Child


November 1 // Eagle Sunday November 8 // SWITCH Fellowship @ Miller Home // 5:30PM November 22 // Harvest Sunday (NO SWITCH U) November 25 // NO SWITCH Service November 26 // Thanksgiving December 6 // SWITCH Christmas Party @ Daniels’ Home // 5:30PM December 16 // Church Caroling (NO SWITCH Service) December 20 // Candlelight Service // 5:30PM December 23 & 30 // No SWITCH Service December 30-January 1 // The Big Chill in Atlanta WEEKLY ACTIVITIES Sunday Mornings—Connection Groups at 8:15AM & 9:30AM SWITCH U—Sundays @ 5:30PM SWITCH Service—Wednesdays @ 6PM

Culture Clues Figuring Out Facebook Although Facebook has been around for several years, most adults are just now starting to check out the social networking site. For new users, Facebook can be somewhat overwhelming. It can also lead to some pretty embarrassing situations if not used correctly. Nick O’Neill (All Facebook: The Unofficial Facebook Resource) has released a list of the top 10 privacy settings that he believes every Facebook user should know about. Although all the steps below may not be necessary, many of them are very helpful. If you’re wary of people seeing all your info, check out this list to find out how to protect it. 1. Use Your Friend Lists to Keep Track of How You Know People 2. Remove Yourself From Facebook Search Results 3. Remove Yourself From Google Search Results 4. Adjust Your Photo Tag Settings So That Only Certain People Can See Photos of You 5. Protect Your Photo Albums 6. Prevent Stories From Showing Up In Your Friends’ News Feeds 7. Protect Against Published Application Stories 8. Make Your Contact Information Private 9. Remember That Wall Posts and Status Updates Can Be Seen By EVERYONE Unless You Adjust Settings 10. Keep Your Friendships Private For more info about how to do these things, visit O’Neill provides a detailed guide about how to do each step and explains why it’s beneficial.

t h e s t u de n t m i n i s t r y Bartlett Baptist Church 3465 Kirby Whitten Pkwy Bartlett, TN 38135 901-333-3350

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