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The Adventure Church
352 West 12300 South, Draper, Utah

CORE GROUP - Legacy Makers

Legacy Makers is a group for seniors around 60 and up who are dedicated to producing fruit in their later years, just as Psalms 92:14 tells us "Even in old age they will still produce fruit; they will remain vital and green."

We focus on building relationships, using our Spiritual Gifts, and discipling young leaders.

Legacy Makers meets the 3rd Saturday of each month at 10:00am at the Adventure Church.

Contact Ira at 801-633-5904 with any questions.

Meets At 352 W 12300 S Suite 100 Draper, Utah 84020

Day: Saturday
Time: 10:00 AM
Age Groups: Adults, Seniors


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Upcoming Events

Past Events

Sep 16, 2023
Mulligan's Golf

Sep 23, 2023
Move John Gorton

Left-Overs Dinner
November 25, 2023

Upcoming Events

Movie: "Disciples of the Moonlight

July, 2024

Past Events

Mulligan's Miniature Golf

September 16, 2023

Helped John Gorton Move

September 23, 2023

~ Many Hands Make Light Work ~

Legacy Group Left-Overs Dinner

November 25, 2023 @ 5pm
Adventure Church

Bring Your Left-Overs To Share

Are Optional!

"The 23rd Pound"


Helping Hands

Do you have something you need help with?
The Adventure Church Legacy Group is here to help.

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* How can people contact you to offer their help?

Volunteers are needed on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10am - 4pm.



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Noah is estimated to have lived around 4,000 to 5,000 years ago, approximately 1056 years after the Earth was formed.

The flood that destroyed humanity occurred 1656 years after creation, during Noah's era.

Noah was the only righteous man on Earth during his time, and God chose him and his family to survive the flood and continue a righteous lineage.

The flood's purpose was to end the wickedness and corruption that plagued the world during Noah's era.

Though disputed by scholars, this timeline suggests that Noah's birth year falls around 2948 BC, considering the widely accepted Ussher chronology, which dates the world's creation to 4004 BC.


Moses (Born 1526 - Lived 120 Years)

Moses was 80 when he confronted Pharaoh.

The Crossing of the Red Sea (Exodus) took place in 1446BC.

Noah's Ark was built around 5,000 BC. Some experts believe this was around the time when Noah's flood could have occurred.



Thanksgiving Prayer
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The 23rd Pound
The Night Before
Jesus Came
God's Response
To An Atheist
Falling Together
Christmas Letter
From Jesus
Helping Others

Twas the Night Before Jesus Came

Twas the night before Jesus came and all through the place,
Not a creature was praying, not one on their face.
Their Bibles were lain on the shelf without care,
In hopes that Jesus would not come there.

The children were dressing to crawl into bed,
Not one ever kneeling or bowing a head.
And Mom in her rocker with baby on her lap,
Was watching the Late Show while I took a nap.

When out of the East there arose such a clatter,
I sprang to my feet to see what was the matter.
Away to the window I flew like a flash,
Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash!

When what to my wondering eyes should appear,
But angels proclaiming that Jesus was here.
With a light like the sun sending forth a bright ray,
I knew in a moment this must be THE DAY!

The light of His face made me cover my head,
It was Jesus returning just like He had said.
And though I possessed worldly wisdom and wealth,
I cried when I saw Him in spite of myself.

In the Book of Life which He held in His hand,
Was written the name of every saved man.
He spoke not a word as He searched for my name;
When He said "It's not here" my head hung in shame.

The people whose names had been written with love,
He gathered to take to His Father above.
With those who were ready He rose without a sound,
While all the rest were left standing around.

I fell to my knees, but it was too late,
I had waited too long and thus sealed my fate.
I stood and I cried as they rose out of sight;
Oh, if only I had been ready tonight.

In the words of this poem the meaning is clear,
The coming of Jesus is drawing near.
There's only one life and when comes the last call,
We'll find that the Bible was true after all!

God's Response To An Atheist

What a wonderful sense of humor

God must have to resist

Of Him turning the tables

On your pretending that He does not exist.

How Can I Help?

Think about the last time someone was kind to you. Kindness is one of the most powerful forces on earth, and serving other people can transform someone's life for good.

All of us have the ability to do good for someone, and God has gifted each of us with special abilities and talents that can be used to serve other people in our lives. Whether it's a spiritual gift or a learned skill, you have unique opportunities to show kindness to those in need.

Paul, the writer of the letter to the Galatians, is careful to note that we won't always have the opportunity to do good for others. We cannot know how many days we have left on earth, and we certainly don't know how long certain people will be in our lives. That's why we should use every opportunity to encourage and help others.

Serving and helping others is a form of love. When we take the time to help someone, we allow them to experience Jesus's love through us. Doing good for someone opens the door to conversations about the love that Jesus has for them.

Paul also says that we should help those who are believers. That is because those who are believers are our spiritual family. Just as we ought to care for our relatives, we should also look for opportunities to love those who are part of the Church.

How has God gifted you with talents and abilities to serve others?

Take some time to think about a few people in your life that you can help. Maybe it's letting someone know you're thinking of them, or perhaps it's helping someone with a need they have. In any case, be on the lookout for ways to do good to all people as you go about your day.


Recommended Books

Dennis Prager - Genesis

Dennis Prager - Exodus

Hope For The Flowers


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Glossary Of Bible Words

Glossary of Biblical Terms

Helpful definitions of "Biblespeak"

AMEN - It is so; so be it (used after a prayer, creed, or other formal statement to express solemn ratification or agreement).

AMOMINATION - Abomination in biblical terms is that which is forbidden or unclean according to ritual code. Offering incense to idols and following the ways of the wicked are biblical examples of abomination to the Lord.

ACROSTIC - An acrostic is a play on words or a word game in which the first letter of each line in a document spells out another message. One biblical example of an acrostic is Psalm 119 in which the consecutive subsections of the psalm feature the letters of the Hebrew alphabet in order.

APOSTLE - Derived from a Greek word meaning "one who is sent," an apostle is a person who embraces and advocates another person's idea or beliefs. At the beginning of his ministry Jesus called twelve apostles to follow and serve him. Paul became an apostle of Jesus Christ after his encounter with the risen Lord.

BAPTISM - Jesus was baptized (literally, "dipped") in the Jordan River by John the Baptizer, at which time he was acclaimed from heaven as God's Son, the Beloved. Much later baptism became one of the sacraments of the Church, the action by which a person is incorporated into the body of Christ.

BLASPHEMY - Blasphemy is disrespecting or dishonoring of something held sacred. To use the name of God in swearing or to commit a profane act is to commit blasphemy.

COVENANT - A covenant is a promise or agreement. In the Bible the promises made between God and God's people are known as covenants; they state or imply a relationship of commitment and obedience.

DISCIPLE - A disciple is a person who accepts and follows the pronouncements of a teacher. Jesus chose twelve disciples (also called "apostles" in some of the Gospels) to follow him and bear witness to his message Anyone who (like them) follows Jesus is engaged in Christian discipleship.

DOXOLOGY - Doxology is an expression of praise. Psalms of praise, such as Psalms 149 and 150, are doxological in nature; Paul concludes his letter to the Romans with a doxology. Christians sing a doxology whenever they praise the Triune God: "Praise God from whom all blessings flow..."

EPISTLE - An epistle, simply, is a letter or message. As many as twenty-one of the twenty-seven books of the New Testament are epistles, letters written to churches or persons for instruction, pastoral care, or discipline.

GENTILE - A gentile is anyone who is not Jewish. The term, which is derived from words that the Bible uses to denote the "nations" of the world, reflects beliefs that God had designated Israel as a nation that would be distinct from others, and a blessing to others.

GNOSTICISM - Gnosis means "knowledge," although it often refers to secret or mystical knowledge revealed to a specialized few. "Gnosticism" is a generalized term of reference to movements during the second and subsequent centuries that taught, contrary to other Christian teachings, that matter was evil and salvation came through secret knowledge.

GOSPEL - Good News. The announcement that Jesus has brought the reign of God to our world through his life, death, and resurrection from the dead.

GRACE - Grace is the unmerited gift of God's love and acceptance. In Martin Luther's favorite expression from the Apostle Paul, we are saved by grace through faith, which means that God showers grace upon us even though we do not deserve it.

HALLELUJAH - A shout or song of praise or thanksgiving

HERESY - Heresy is a belief or set of beliefs and actions contrary to those accepted by the Christian church. Gnostic thought is one example of an heretical belief.

IMMANUEL - Immanuel means "God with us." Immanuel is foretold in Isaiah as one who embodies God's promise and protection. The angel, addressing Mary in Matthew's gospel, specifically identifies Immanuel with Jesus.

LEVITE - A Levite was a member of the tribe of Levi. This tribe had priestly and political responsibilities for the Israelites. Levites appear prominently in Old Testament accounts, and they accompany priests to question John the Baptizer's identity early in John's Gospel.

MARTYR - To be a martyr originally meant to be a witness in the legal sense – that is, to bear witness in legal proceedings. In the context of Christianity martyrdom indicates a person, like Stephen in the book of Acts, who was killed for maintaining his or her religious convictions.

MESSIAH - The Messiah was the one who, it was believed, would come to free the people of Israel from bondage and exile. In Jewish thought the Messiah is the anticipated one who will come, as prophesied by Isaiah. In Christian thought Jesus of Nazareth is identified as the Messiah.

PARABLE - A parable is a brief story with a setting, an action, and a result. A prominent aspect of Jesus' teaching was telling parables to illustrate something about the kingdom, or reign, of God.

PASSOVER - Passover commemorates the deliverance of the Hebrew people from Egypt as described in the book of Exodus. It is celebrated with worship and a meal on the fourteenth day of the month called Nisan, which is the first month of the Jewish year. The time of Passover is cited as the period of time during which Jesus celebrated his Last Supper prior to his trial and crucifixion.

PATRIARCHS - Originally patriarchs were men who exercised authority over an extended family or tribe. The book of Genesis introduces Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as the three patriarchs of the people of Israel.

PENTATEUCH - The Pentateuch is a Christian term the first five books of the Old Testament. These books contain stories of Israel's early history, God's covenants, and many laws such as the Ten Commandments).

PENTECOST - Pentecost was originally a Jewish harvest or pilgrimage festival that fell on the fiftieth day after Passover. It was during this festival that the Holy Spirit visited Jesus' followers in tongues of fire and caused them to speak in many languages, as reported in Acts 2. Pentecost is celebrated in the Christian church fifty days after Easter.

PHARISEE - The Pharisees were a Jewish group that rigorously applied the Jewish law to matters of everyday life. The Gospels describe Pharisees frequently engaged in disputes with Jesus, and Jesus sometimes criticizes their hypocrisy or rigidity of their interpretations of the law.

PROPHECY - Prophecy is the gift, inspired by God, of speaking and interpreting the divine will. Prophets such as Amos, Isaiah, and Ezekiel spoke words of judgment and comfort to the people of Israel on behalf of God.

PROSELYTE - A proselyte is a person who has been converted from one religion to another, specifically from paganism to Judaism in the Old Testament. In the book of Acts proselytes were among those who were present at the coming of the Holy Spirit.

PSALM - A psalm is a song of praise. In the Old Testament 150 psalms comprise the psalter, although some of the psalms are laments and thanksgivings. In the New Testament early Christians gathered to sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs.

REDEEMER - A redeemer is someone who literally buys back, wins back, or frees from distress. The Hebrew term for redeemer (go'el) means to deliver or rescue. It may be a person or God who performs the act of redemption.

REPENT - Repentance is a central biblical teaching. All people are sinful and God desires that all people repent of their sins. The Hebrew word for repent means to "turn away" from sin. The Greek word for repentance means to "change on'e mind," more specifically, it means to change one's mind about sin. Thus, to repent is not just to feel bad about sin or admit that one is sinful, but to turn away from sin and back to God and God's way.

SABBATH - Sabbath is a weekly day of rest, the seventh day, observed on Saturday in Judaism and on Sunday in Christianity. In the book of Genesis, God rested on the seventh day; in the Gospel accounts Jesus and his disciples are criticized by some for not properly observing the Sabbath.

SADDUCEE - Sadducees were a group of wealthy and powerful Jewish leaders during Jesus' lifetime. These aristocratic priests not only opposed Jesus, but they were also opposed to many teachings of the Pharisees.

SALVATION - Salvation can mean saved from something (deliverance) or for something (redemption). Paul preached that salvation comes through the death of Christ on the cross which redeemed sinners from death and for a grace-filled life.

SAMARITAN - Samaritans were a people who mostly lived between Galilee and Judea and were avoided or shunned by mainstream Judaism. Jesus' message, however, was so inclusive that he often spoke favorably of Samaritans as he did with the woman at the well (John 4) and in the parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10).

SANCTIFICATION - Sanctification means to be set aside for a special purpose. The coming of the Holy Spirit sanctified the disciples and the people of God and made it possible for believers to grow in grace through the covenant of their baptism.

SHALOM - Used as salutation by Jewish people at meeting or parting, meaning "peace".

SYNAGOGUE - A synagogue is a Jewish house of worship. Jesus often taught in synagogues where he sometimes ran afoul of Jewish leaders. In the book of Acts, Paul and others attend synagogues and teach in them.

SYNOPTIC GOSPELS - The Synoptic Gospels are Matthew, Mark, and Luke. They are called Synoptics because they view the gospel story from a similar point of view; they also share large blocks of narrative material in common.

TABERNACLE - The tabernacle, a word meaning "tent," was a portable worship place for the Hebrew people after they left Egypt. It was said to contain the ark of the covenant. The plans for the tabernacle are dictated by God in Exodus 26.

THE TALMUD - The Talmud is one of the most important texts of Judaism. It is a compilation of rabbinic debate and commentary on the Bible, Jewish law, and philosophy. The Talmud was written and compiled between the 3rd and 8th centuries CE. There are two versions of the Talmud: the Babylonian Talmud, which is more commonly studied and cited, and the Jerusalem Talmud.

TORAH - The Torah is the law of Moses, also known as the first five books of the Bible. To many the Torah is a combination of history, theology, and a legal or ritual guide.

ZION - Zion originally referred to a mountain near Jerusalem where David conquered a Jebusite stronghold. Later the term came to mean a number of other things like the Temple, Jerusalem, and even the Promised Land.

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