We see in Scripture that there are spiritual disciplines to help us grow closer to God and further away from the world. These disciplines can seem intimidating, especially when we are not sure how to perform them exactly. This four-week series will lead students into a better understanding of four spiritual disciplines and the why and how of participation. These disciplines are meant to bring us closer to God and build a stronger faith and relationship with Him. Our participation in spiritual disciplines will help us unplug from the world and minimize the distractions we face continuously.
This series explores God's faithfulness in the midst of literal storms and how God works in our lives during the difficult times. Week 1 - Acts 27 - Paul shipwrecked at sea Week 2 - Mark 4:35-41 - Jesus calms the storm Week 3 - Matthew 14:22-33 - Peter walks on water
This series looks at how God is with us at all times and challenges us to consider if God is in our squad.
Week 1 – Friendship Goals You’ve got people that you've never met (strangers) people you kind of know (acquaintances) people in your circle (friends) and people in your inner circle (squad). This week we covered 3 ways to be a great squad member, called How to Build a Great Squad. Week 2 – Family Goals Many of your friends will come and go over the course of your teenage years. The best part is we get to choose them! But FAMILIES, on the other hand … you don’t get a choice in your family. You’re stuck with the cards you've been dealt. How can you bring peace to your family? Week 3 – God Squad Goals God is with us – all of the time. He’s in our squad, right with us all of the time. But let me ask you a more difficult take on this: If God is truly in your squad, if He was truly in your Instagram pictures … would it change you?
We set walls up in our lives when we draw boundaries and set standards for ourselves. Sometimes students find themselves in situations before considering where they stand on particular issues. This series urges and guides students to examine personal boundaries and choices in light of God’s standards for life. A boundary means two things: 1) what’s inside is important and valuable, & 2) what’s outside is risky and potentially dangerous. When we move from boundaries and walls to understand God’s standards for our lives, we find freedom within the protection of being guarded by God’s love for us. Message Topics Include: - Week 1: The types of walls in our lives - Week 2: Boundaries in our friendships and relationships - Week 3: Non-negotiables and standards of holiness