Youth

medium (1)We have activities for a wide range of interests.

Three Youth Groups, a Sunday School, and many off-campus retreats and events.
 
Discovery Club is for grades K-5
 
R.E.I.G.N. is for grades 6-8

 

F.L.O.C.K. is for grades 9-12
 
 

Youth Annual Conference 2014 (YAC)

 

Nothing is Impossible with God

For with God nothing shall be impossible.- Luke 1:37

It’s a new year, and you’re probably all geared up for all your new years resolutions. Maybe you want to spend less money, read your Bible more, or get better grades in Chemistry. Whatever your goals might be, it’s always good to get God involved in them.

 

If you set a goal to get better grades, then get God involved with it. Find some scriptures in the Bible about learning and choose to read and study those. As you get God involved and mix faith with your efforts, you’ll really see your goals succeed.

 

Get God involved with your goals and you’ll see them succeed

 

God says that with Him nothing is impossible, so believe God this year. Choose to have faith that He will do what He says. Believe Him that He will bring your goals to pass and that with Him nothing is impossible!



Where is the Treasure?

 
 

Store your treasures in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy, and thieves do not break in and steal. – Matthew 6:20

 
Today’s Bible verse got me thinking about Christmas time. How much of our energy is spent this season buying or getting the “right” gift? Why do we try so hard to get something that will be outdated or that you’ll get bored of before too long? So much of our energy at Christmas time is spent in the pursuit of things that don’t last.

 

This verse tells us to not store up treasures on earth, but to rather store up treasures in heaven. So instead of just living for yourself and what you can get, choose to do something different this Christmas.

 

If you have a friend who needs help offer it. If you see a need, meet it. If you have extra money, give it to your church to help them reach out to someone else in need. Mostly, just be open to let the light of Jesus shine through open doors all around you.




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