• IMPACT - MS/HS COMBINED - Sundays, 9:30-10:30 AM

    IMPACT stands for - 

    We believe God's Word is true, relevant, and has ultimate authority in our lives.  IMPACT is designed to challenge our students with the truth of God's Word and how they need to respond to it.  On Sunday mornings we are studying God’s Word using The New City Catechism. Catechisms are written in order to clearly explain the gospel and lay out the doctrines on which the gospel is built – i.e., God, mankind, sin, etc.  Catechisms also build a stronghold against heresies, errors, and false beliefs that not only exist in the world but also arise in the church.  Finally, catechisms help God’s people grow and live as a counterculture that reflects the greatness and goodness of the Lord Jesus Christ.  It helps us live as a distinct people.  After a time of study from God's Word the students then break into small groups where they talk through how to apply what they just learned - what it looks like in real life. 

  • COLLISION - MS/HS COMBINED - Wednesdays, 6:45-8:15 PM

    Being a Christian is messy business.  We fail and succeed...sin and grow...learn (often times the hard way) and change.  The story of the Bible, and our lives, is of our depravity colliding with God's grace - and being overwhelmed by the person and work of Jesus Christ.  COLLISION is designed for our students to gather in a more informal setting where everything is aimed at helping them learn how to enjoy God - and life in Christ.  Being a Christian is not about living a dull, lonely life.  We want them to enjoy Christ and enjoy each other, and love their church.  We have a social time to build new friendships and strengthen existing ones.  We have games to help them interact and enjoy each other.  We sing a lot to provide a means for them to praise the Lord.  And, the goal of our teaching during COLLISION is to teach the students through the Bible (Genesis-Revelation) in four years.

  • For the Love of God is a great devotional, written by D.A. Carson that will help you read through the Bible in a year by following Robert Murray M'Cheyne's reading plan. Each day you will find a list of chapters (around four) for you to read followed by a short devotional unpacking the meaning and significance of one of the chapters.

    I have gone through this devotional myself and really appreciate the way Carson faithfully unpacks the passages while showing how all the small pieces find their place in the overall Bible story - ultimately finding their place in Jesus Christ. For the Love of God is an excellent resource in helping you become more familiar with the Scriptures on a broader level, while also challenging you with specific truths, unpacking a passage on a deeper level. For those of you who struggle with having a plan or knowing where to start reading, this will be very helpful.

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