So many changes take place during adolescence, and so many adolescents make the decision to follow Jesus during this crucial time. It is the goal of this ministry to walk with these young people as they grow in wisdom and in stature to become mature Christian adults. Our number one goal is to bring young people to Jesus, to introduce those that have not yet met Him, to continue to foster a relationship for those who have already come to know Him, and challenge all of them to live their life through Him. Every event we plan seeks to accomplish this goal, whether through evangelism of bringing friends to an event, learning to lead and participate in worship through lads to leaders, serving our community and congregation through service projects, or experiencing fellowship by just “hanging out.” We would love to have you on this journey with us.
Contact Kory Crow with any questions regarding the Youth and Family Ministry
Update for week of October 22:
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. Psalm 119:105
Many times people say the Bible isn’t relevant and doesn’t help us make decisions in today’s world. However, if you simply read it with an open heart, you’ll be surprised to find that it’s very relevant.
When you read God’s word you get the chance to learn things that help you with your everyday life. Whether you need advice on dealing with others or some wisdom for your finances, God’s Word has what you need.
God’s Word (the Bible) is ready and available to give you light to the decisions you’re needing to make. God cares about the path you’re on. He has wisdom for you today. Read God’s Word today and let it speak truth to you and light your path.
portions taken from studentdevos.com
Oct 21 – annual Hayride and bonfire.
NOV. 3 – 5: CELEBRATION YOUTH RALLY
Sept 2: Back to School Bash – lots of fun was had with inflatables, games, ping-pong, volleyball and more. Click on the link above to view a short video of the event.
Aug. 6: Whitewater Rafting – We had a great turnout for our annual whitewater rafting trip down the Ocoee River with a total of 15 making the trip. Some of the chaperones were a little sore after deciding to swim the rapids instead of using the boat but we still had a great time. Until next year.