Sunday mornings

Each Sunday morning we begin with breakfast!  Afterall, who really listens when they're hungry?!  We then make a few announcements, take prayer requests, and head to our Discipleship Groups.  All Youth Sunday morning activities take place down in the FLC (Family Life Center-entrance is on the west side of the building on Baltimore St.)

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We're excited about our new curriculum called The Core.  It draws its name from the fact that it is comprised of several core beliefs, or roots, that are the foundation of who we are as Christians.


THE CORE Roots are:

RESCUE, IDENTITY, COMMUNITY, APOLOGETICS,

KINGDOM, OUTREACH, KNOWLEDGE, and WORSHIP.

We've recently begun studying the root of RESCUE, focusing on what Jesus' mission to earth was really all about...saving us from sin and rescuing us back to God!

Click here to check out this short introductory video!

 


Sunday Morning Schedule:

8:45 a.m. - Breakfast

9:15 a.m. - Head to D-groups

10:15 a.m. - Morning Worship Service in Sanctuary

sunday nights

Sunday Evening Schedule:

4:00 p.m. - Youth Praise Band Practice (FLC)

5:00 p.m. - Youth Choir (Sanctuary)

6-8 p.m. - F3 (First Family Fiestas), what we call Sun PM Small Groups ;-).  Need specific addresses?  Text Tim at 806-729-6315.
 (Note: Our 8:00 finish is not firm.  If you need to pick your student up earlier to get them ready for school the next day we totally understand, especially in respect to our Middle Schoolers.  If you can give us till at least 7:30 that would be awesome!)

wednesday nights

On Wednesday Nights we tackle topics facing our teens, using scripture as our lens through which to view some of life's toughest issues.  We believe that God speaks to His children through His Word so it is naturally the foundation on which we build!

Our current topic:  Godly Friendships (via a 4 week study called Lifelines)





  • WEEK 1

    A look at the exchange between Jesus and the woman at the well.  Because Jesus was real about who he was, it gave her permission to let down her guard and be real about who she was.  That open honesty set the stage for Jesus to change her life FOREVER!



  • WEEK 2

    Mary and Martha were disciples of Jesus.  They loved him and served him well.  However, one began to focus on her service more than on her Savior.  When a complaint was made, Jesus, in love, corrected her perspective.  As uncomfortable as it must have been, that exchange led to growth and understanding.  Jesus models this week's truth that "Godly friendships help us grow." 


  • WEEK 3

    Following on the heels of last week's study, we see Jesus and his friends experience the loss of a loved one, Lazarus.  Jesus wants to go to where Lazarus is buried in Judea, but his friends are concerned given that the last time they were there they tried to murder Jesus.  But Thomas speaks up and essentially says, "Let's go!  If we die, we will die together."  Jesus was going regardless.  He had friends who needed him; friends who were feeling very alone.  The reality is, when friends stick together, you feel less alone.  If Jesus did this for his disciples, don't you think he'll do it for you, too?  To know Jesus as Lord, Savior, and yes, friend, is to never be lonely again!



  • WEEK 4

    Would you be more likely to try and change the world on your own or with a team?  Jesus changed the world on his own.  But...then he welcomes us into that story of redemption and invites us to share with others just what the Lord has done in our lives.  We can meet that invitation together as fellow believers and followers of Jesus, trusting that "Godly friendships indeed can change the world."