Youth Ministry 
2021 THEME

The theme chosen for 2021 is Endurance. According to “Endurance” is defined as, “the ability or strength to continue or last, especially despite fatigue, stress, or other adverse conditions; stamina:” After 2020, we have been tested and many of us are feeling tired, stressed, worn out, and fed-up. As we run the race of life, we understand all we can do to endure what life may throw at us is by building on what knowledge and experience we already have. The more knowledge and experience we have the easier it is for us to endure the challenges we face. This year will be a year of training to face unexpected hardships, of rest to be ready and energized to face the unknown, of support as we encourage and assist those around us to keep on keeping on despite challenges they may be dealing with, and for the wisdom to reach out for help so no one is left behind. If you are reading this, we ask you to join us in prayer for the students as they prepare to face what is ahead of them and that they face it inviting God to be by their side through it all.

Diving Into Prayer

Meets on Sunday mornings @ 9:30 am in the Youth Room.

What or who do you pray for? Do you spend time asking God, thanking Him, or just generally spend time talking to Him? In this series we are looking at various prayers voiced from a number of people throughout the Bible, looking at what their situation was and the reason for their prayer. The purpose of this series is to build on how we pray and our knowledge of how to better communicate with God, our Father.

The Youth LIFEGroup will meet at the Hunts’ house Sunday evenings at 6 pm.  Each student will have 2 opportunities to co-lead the LIFEGroup lessson including song planning, finding scriptures, and leading the discussion of the lesson.  
Children’s Bible Stories Uncut
Meets Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm in the Youth Room.
After the Flood, Noah got drunk. After Daniel was released from the lion’s den, many people were thrown in and eaten alive. These are pieces of the stories omitted to make the story age appropriate. In this series we will be looking at traditional Bible stories taught in Children’s Classes but without the editing to make it “age appropriate”. The purpose of this series is to deepen the knowledge of these Bible stories but to allow students to know they’re young adults and not everything in scripture is joy-filled and not every story ends with a “happily ever after”.
Ministry Details
Overseeing the growth and preparation of students to become mature, strong, and committed followers of Christ both now and as they move into adulthood. Teaching and implementing disciple-making activities for living out scripture daily.
Ministry Contacts
Peter Hunt – Youth Minister
Randy Moore – Elder
Jerry Miller – Elder
Terry German – Lead Contact Deacon
Manuel Chacon – Deacon
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