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Current middle SCHOOL SERIES: Good Story
A 2 Week discussion on Easter

For some of us, the Easter story is a little unclear. (It has something to do with Jesus dyeing Easter eggs with a rabbit, right?) For others, we've heard the Easter story, seen the Easter plays, and attended Easter services so many times that it has almost become white noise. In this Easter series, you'll challenge students' assumptions and attitudes about the Easter story as you help them see that the story of Jesus' death and resurrection is more than just a story—it's true! And it's good news for the entire world.


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Sunday, April 7

This week, we’ll look at a passage of Scripture where Jesus' followers struggled to believe His resurrection had really happened as you help students see that the Easter story isn't just a story— it's true.

THE BIG IDEA: The Easter story is more than a story.

THE BIBLE:  Luke 23:44-24:11; Romans 5:6-11; 2 Corinthians 5:16-17.


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Sunday, April 14

This week, we’ll look at several passages of Scripture about how the Easter story isn't just a gift for you to enjoy—it's for the whole world. Then we’ll be challenged to either receive that gift for thefirst time or share it with someone else.

THE BIG IDEA: The Easter story is good news for everyone.

THE BIBLE: John 3:16-18; II Corinthians 5:17-21; Romans 10:9-10.


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Sunday, April 21

Happy Easter!

There will be no youth group today…but please hang out in the foyer after the service for snacks!!


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HEAR ME ROAR
A 4 Week Discussion on Evangelism

We've all heard it before. "Be bold!" "Don't be ashamed!" "Take a stand!" But let's be honest. Being bold about your faith can be awkward, intimidating, or just plain terrifying—especially when you're a teenager who's already feeling pressure to be liked and accepted. In this 4-week series, you'll acknowledge that challenge, then encourage students to grow in their boldness as you walk through a few key stories in the book of Daniel. These four stories help us see that being bold begins when we fill up on God, surround ourselves with like-minded people, choose peace even when it's difficult, and practice boldness consistently.


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Sunday, April 28 

This week, we’ll be introduced to the story of Daniel as we’re challenged to prioritize the ways of God instead of the ways of the world.

THE BIG IDEA: Fill up on God first.

THE BIBLE: Daniel 1:1-19; Romans 12:1-2; I John 2:15-17.