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Belong Student Ministry exists for students to grow in their faith and discover true belonging by experiencing unmatched hospitality, engaging in honest story telling, and actively participating in God’s world.
Authentic Journeying with our heads, hearts, and hands through discipleship
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Wednesday nights kick off in the gym with free dinner at 5:15pm!
We gather in the Fellowship Hall from 6-7pm for a devotion and games!
A 4-WEEK STUDY FROM THE OLD & NEW TESTAMENTS ON IDENTITY
Does life ever feel like a never-ending waiting game? Like you’re always waiting to get a little older, to gain a little more freedom, or to find a little more clarity about your future? When you think about the person you’re becoming and what your future holds, do you ever just want to skip ahead in your story to see how it all turns out, who you’ll become, what you’ll do, or what kind of difference you’ll make? In this four-week series, we’ll talk about all the questions, fear, frustration, and excitement that thinking about our futures can bring. As we explore passages from Ecclesiastes, Revelation, and more, we’ll discover four truths about what God has in store for us: we’re all a work in progress, your purpose is to be like Jesus, God’s plans for you are good, and your next step is to get closer to God.
Join us for contemporary worship in the Sanctuary at 9:15 then come hang out with your small group in the Student Lounge at 10:15!
ON THE FLIP SIDE:
A 4-WEEK STUDY FROM THE PROPHETS & GOSPELS ON JUSTICE
When Jesus was on earth, he wasn’t exactly known for telling people what they wanted to hear. Jesus’ message was unlike any message people had ever heard before. He didn’t give shallow motivational speeches or feel-good sermons. He didn’t recycle the same messages other religious leaders were teaching. He flipped people’s ideas about God, the world, and themselves completely upside down — usually in uncomfortable ways. And that’s always how God’s words have worked! In this four-week series, we’ll compare Jesus’ words in the Gospels with the words of the Old Testament prophets to see how God’s words have always challenged our understanding of what’s wrong or right, good or bad, and just or unjust. We’ll talk about how, both then and now, God flips our assumptions about who God values, our definition of righteousness, our understanding of what’s good enough, and our definition of justice.