Series for Spring 2018

Below is a view of what series we will be going through over the next year. We offer this to parents as a tool to be able to bring up conversations with their students in order for them to influence the Gospel not just at church but also in the home. 

 
 

JUNCTION | JANUARY

A 2-WEEK SERIES ON HURT

Life can often be a difficult journey. Sometimes it's difficult because of the choices we've made, but other times it's difficult because of circumstances beyond our control. In this 2-week series, you'll challenge students to look at their pain in a new way. By studying the book of Exodus and the stories of Moses and the Israelites, you'll help them see that God can turn their pain into progress by growing them, preparing them, purifying them, and uniting them.

 

MAKE IT A HABIT | FEBUARY

A 3-WEEK SERIES ON SPIRITUAL HABITS

If you’re an adult, the idea of spiritual habits is probably pretty familiar to you. Spiritual disciplines, quiet time, devotions — whatever you call it, you’ve probably established at least a few rhythms that help you grow spiritually. (Or, at least, you’re working on it.) The teenagers in your ministry, on the other hand, might need a little help from you to figure out how, exactly, to grow spiritually. So in this 3-week series, you’ll help your students discover four habits that can help them grow spiritually. The four habits we’ll cover are Spending Time with God, Spending Time with Others, Sharing Your Story, and Using Your Gifts. By introducing these habits to your students now, you’ll help set them up for a lifetime of spiritual growth.

 

MORE LIFE | MARCH

A 2-WEEK SERIES ON EASTER

Sometimes, life can be pretty brutal. Just when we think life will leave us feeling happy and satisfied, it ends up leaving us feeling emptier than ever before. Just imagine the emptiness Jesus’ followers must have felt when, after all His promises of what was to come, Jesus was crucified. In this 2-week series, you’ll help students see that, while life here on earth can often leave us empty, Jesus came to give us a new kind of life — more life, in fact, than we could ever imagine.

 
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MODERN FAMILIES | APRIL

A 4-WEEK SERIES ON FAMILY

It should only take a quick look around to realize there are no perfect families (not even in the Bible) but that doesn’t stop us from worrying about our families’ quirks, flaws, and shortcomings. In this 4-week series, you’ll challenge students to give their families grace, seek resolution to their conflicts, trust God through difficult transitions,and to treat more friends like family.

 

RESTORED | JUNE

A 3-WEEK SERIES ON EVANGELISM

With so many incredible stories to explore in the Bible, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that God has been telling one singular story since the beginning of time, from His creation, to our sin, to the good news of Jesus, to our mission today. In this 3-week series, you’ll help students discover the big story of God, their place in that story, and how they can share that story with others.

 

WRONG... RIGHT? | July

A 4-WEEK SERIES ON JUSTICE

There are injustices all around us. We see injustice in big ways, in small ways, in the world around us, and in our own experiences. In this 4-week series, you’ll help students see that God cares deeply about fighting injustice. Then you'll help them discover how they can respond in Jesus’ name to the injustices they find in their lives, their world, and even in their own hearts.

 
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THE UNTOUCHABLES

A 4-WEEK SERIES ON JESUS

Jesus did and said some pretty controversial things during His ministry, like the way he chose to spend time with the kind of people other people usually avoided. Whether it was sick people, different people, poor people, or unlikeable people, Jesus surrounded Himself with people others wouldn’t touch. In this 4-week series, you’ll challenge students to see, serve, embrace, and love others the way Jesus saw, served, embraced, and loved them.