What you need to know for the retreat

Getting yourself or your son/daughter ready for retreat along with everything else in life can be a crazy ordeal. So, we’ve done our best to put all of the most critical information you will need leading up to the retreat all in one place.

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Preparing Your Heart for Retreat

A farmer wouldn’t just cast seeds on hard uncultivated ground. A writer outlines a book plot. A cook purchases the necessary ingredients for the big meal. Priming your spirit for spending time with God and preparing to hear from Him at retreat this year is vital and here are some steps that can help you be ready for what the Lord wants to do in you and through you at this year’s Youth winter Retreat.

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Darrell Chambers
JHI Small Groups // Teaching Application

Small groups are one of our favorite parts of services - they’re a time to go deep, get real, and support each other. Read about what our junior high leader, Jazmin Kennelly, did with her small group in a teaching-application activity this last Wednesday…

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The Hueys // Winter Retreat Talent Show

After taking a break from them for a few years, the famous retreat talent show will be back at this year’s winter camp!  And unlike past talent shows, this one will be a full-out competition called “The Hueys” where we will be giving out actual awards to those who our judges feel deserve them.

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Looking Back at 2018

This year has been filled with a lot of familiar things and a lot of new things, but we are thankful that the faithfulness and grace of God remains steadfast through it all.

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Renovating the Youth Rooms

Here at in the Youth Ministry we strive to give our best to the Lord because of all He has given us! One way we aim to glorify Him is through our creativity and design. Recently we have made renovations to beautify both the Youth & Jr. High rooms. 

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I want to hear from you

In Proverbs 11:14 it says, "Where no counsel is, the people fall: but in the multitude of counsellers there is safety."It is not only important to hear many voices, but to also see from a different perspective. Even more so in the body of Christ, we need each other and no part can say to another,"I have no need of you".

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Josh Terada
A call to pray

God has put it on my heart tonight to ask for prayer on behalf of the Jr. High & High School students of our Youth ministry. Week in & week our leaders come along students who are struggling with addictions, depression, backsliding, among many other things. And there are also students who are growing the gifts God has given them, sharing the gospel, and giving themselves to the work of God. 

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We believe in prayer, so we do it a lot!

Jesus said in Matthew 21 that His house is to be a house of prayer. So, one of our major objectives this year is to make prayer something we do a lot of. This past Midweek service our High School group took time to pray together. These times are so important and powerful for us.

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What To Do When Things Aren't Going Great

“I suck at being a mom” It was the text I sent to my husband on a Friday morning. It was only 5:35 am and I felt like a miserable failure to my boys.
I’ve been a mom for 24 years and I’ve had some glorious days where I, in fact, have been “Super mom” You know her right? The cape flapping in the wind, a giant M on her chest. The power stance, hands on hips, shoulders back, head high. I’ve been amazing. 

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The Sound of Depth | Spotify

June's playlist is one that beckons the listener to be rooted in God. In whatever stage of life, whether trial or great joy, each song ministers to the heart to deepen their roots in the promises of God. Being rooted is not simply knowing who God is personally, but trusting in him intentionally.

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The Journey Is Too Much

Elijah had just achieved a great victory on Mount Carmel, now he was thoroughly drained in body and soul.The devil, who delights in attacking us when we are vulnerable, took full advantage of the situation through Jezebel's threat to kill Elijah. Exhausted and discouraged, Elijah sat down and prayed that it all would end. "I have had enough Lord," he said. "Take my life." (1 Kings 19:4)

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