Journey El Campo
A place where everyone belongs. High school and middle school students, this is your journey.
Wednesday Night Youth
6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. in the Flec
Welcome to your journey! Every Wednesday night we meet together for food, fellowship, games and a whole lot of Jesus! This semester, we are going through a series called "Own It." This series is all about turning our faith into a personal, well known and lived out faith. It is no longer our parents faith, our pastors faith, or even our church's faith. This is our faith and it's time to own it. Join us this Wednesday and Own your faith this week!
9:30am-10:30am Sunday Morning in the FLEC
the Bible says a lot of things, but sometimes we think the Bible says something that actually isn't found anywhere in scripture. The words we speak say a lot about who we are. So it’s frustrating when someone takes our words and twists them, because it leads people to believe things about us that aren’t true. Likewise, when God is misquoted, it causes people to believe God is someone He is not. Together we will discover the truth about God's word and by doing so, we will grow closer to Him. The closer we are to someone, the more likely we are to recognize their voice.
Student Life Camp 2022
We have an unlikely faith. We take a look at the story of David and we see how at every turn, God responds to us in an unlikely way.
- An Unlikely Choice - From the get go, David was the unlikely choice. He was the youngest of his brothers and the smallest of his brothers. Though others dismissed David, God did not.
- An Unlikely Hope - David vs. Goliath is the first underdog story. David being a teenager with no real weapons, faced down the Philistine giant Goliath and against all odds, succeeded in taking him down. David put his hope in God.
- An Unlikely Response - Amidst all of David's accomplishments, it's easy to forget that even he struggled and wrestled with sin. Through the story of David and Bathsheba, we see that God responds to us in an Unlikely way.
- An Unlikely Love - David shared an unlikely love with his arch rival, the man who was trying to kill him, King Saul's son Jonathan. Through this friendship, we can see how we as Christians should respond and interact with those around us.