Journey El Campo

A place where everyone belongs. High school and middle school students, this is your journey.

Generate Summer Camp

June 26th - June 30th
“For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will find it.” - Matthew 16:25
To be lost is to be unsettled. Disoriented. Uncertain. There are few things more frustrating than knowing there is a destination out there for you but not being able to reach it. But when you discover your way, there is a flood of relief. You exhale, knowing that you are safe. You have arrived. You are no longer lost. Youʼre found.
The Gospel is God going on record as being one who finds. He is a searching God. Through the cross, He reached into the darkness of sin and shined a light that leads the lost safely home. Through Jesus, the lost are found.

Lost and Found will help your students see that we experience separation from God because of our sin. But the fantastic news is that our Father stands ready to extend forgiveness and welcome home the lost. But it doesnʼt stop there. Students will learn that as Christ-followers, our identity is found in the freedom that comes through surrendering to God and His ways. And finally, they'll learn that we were designed for healthy community with other believers who reach out to the lost and celebrate when they come home.

God means for us to be found. It is His great desire. Lost and Found will help students understand this. Once they do, their lives will never be the same.

Coffee Corner

Sunday Mornings @ 9 a.m. in the FLEC
We don't work to be saved; we work because we are saved. But without faith, our works are empty service. and without works our faith is dead. this dynamic relationship is the heart of this study of the Book of James

Faith keeps us humble, not proud; directs us to bless, not to curse; and causes us to show mercy, not judgement. Faith leads us to true religion that extends itself in favor toward others. Faith inspires us to preach the good news to every tribe, tongue, and nation. Faith motivates us to worship our God for all eternity. This is the essential message of James: Faith works.

This study will help students:
Gain a better understanding of the Book of James and apply its practical wisdom.
Learn how to deal with trials and temptations, understanding that enduring adversity ultimately brings joy.
Learn to extend mercy, not harsh judgment, to others.

Wednesday Night Youth

6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. in the FLEC
Life is full of moments when all our hard work to advance or level up suddenly collapses, like a video game where the hero dies, and we're quickly asked, "Continue?"

The OT account of Ezra and the ancient Israelites offers some powerful tips and takeaways about "continuing." As God's people were grateful to come out of captivity in Babylon and return to Jerusalem, when they arrived, they found their homeland in devastation. Who among us can't relate to seeing something in our lives that once was great, has changed for the worse?
In these "game over" moments, God asks the same question of us that He asked of them... "Continue?"

This three-week study will help students see God work to restore and rebuild the Israelite community through Ezra, and how He can restore and rebuild them, too!

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. 

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