I Have Questions
Let’s face it, life isn’t easy. In times of loss, grief, pain, or doubt, it’s normal to have questions — and it’s okay to ask them. If you’ve ever tried to make sense of your circumstances, or wished life didn’t have to hurt so much, or wondered why God won’t fix what you’re going through, you’re not alone. In this 4-week series, we’ll hear about a few people from Scripture who know exactly what it’s like. With Esther, David, Peter, Amos, and John, we’ll explore hard questions you thought you weren’t allowed to ask, like “When people are hurting, where is God? When I’m hurting, why does God feel far away? If God is good, why do bad things happen? And when life hurts, is God listening?"
MS & HS @10:30 AM
The Gathering: On Sunday mornings students grades 5-12 join to share stories of what God is doing among us at 10:30 AM. We typically have games to get everyone warmed up and awake, then we break into our small groups, and share what happened in our week (the whole time on a treasure hunt looking for how God met us in our every day lives), then we enter a time of worship (normally singing), during worship we have a moment of reflection and offer communion to anyone who wants to eat with us, we end with an interactive and energetic message about the work of God in the past from scripture and why it matters now in the every day life of a teenager.
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