The well 

Small Groups 

Wednesdays, starting March 17th to May 19th

Includes:

8 Week Bible Study

Fun Group Nights

Service Nights

Middle School

Middle School

High School

Surrender
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Surrender typically implies weakness, loss and defeat. Can you actually gain something by giving up? Jesus said that the only way to truly live is to fully surrender your life to Him.

In these four challenging youth Bible study sessions, students share real-life stories about their own struggles and triumphs in surrendering to Christ. Francis Chan examines Scripture to show students that it is only through surrendering to God that they can become who God wants them to be.

Decisions
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Teenagers are constantly advised toward one extreme after another. Their parents and teachers likely push them toward maturity and responsibility. Friends usually suggest conformity to peers and pursuing that which will bring the most immediate pleasure. With all of these conflicting views, how does a Christian teenager decide how to live?

In this study, students will be encouraged to make every decision out of a worldview shaped by God's Word and centered around our Savior, Jesus.  Students should abandon the idea that choices made in youth are temporary and meaningless, and instead  to make decisions now that will impact both their lives and God's Kingdom for eternity.

Option A
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4 Weeks

Surrender typically implies weakness, loss and defeat. Can you actually gain something by giving up? Jesus said that the only way to truly live is to fully surrender your life to Him.

In these four challenging youth Bible study sessions, students share real-life stories about their own struggles and triumphs in surrendering to Christ. Francis Chan examines Scripture to show students that it is only through surrendering to God that they can become who God wants them to be. 

Decision

4 Weeks

Teenagers are constantly advised toward one extreme after another. Their parents and

Decisions.jpg

teachers likely push them toward maturity and responsibility. Friends usually suggest conformity to peers and pursuing that which will bring the most immediate pleasure. With all of these conflicting views, how does a Christian teenager decide how to live?

In this study, students will be encouraged to make every decision out of a worldview shaped by God's Word and centered around our Savior, Jesus.  Students should abandon the idea that choices made in youth are temporary and meaningless, and instead  to make decisions now that will impact both their lives and God's Kingdom for eternity.

Option B
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Gospel Above All

8 Weeks

People may think Christianity is dying, but this pronouncement is a little premature. Jesus promised to build His church, declaring that the gates of hell wouldn’t prevail against it. Along with this promise, Jesus gave clear instructions for how the church would overcome. He promised to build it on the rock of the gospel. Together you will examine what it means for believers to place the gospel above all other priorities in our lives and in our churches.


This Bible study will help you:


• Overcome the temptation of worldly distractions and keep your focus on the gospel above all
• Develop a greater awareness and engagement with gospel culture, gospel multiplication, gospel renewal, and gospel unity
• Gain a fresh perspective on the greatness of the gospel above all other preferences and priorities.