On Wednesday nights from 7pm-9pm we gather at the Grace Bible Church campus for fellowship, games, worship, teaching, and small groups! Our summer series is Teach Me Your Paths. We hope to equip the students to seek the path of the Lord, connecting to the hope in Jesus Christ.  We will start the near year with our Fruit of the Spirit teaching series.

Our small groups are based on grade and gender. They are a led by amazing leaders who are highly relational and committed to creating lasting relationships with the students in their group. These small groups meet after the teaching moment on Wednesdays to discuss the message, laugh together, cry together, encourage each other, and pray for each other. They are always open to new students, so have your student join us this coming Wednesday!

9th Grade …

The phase when nothing friendships shift, grades count, and interests change so often your teenager has to explain, “This is me now.”

10th Grade …

The phase when everybody else can … nobody else has to … and your resolute teen will push you to answer, “Why not?”

11th Grade …

The phase when there’s less drama, more stress, and your very busy teenage answers all your questions with, “Just trust me.”

12th Grade …

The phase when your emerging adult pulls away, gets closer, does things for the last time, and you both start asking, “What’s next?”

Each phase of a kids life provides specific challenges and opportunities we want to engage together; to meet you and your kids right where you are. We want to make sure we’re asking the most significant questions for kids according to their age and stage, and challenge them to trust Jesus into their futures with all their heart, soul, and strength. We deeply want to help you win at home the rest of the week as well, providing simple and effective parenting cues on a consistent basis.

We will step alongside you as you fuel your student’s passion so that they will keep pursuing authentic faith and discover a personal mission. As a parent of a high school student, your role is to mobilize their potential. Every phase is a timeframe in a kid’s life when you can leverage distinctive opportunities to influence their future. It’s just a phase … don’t miss it!