Don’t forget, If you have a student going into the 6th grade through 12th grade for the 2018/19 school year, please RSVP for the Parent Vission BBQ!
There are some exciting changes happening in CVCYouth this upcoming year. CVCYouth will start looking a little differently as we step into a new season of ministry! We want you to be informed but more importantly we want you to be a part of it!
On May 30th at 7:00PM in the Lower Level of CVC, CVCYouth will be hosting a Parent Vision BBQ for ALL parents! Come enjoy a good meal, meet other parents, and learn about what to expect this upcoming year. We truly believe this event is one that needs to be on your calendar!
To register please click the link below! We hope to see you there!
Summer Sessions are almost here!
May 27th will be the last night of Impact, and it will be moved to Sunday Mornings at 9:30 in the Lower Level room 100.
Summer Sessions will begin June 17th and will go through to the end of August.
We will be discussing the book of Proverbs throughout the summer, and how it applies to our lives today.
We look forward to seeing your student(s) this summer!!
Did you know there are exactly 62 days until Summer camp?! We are pretty excited about it!
We truly believe that Frontlines is one of the best events that your student can attend this summer. Yes, we have a ton of fun (I mean, it’s summer camp!). The week will be filled with blobbing, swimming, horseback riding, paintball, and team games! However, we also heavily emphasize spiritual growth. We will spend the week encouraging and challenging students to pursue Christ above all else! Please consider making this week a priority for your student, you won’t regret it.
To learn more information, to register, or to apply for a scholarship, follow the links below!
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This week in Collide, Sophia Stanczak, one of the seventh grade lifegroup leaders, answered four VERY big questions!
The four questions Sophia addressed were:
1. Will God Forgive Me?
2. How does God Save us?
3. Why did God let Jesus die?
4. How does Christ’s blood cleanse us?
To answer those questions she showed the students the 3 circles method. This method walks through how to explain the Gospel.
In the first circle we see God’s Design, but because of sin we move into the second circle, Brokenness.
Sophia asked the students for examples of brokenness. The students said fear, worry, depression, disasters, and sadness.
The third and final circle is THE GOSPEL. However, in order for us to get from Brokeness to the Gospel we must repent and believe.
For those who repent and believe, they then take the steps to recovering and pursuing God’s original design.
However, Sophia made the point that we only live in 2 circles. Either Brokennes where we have not repented and believed, or The Gospel where we have repented and believed. There is no other one.
She then challenged the students to think about what circles they find themselves in and why.
Take time this week and talk to your student(s) about the 3 circles, and which one they find themselves in.
As the school year is coming to a close we have found that the students are overwhelmed by school and work, so we wanted to take time this week to give them a break.
We went outside and enjoyed the beautiful weather! We had a great time worshiping, playing games, and meeting new people!
Pastor Joe Valenti shared a little bit of his testimony, and spoke briefly out of Galatians 6. He had the students think of what type of meal they would want if it was their last day on Earth. The students then had to walk around and share with people they had not met before.
With the hustle and bustle of graduations, finals, work, etc. take time this week to go outside and enjoy some family time!