HAPPY TURKEY WEEK!
We hope that this week is filled with thanksgiving to the Lord for all that He has done! Enjoy your much-needed break and time with family.
We will be out of the office from Wednesday to Sunday! We will have normal programming for both Collide and Impact this coming Sunday!
IMPACT FALL RETREAT
This is the FINAL WEEK to sign up for the Impact Fall Retreat!
December 1st-3rd is approaching quickly and with each day our team grows more and more excited for this wonderful retreat!
It is not too late to sign up and join us for a great time of food, fellowship, and fantastic growth in community and Christ!
Click the button below to sign up!
IMPACT FAMILY TIME
Our Truth is Truth series has come to a close. We have spent the past 6 weeks engaging in conversation about sex, gender, The LGBTQ+ community, and our response, as Christians.
It has been a great learning experience for all who have been involved!
Last night we capped off the series with a panel discussion.
The panel was indeed filmed so if you missed it we will be sure to have the recording up soon!
In the meantime, if you have missed any of the sermons for this series follow the link below to watch them. We hope that you find the sermons to be a blessing and a great educational tool.
COLLIDE FAMILY TIME
This week was a great week for Collide!
We were led in worship by Collide Leader, Rachel Ford, and two Collide students, Talia Cole and Ife Oshunniyi! Being led in worship by our students is always a wonderful experience! Seeing the students grow in their abilities and love for the Lord makes all our work worth it!
We then heard from one of our Impact leaders, Drew Anderson, out of the book of 1 Peter.
Drew brought us a challenge from 1 Peter 2:13-26 on obeying the authorities God has placed in our lives whether we agree with them or not.
Drew challenged the students to question whether they are obeying the authorities God has placed in their lives.
It was a challenging and needed message.
This week talk with your student about how they view “Authority” in general. Whether they love or loathe authority. Ask them why! Then dialogue with your student about how to right view and respond to the auhtority figures in their life!