412 SUNDAY MORNING
MIDDLE SCHOOL & HIGH SCHOOL | 9:30 AM
Join us each and every Sunday as we journey through the Bible. Our hope is that our morning studies will guide your teens to discover their role in God’s redemptive plan.
SUNDAY MORNING SERIES:
412 YOUTH GROUP
MIDDLE SCHOOL | 5PM-6PM
HIGH SCHOOL | 6PM-7:30PM
All relationships can be tricky, but none seem trickier in high school than the romantic ones. When a relationship moves from “friends” to “more than friends” status, things can get complicated in a hurry. In this series, as we look at what God’s says about how we treat others and how we allow them to treat us, we’ll see that being more than friends doesn’t have to be as complicated as it seems.
Bottom Line: Dating is great, but thinking is better.
Whether you want to date someone or are dating someone, one thing is true: When you’re in high school, dating is on your mind. But for all the time we spend thinking about it, as soon as we actually start dating, the thinking tends to stop. This week, we’ll discover that the best thing we can do for ourselves and our dating relationships is to keep thinking.
Bottom Line: Your perspective is your pick.
Being more than friends with someone—and even the idea of being more than friends with someone—can be an emotional roller coaster at times. But rather than let our feelings and emotions on the inside dictate our actions on the outside, what if you had the power to choose? No matter what is or isn’t happening in your dating life, you have the power to pick your perspective and, with God’s help, that perspective can be joy.
Bottom Line: Getting healthy requires extreme measures.
While we may want to act like pornography doesn’t exist or impact us, the reality is that, between social media, TV, movies, and the Internet, porn has the potential to destroy the health of our relationships. This week, as we look at some wisdom from Jesus Himself, we’ll see that we can keep our lives and relationships healthy by taking extreme steps to fight against the power of pornography.
Bottom Line: A breakup doesn’t have to break you.
Breaking up is hard to do. And whether you’re in a relationship now or will be in one in the future, a breakup is almost inevitable at some point in the future. And while all breakups are difficult, they don’t have to cause permanent damage. This week, we’ll discover that valuing others and ourselves at all times is the key to going through a breakup that doesn’t break you.