Hello! We are so glad you are here. Below you’ll find and overview on our current Wednesday Night teaching series. If you ever have any questions about what we are teaching or simply want to talk about it please contact a staff person, we’d love to meet with you in person!
In this series, we’ll discover that God’s heart is for us to live free from the things that keep us stuck. We’ll see that God has the power to get us unstuck and move us forward in the story He’s writing for our lives.
WEEK ONE (October 4)
Scripture: Acts 15:36-40 & 2 Timothy 4:11
Bottom Line: You’re not as stuck as you think you are.
Summary: Have you ever felt stuck in a relationship? Whether it’s with a friend, teammate, boyfriend, or girlfriend, it’s hard to find a way to change a relationship when we feel stuck. As we look at the friendship between Paul and Barnabas in the Bible, we’ll learn what we can do in relationship when we feel stuck.
October 11th – Fall Break / No Wednesday Night
WEEK TWO (October 18)
Scripture: Ecclesiastes 3:1-8
Bottom Line: This isn’t as forever as it feels.
Summary: Sometimes feelings seem like they’ll last forever. When we’re stressed out, upset, angry, or sad, it’s hard to believe we’ll ever be able to feel differently. This week Solomon – the wisest guy who ever lived – reminds us that with God’s help, we have the power to get our minds and emotions unstuck.
WEEK THREE (October 25)
Scripture: Ephesians 4:22-23 & 2 Timothy 1:7
Bottom Line: Ask God to change your mind in the moment.
Summary: A bad habit or negative pattern of behavior can impact your life in ways you might not even realize. But how do we break free from the habits we’re stuck in? This week we’ll discover that changing our behavior and breaking bad habits starts by asking God to change our minds.
Parents for practical ways to connect with your student over the next several weeks while we’re in this series check out our parent cue sheet.
This series has daily devotionals for you and your student to read together each day. Download the Daily Devotionals.