During Middle school (5th-8th grade) we know it’s a chaotic environment for students due to new school environments, competitive sports, all kinds of new things happening to them and their thinking changes about who they are and trying to figure out who they are. They’re capable of owning their relationship with Jesus. On Sunday morning we want to challenge them with their relationship Jesus, family, and friend.
We have services at the Fairfield Township location at the 9 o'clock and 11 o'clock service downstairs in the Youth Room. Below is a description of our current series.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever wanted to scream, “You’re not the boss of me!” (You can also raise your hand if you have, in fact, actually screamed it.) Especially when we’re teenagers, we tend to push back on the people, places, and things that control and hold authority over us. But here’s the catch: whether we admit it or not, we’ve all given someone (or something) control of our lives. In this 4-week series, we will challenge students to consider who, or what, they’ve allowed to be their boss. Because whether it’s the god of me, the god of stuff, the god of worry, or the god of obsession, we all know what it’s like to have an authority problem.