"Parent Cue"

Welcome to the “Parent Cue”. Our goal is to update this page with “prompts” (cues) to help you continue to disciple your student beyond what is being discussed during our weekly Youth Group gatherings. Here you’ll find lesson break-downs and resources. Because really, we know you’re already incredibly busy doing all the things you should do to invest in your kids and to help them on their way to adulthood—and hopefully out of your house. But just because you are really busy doing great things doesn’t mean it’s easy to stay focused on whatever was talked about at church last Wednesday. Thus, the “Parent Cue”. This is just another way we’re striving to partner with you.


Happy New Year! We can't wait to get started on a new year of ministry with you and your teenager. 

Programming Resumes: 
JOLT! (Middle School) | Wednesday, January 8, 6:30-7:45 PM
REMIX (High School) | Sunday, January 12, 7:00-8:30 PM

1.5.20 | HS Service Project
This Sunday HS students will meet at the 4-H building at 2:30 PM to participate in our "Loaves & Fishes" service project. We'll prepare and serve a meal to those in our community who need one. We should be cleaned up and finished by 5:30 PM.

2.22/2.23 | MS Lock-IN
Put it on your calendars - our annual MS lock-in will be Friday, February 22-Saturday, February 23. 



Whether it's Instagram, YouTube, TV, or movies, we are constantly surrounded by "influencers." But in reality, we are all influencers because we all influence others in some way, whether we mean to or not. We're all already influencers, but the question is, "What kind of influencers will we be?" In this teaching series, we'll learn from a few key influencers in the Bible about what real influencers are like. They're humble (not arrogant), chase good (not evil), live small (and dream big), and tell God's story (not just their own).

Do you ever have one of those days when you wonder, "Is this really working? Am I making a difference in my kid's life? Is anything I'm saying sinking in?" Of course you do. And the answer is yes. Even on the difficult days, you are influencing your kid in profound ways. Don't forget it!

Ever noticed how impulsive, risky, and (let's face it) kind of dumb teenagers can be sometimes? Yeah, so have we. That's why we love the book (or audiobook) Born to Be Wild: Why Teens Take Risks and How We Can Keep Them Safe. This book is incredible. Grab a copy.

On a scale of 1-5, how helpful is the "parent cue" We'd love to hear from you.  Give us a 1 if you hate them and a 5 if you love them