Student Ministry

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WHAT IS THE BLENDER ALL ABOUT? In 1 Corinthians 12:24-27, Paul tells the church that "God has BLENDED together the body... Now you are Christ’s body, and each of you is a member of it." We know that students each have different gifts, strengths, frustrations, and joys. This is the reason that we are called the Blender. We are designed to be a place where students in 6th-12th grade do four things: live life together, learn about Jesus, encounter God, and serve others.

Sign up for meals

At the Blender, we believe that sharing a meal together each week is foundational for building relationships. Follow this link to Sign-Up-Genius to sign up and to get meal ideas. Remember that our campus is a peanut free environment and don’t forget a vegetarian and gluten free snack.

Your time and offering to the students and leaders is greatly appreciated! If you have any questions, you can reach Brian at

Whats This Week All About? (March 18th)

Intentionally making ourselves look more like Jesus is a big part of what Sunday night gatherings at the Blender are all about. We explore that by making sure we learn about the importance of regular time with God, being in intentional relationships, and by serving others. This week we will continue in a four week series on knowing God. Each week our students will explore different ways of being able to experience personal time with God.

This week or MAIN IDEA is that PRAYER HELPS US TO KNOW GOD BETTER. Your students will come to see that prayer is more like a conversation they would have with a friend, and not like placing an order at a vending machine. Take a look at Psalm 145:18 and Ephesians 1:15-17. These verses remind us that God is near to everyone who calls on Him-not just good people, perfect people, or people who are really good at praying. Anytime we talk to god, He is close to us and we to Him.

Have a conversation with your student about:

One way to know God better is to talk to Him. Prayer doesn’t have to be a formal, impersonal, one-way conversation. Share with your teenager some of your best practices in creating a healthy prayer-life. If you feel like you’re lacking in this area, talk about ways both of you can improve.

Try this out this week and see how it goes:

It may be challenging for your student to verbalize their thoughts and feelings, especially when put on the spot. Send them a text sometime this week, asking them to think of three ways you can be there for them, where they are, right now. Give them some time to respond.

When they do, affirm their answers and support them in their greatest areas of need.


CHIC 2018 excursion options have been open up to us to register for. However, we have to wait for all registration forms to be in before we can hold spots. The best excursions fill up quick, so if you haven't turned in your form yet, please do so quick!

If you have any questions, or would like to explore opportunities to help support our students, please reach out to Brian at

What does March's Calendar Look Like?


Registration for CHIC is happening now! Head over to the chic2018 card to download the forms and get them into us.

March 18th

Combined Adult Leader and Student Leader meeting at 5pm

Normal Blender 6pm-8pm

March 25th

Student Leader meeting 5pm

Normal Blender 6pm-8pm