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 [email protected]

Whats Happening This Week? (Sept 1st)

No Blender for Labor Day Weekend! Enjoy time with your family and rest!

Check out our video highlighting our Fall program below as well as our August book of the month that we can read together! Click the book image for a link to its Amazon page.

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

Recap Video of Alpine Camp!
Tip of the Month Video!

Parent Book of the Month!

Parent Book of the Month!

“Tozer wrote this book in 1948, but if anything, it is more relevant today.” -- John Piper

What if millions of Christians around the world had the right answers about God but rarely (if ever) worshiped Him? That’s what author and pastor A.W. Tozer asked some 70 years ago when he wrote The Pursuit of God during an all-night train ride from Chicago to a speaking engagement in McAllen, Texas. Tozer began writing early in the evening, had a dinner of toast and tea around 9 p.m., and finished The Pursuit of God at 7:30 the next morning. He had penned a classic. 

“[F]or millions of Christians … God is no more real than He is to the non-Christian,” Tozer wrote. “They go through life trying to love an ideal and be loyal to a mere principle.”

But Tozer -- who spent hours each week praying -- said there is hope for those who hunger for and pursue God: “We need never shout across the spaces to an absent God. He is nearer than our own soul, closer than our most secret thoughts.”

The Pursuit of God is for those who want to know God more -- his holiness, his riches, his love -- and to worship Him as did the saints of Scripture. 

In 10 concise chapters, Tozer explores the “mysterious depths” of God like few authors can while using plain, practical language anyone can understand. Each chapter concludes with a prayer by Tozer and reflection/discussion questions. 

Do you desire to know God? To have inward peace like never before? To see your faith refreshed and renewed? To have your life transformed by a walk with God you didn’t think was possible? 

The Pursuit of God is a life-changing book for lay people, missionaries and pastors alike. It is a book that will challenge you, encourage you and inspire you. It is a book you’ll read again … and again .. and again.