Jr. High and High School students have a place to call home and belong here at Meadowbrook. Everything we do helps to equip your teen for the road ahead and point them towards Jesus! Building a faith that lasts, that’s what we are all about.
What is YOUR Spiritual Gift?
According to Jeff Carver of the Spiritual Gifts website, “God has given each believer a spiritual gift that He wants us to use for His glory . . .” “He not only wants us to know our spiritual gifts, but He expects us to grow in them each day.” “You may already know what your spiritual gifts are. But, if you don’t, or just want to clarify what they are, we have both adult and youth spiritual gifts tests to help you find out. These tests do not guarantee what gifts you have, but they are helpful tools for you to get an idea of how you are gifted. We encourage you to take the test . . .”
Go to Spiritual Gifts Test Youth Version to proceed. Complete the form, submit, and answer the questions as instructed. Be aware that there are 105 questions, so be sure to allot time to complete the questionnaire.
Meadowbrook Christian Church is hosting the 4th Annual Scrapbooking Crop on Sat., Sept. 16. It is open to the people at Meadowbrook and to the community. Proceeds will benefit the Teen Ministries here at Meadowbrook. Details are in the Scrapbooking Crop Registration Form.
Teens – volunteer to help at this event by contacting Cindy Gerstenlauer.
Orange Curriculum is for the whole church family. Nathan North, Family Life Minister, says “I don’t simply want to print different lessons, I want to make it all inclusive”.
If you are looking for a way to get involved, consider talking to Nathan or sending him an email at email@example.com. He will be posting specific job descriptions with places for everyone, from greeters to game players, teachers, singers, actors, even people who are just there to corral kids and make sure we don’t have any wanderers. According to Nathan, “This could be a way for all of us to come together as a church and tell our stories to our kids, show them our faith instead of trying to dictate what theirs should be.”
Sunday Teen Bible Study Class (grades 7 to 12) – 9:30 a.m.
We offer a class first hour on Sunday morning which challenges our teens to grow.
Youth Group (grades 7 to 12) – Sundays from 2-3 p.m.
Youth group meets for Bible study and activities, led by Nathan North, Family Life Minister. Summer activity times vary.
Youth Mid-Week (grades 7 to 12) – 7:00 p.m.
We are offering a Bible Study Wednesday nights to be more intentional about building community. Dismissed for the summer.
Lake James Christian Camp and Retreat Center. The camp schedule is posted on their website www.ljca.org.