Sunday, September 18th

Hey Parents!

Wow! Hype 2016 was such a great event! We had students EVERYWHERE! The mood was high energy and fun, the basketball tournaments were tones of fun and the concert was incredible :) Flame was truly genuine and there was such a heart in all of those guys for the Lord. I can't wait for next year!

Thank you to all of you who volunteered! It would have never been quite the success it was without all of you! You were such a blessing to everyone!

Now that that event is past, we are looking forward and what we see is....

SUGAR RUSH: October 26th we will have a HUB night filled with Worship, games, costume contests and, of course, lots of sugar! Have your student start thinking about how they are going to dress!

HIGH SCHOOL RETREAT: November 11-12, 2016 will be our High School Retreat. Students in 9th - 12th grades will meet at the church at 7:30am on Friday morning (school is out that day!) We will be staying at Country Inn and Suites in Cocoa Beach and return at 10pm on Saturday evening.

This is a leadership/training weekend for our High Schoolers where we pray they will grow closer to God and live it out in their schools.

Price and Registration available soon at the Warehouse desk.

Reminder: Please send us your students extracurricular activity schedules! (choir, band, cross country, football, basketball...) We love to see our kids succeeding!

Warehouse Desk: If you need any information regarding your students Connect Group, events, have a friend who needs to be added to the email list, or anything else, this is the place to go!

Also, check out our brand new Church at the Mall Student Ministry website @

One Great Problem

Romans 3:9-12; 19-20 and 23

THE POINT: Without Christ, we are condemned forever.

* What do you see that points to sin as a worldwide problem?

* What are some ways that we try to explain away God's judgments?

* When have you felt the weight or consequence of sin in your own life?

* How will sin keep us from living a life that brings praise to God? 

Discuss the following quote: "As the salt flavors every drop in the

Atlantic, so does sin affect every atom of our nature. It is so sadly there,

so abundantly there, that if you cannot detect it, you are deceived."

LIVE IT OUT: Your student has been encouraged to take practical steps

to take his or her faith and Live It Out in the Personal Study Guide.

Here are some ways you can encourage your students to live out their faith

with Christ personally, in community, and in their culture:


CHRIST: Discuss with your student the consequences of

unconfessed sin and help him or her to confess any sins that still

need to be confessed and then forgiven.

COMMUNITY: Help your student create a list of people that need to

hear the truth of the gospel. Pray with your student for the people

on his or her list.

CULTURE: Discuss ways you and your student can respond to the

sin in the world around you. Some starting questions include: Where

do you see the brokenness of sin in your life? What ways do we try to

deal with sin apart from Christ?