Sunday, March 25th

Hello Parents!

Can you believe it is already Easter time!! We are so excited to see students who we haven't seen in a while! Statistically, most people come to church on Easter Sunday and Christmas. So we want to do what we can to make Easter special as people can reconnect with church, reconnect with people, and most importantly reconnect with the Lord! WE NEED YOUR HELP!! Would you consider making a breakfast casserole or bringing a breakfast item on that day? We want to be able to feed every student a good breakfast and enjoy some fellowship as we share the Gospel! It would be such a blessing for everyone to participate in bringing a breakfast item!!!

Love you all tons, and as always please let us know if we can ever be of assistance for you and your students. We are here for you.


These are the big events that are coming up in our student ministry! 
Please go to  for more information!

This amazing trip is this coming Monday through Wednesday over Spring Break! They will be sharing the Good News of Jesus, helping a local church plant, and serving in various other ways in downtown Miami. Please begin praying for these students and leaders going on this trip next week, and for the people they encounter to have soft and receptive hearts to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

  • If your student is going on the trip and you have any questions please look at the Miami information packet HERE or contact Pastor Chad at with any other questions.


  • Tonight is our last message in our Valued series!  Don't miss it!
  • There will be no activities on Wednesday March 28th due to Spring Break.

On Easter Sunday morning in student ministry, we will celebrate with FOOD! WE NEED YOUR HELP!!We are asking all parents and leaders to consider bringing a breakfast casserole or some sort of breakfast item to share! We would love to be able to feed every student that comes to our church! We will be sharing the Gospel so please encourage your students to invite their friends!

Sunday evenings from 6:30 to 8 pm at the Beach home.Contact Katie at (817) 368-9818 with any questions. details can be found HERE.

There will be no Middle School Bible studies on March 25th or the 1st.

This will be a wonderful night for all middle school and high school girls! There will be food, fun, and sweet fellowship! Make plans to be at Girls' Night April 6th! More information can be found HERE.


We are partnering with Orphans Heart and Pastor Sean will be leading this trip with the High School Students! For more info, click HERE.

This year, student fundraising for Vertical Student Camp will look a little different, and we are very excited about the wonderful opportunity this will provide for many of our students to come to camp (Not to mention helping out parents and their wallets!). Students will raise their own funds to go to camp by asking others to consider donating a dollar amount to help them go to camp, which they will signify on the Vertical Camp fundraising card. Parents of students will sign out this card at the Welcome Desk. Click HERE for the info letter and for any questions please come see us at the Welcome Desk in the Student area or email us at

We are going back to New York City this year for the 5th year in a row!! It is an incredible trip that will definitely get you out of your comfort zone! Here are some of the details of the trip...

  • When: July 7th-14th
  • Cost: $975
  • Who: High School students only

Please consider going on this amazing trip! If you have any questions, you can email Luis Ruiz

We love and care about the families in our ministry so deeply, and our heart is to serve you and your family in the best way that we can! If there is anything we can do to help, please feel the freedom to let us know.

Luis and Chad
Colossians 1:28-29


Dear parents,
We’ve will be wrapping up our series focusing on Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection. Each week, our students have examined different passages of Scripture to examine the WHAT and the WHY surrounding Jesus’ crucifixion and His empty tomb.
In this final lesson, we will explore John 20:18-31, which contains eyewitness accounts of what happened after Jesus rose from the dead and appeared to His disciples. We played particular attention to “doubting” Thomas, who refused to believe that Jesus was alive. From our time together, students were encouraged to personally examine how the Resurrection impacts their lives, both now and for eternity.
This week, I encourage you to spend some time talking with your teenager about our lesson. Consider building your conversation around these questions:

  • What would it have been like to be one of the disciples in the locked room when Jesus appeared?
  • Why did John give such graphic details about Jesus’ conversation with Thomas?
  • Why did John choose the events and accounts about Jesus that are in his Gospel?

Have a spectacular week!