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Youth Group for Grades 6-12
Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:30pm
Meets in the Youth Room (Room 12/13)
A typical night includes a worship time, teaching time, Growth Group time, and game time. Please join us!
While Covid safety measures are needed, we will rotate every other week between Middle School (grades 6-8) large group and High School (grades 9-12) large group. While one group has their large group at the church, the other group will meet in their growth groups, and vice versa. Please click the calendar for a more detailed schedule.
Youth Sunday School
Sundays, 10:05 – 11:00 am
All Youth (Grades 6-12), Room 12/13
The youth ministry of Ebenezer Bible Fellowship Church seeks to help students (grades 6-12) bring glory to God by being what He wants them to be and by doing what He wants them to do. We utilize a team of caring adults and college students who disciple students through small groups and other avenues both within and outside of regular youth activities.
Fall 2020 Series:
The Book of Ruth is one of the greatest love stories recorded in Scripture. The Lord takes a foreigner from a wicked land and brings her to a place of restoration and healing in the land of God. Her life and her story are redeemed as the Lord provides a kinsmen redeemer to bring her into the very lineage of Christ. While this is a beautiful story of love and sacrifice it is simply reflective of a greater love story, an eternal love story. The Book of Ruth is ultimately intended to draw our attention to the eternal love story of our Savior.
Lesson 4 Summary: What Will Happen Next? (12/1/20)
Lesson 5 Summary: A Tale of Two Men (http://aplaceforyou NULL.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/The-Book-of-Ruth-A-Tale-of-Two-Men-Lesson-Summary NULL.pdf)(1/20/21)
Lesson 6 Summary: Transformed By the Gospel (http://aplaceforyou NULL.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/The-Book-of-Ruth-Transformed-by-the-Gospel-Lesson-Summary NULL.pdf) (2/16/21)
Summer 2020 Series:
Lesson 1 Summary: I AM Series: Intro (6/16/20)
Testify: Josh Gummo (6/4/20)
Testify: Swannie Griffin (5/26/20)
Testify: Caleb Edmunds (5/20/20)
Testify: Aubrey Yeager (5/20/20)
Testify: Salem Hatungimana (5/15/20)
Testify: Bobby G. (5/15/20)
Testify: Elizabeth Hutchinson (5/12/20)
Testify: Eloge Kalubi (5/12/20)
Testify: Heather Hunsberger (5/12/20)
Testify: Clarisse Irampaye (5/11/20)
Testify: Kemi Adedoyin (5/11/20)
Testify: Jonathan Wieand (5/4/20)
Testify: Ben Holwick (5/4/20)
Testify: Naomi Brimer (4/29/20)
Testify: Stephen Hard (4/28/20)
Testify: Kyle Ebel (4/27/20)
Psalm 117: (4/15/20)
Psalm 22: (4/8/20)
Psalm 21: (4/5/20)
Psalm 8: (4/3/20)
Psalm 69: (3/31/20)
Psalm 16: (3/29/20)
Psalm 34: (3/27/20)
Psalm 13: (3/25/20)
Psalm 112: (3/22/20)
Psalm 146: (3/20/20)
Psalm 46: (3/18/20)
Spring 2019 – Spring 2020:
Unfortunately this series was shortened and remains incomplete due to the Covid epidemic.
The greatest temptation in all our lives is to remove Christ from His throne and insert ourselves. Satan’s temptation in the Garden suggested that we “would be like God” and we’ve struggled ever since. The author of Hebrews goes to great lengths to prove Christ’s superiority over all things while also challenging us to continue to keep Christ in His position as Lord of our Life. As we engage the book of Hebrews we will be challenged to “place Christ upon the throne” of our lives. We must surrender all that we hold in higher regard, humble ourselves of our pride and arrogance, and embrace Christ as Lord.
Lesson 1 Summary: Jesus is Better Than… (4/16/19)
Lesson 4 Summary: Radical Transformation (5/14/19)
Lesson 7 Summary: Running Toward Rest (9/10/19)
Lesson 8 Summary: Deciding to Commit (9/17/19)
Lesson 10 Summary: Milk or Meat (10/8/19)
Lesson 12 Summary: Faithful and Forever (10/22/19)
Lesson 13 Summary: A Partial Picture (10/29/19)
Jan. 15, 2019 – Mar. 19, 2019
The story of Jonah is likely one familiar to many, both inside and outside of the church. However, most often the focus is on Jonah’s fantastical deliverance through a “great fish”. Much time has been spent debating the “scientific” validity of such an event, which unfortunately, draws our attention away from a much more fantastic story about a loving and abundantly gracious God. As we prepare to dive, pun intended, into the book of Jonah, my prayer is that God would open our eyes to the deep, I did it again, truths about God’s love and grace. The story of Jonah is really a story about God. The story of Jonah is a picture of a much greater story to come. The story of Jonah is all about grace for the graceless.