Welcome to CCCov High School Student Ministries
If you are in Grades 9-12, we encourage you to get involved in CCCov High School Student Ministries! We invite you to join us for gathered worship on Sunday mornings at 9am or 11:15am in the worship center, and for Sunday School from 10:15-11am in the Crossroads Room. We also host weekly events, High School Sunday Nights, a mix of large group and small groups at 7pm on Sunday evenings. For more information about these events or High School Student Ministries, contact Marty Boeschling, pastor to high school students and families (Email Marty or call the church @ 785.632.5653)
During this semester on Sunday nights, we are so excited to tackle some of the hardest and most un-asked-but-I-really-wanted-to-ask-that questions about faith, Christianity, and God. In doing so, we’ll be utilizing a resource from the Fuller Youth Institute and the Sticky Faith Curriculum. Our desire is to both inform students with answers and prepare students to respond to these and other questions as they get older, graduate, attend college, and beyond!
- January 6 // Can I trust the Bible?
- January 13 // Does the Bible contradict itself?
- January 20 // No High School Sunday Nights
- January 27 // Can I be a Christian and believe in evolution?
- February 3 // Super Bowl Party @ CCCov
- February 10 // Does God discriminate against women?
- February 17 // Is Jesus really the only way to God?
- February 24 // What does the Bible say about being gay?
- March 3 // Does God endorse violence?
- March 10 // GROG (Spring Break)
- March 17 // Is it wrong to doubt God?
- March 24 // Is hell real? How could God send someone there?
- March 31 // Can I do something so bad God won’t forgive me?
- April 7 // Why do bad things happen to good people?
- April 14 // Is sex outside marriage wrong?
- April 21 // No High School Sunday Nights (Easter)
- April 28 // Why is it so awkward to talk about Jesus with my friends?
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