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FUGE- Info about the 2015 Summer Student Camp

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FUGE (a Lifeway ministry) is a week long camp for Middle and High School students.  There are locations all over the US throughout the summer.  The week is filled with fun recreational activities, Bible study, and worship!  It is really a blast and a life changing week with other students in God’s word!

Details for the University Hills FUGE Summer Camp:

  • Dates: July 6-11, 2015
  • Location: North Greenville University (7801 North Tigerville Road, Tigerville, SC 29688)
  • We will leave on a bus from UHBC on Monday July 6 at 10:15am and return on Saturday July 11 at 1:00pm.
  • Cost: $280 Total ($50 deposit due in January 2015 to the UHBC Office or Cindy Behling)
  • The FUGE form (available after January 15) must be notarized and submitted with a copy of your insurance card (if available)
  • Students have the choice of either Mfuge or Centrifuge.  The only thing this changes is for Mfuge the student leaves for part of each day on a team to do a local mission project in the city (the student chooses their mission tract: working with children, construction, evangelism, etc).  Centrifuge students will be doing recreation and tract times (dozens of options) while Mfuge students leave campus with their team.  Please indicate MFUGE or Centrifuge when deposit is turned in.
  • Follow @UHBCFUGE on Twitter!
  • We are still in need of adult leaders to chaperone so if you are a parent and would like to go as an adult chaperone please email

Want a 30 second snapshot of a week at camp?


“Jesus Is My Life” Student Series Starts This Wednesday!

Describe your life in a sentence.  What is your life all about?  What motivates you?  What helps you?  What are you building your life on?  What are your dreams and passions?  What did you wake up thinking about this morning?  There is only one person big enough and worthy enough to be your everything.  Can you say this: “Jesus is my life“?  

I want to invite all middle and high school students to join me as we study Romans 12 together on Wednesday nights at 6:15.  The aim of this study is to answer the question: “What does it look like when Jesus is our everything?”


Calling All Parents of Students!!!


Parents: reFresh Fellowship

Sunday, April 6 @ 4pm

Calling all parents of youth!  Come to the Student Center next Sunday to enjoy some time…
•Being refreshed as we rest in the Gospel together
•Getting to know other parents while we munch on some snacks
•Discussing ways the Student Ministry can partner with you in discipling your students
•Hearing about where we’ve been and where we’re going
•Finding out ways you and your student(s) can get plugged in
It’ll be refreshing! You’ll definitely want to be there! See you then!

DNOW2014: March 14-15

DNOW is a FREE event where students come together and have a good time going deep in God’s word! This year it is for any Middle School, High School, or College student interested!

The theme is CITIZENS: Gospel-Centered Unity. We will be studying the book of Philippians through the weekend to see what it has to teach us about “living as citizens of the Gospel of Christ” (Philippians 1:27).

Even though this event is free we need you to sign up so we know how many to prepare for! Think you’ll come? Register right here… It’ll take less than a minute!

UHBC Student Ministry: January 2014

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Wednesdays at 6:15pm in Ignite on January 15, 22, and 29th we will be studying what the Bible says about Heaven, Hell, and the Return of Christ.  The aim of this study is that students would live here and now with an eternal perspective.
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Every Sunday at 9:15am the students and their leaders gather in the Student Center and study the Bible in small groups.  This is a great way for students to get plugged into the student ministry and the Bible.  We are using the Gospel Project as the curriculum for these small groups.  More info about the Gospel Project can be found at
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DNOW weekend is approaching fast!  Set aside this weekend to join the youth in seeking the Lord together.  If you are a parent interested in hosting students in your home this weekend please email Bo at!
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FUGE is a great summer camp when students dive deep in God’s word and fellowship. This year we will be attending the July 7-12th camp at North Greenville University.  The cost is $300, with the first $50 being due in January as a deposit.  Your spot will not be guaranteed unless the deposit is paid in January.  Please turn in your money to Cindy Behling.  If you would like to receive a scholarship please talk with Bo or email him at


December Events for Students

Upcoming events to help students worship, connect, serve, and go!

December 8 (Sunday): Serve the Empty Stocking Fund at Kannapolis YMCA from 12-3:30pm lunch is provided. Contact Tammy Campbell if you’d like to be a driver:

December 8 (Sunday): experience the Light of Christmas worship experience presented by the adult and youth choir at 6pm!

December 11 (Wednesday): No ignite– come to Hope Haven (3815 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28206) at 7pm as the choirs serve the Gospel in song to those gathered!

December 13 (Friday): Christmas parties! Get in touch with your Bible Study leader for details. Contact info here!

December 18 (Wednesday): Ignite of Worship. We’re going to spend the time together lifting our voices in worship to Jesus!

December 24 (Tuesday): a family Christmas Eve service at 6:00pm


  • DiscipleNOW Weekend! March 14-16, 2014
  • FUGE: July 7-12, 2014 (note: it is a different week than last year). Cost is $300. The first $50 is due in January as a deposit and must be turned in to be signed up. If the cost is an issue please let me know, scholarship money is available.

Get Pumped: Squat Time!

The first spiritual discipline we covered in Ignite was the personal Bible study and prayer time commonly referred to as a “quiet time”.  For a number of reasons I have recently chosen to call this time “Squat Time”.  So as you prepare to do some squats to grow in godliness here’s some things to keep in mind:

2 Timothy 3:16-17 says that “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for… training in righteousness.”  The Bible, which is more accessible now than ever, can start to feel quite common place.  However, this book is anything but common.  It is the very words of God which are useful in growing us in Christ-likeness!  Approach your squat time with anticipation and awe!

What should you do during your squat time?  Here’s a sample squat time that I have found very beneficial:

  • Pray: ask the Lord to speak to you and use His word in your life
  • Write: make a list of who/what you’d like to pray for (but don’t pray through the list yet)
  • Read: work your way through the passage for the day (Discipleship Journal Bible Reading Plan is a helpful tool… there’s an app too)
  • Circle Key Words: highlight connecting words like “therefore”, thoughts about God, various commands and promises, etc…
  • Write: slow down and write out a verse(s) that stand(s) out in your reading, think through what this means in context and how it applies
  • Pray: go back to your list and pray for the people/things with the application of the passage in mind

I’m trusting the Lord to use His word in our lives to make us like Christ!  Get started, don’t give up, keep your eyes on the goal, and have your hope securely anchored in Jesus alone as your Savior and the One who gives you power to have a squat time and grow in godliness through it!

“And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another.  For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit.”  2 Corinthians 3:18