When: March 13-14, 2015
Where: Calvary Church (Meet and get picked up at UHBC)
What: Awesome weekend with friends diving deep in God’s word! Rush of Fools will be leading in worship and 3 great speakers will be teaching from Daniel on how to boldly stand out for the glory of Jesus. The speakers this year are Leonce Crump, Tony Merida, and Wade Morris. And… we get to stay the night in homes of UHBC families Friday night!
How’s it going down: Show up at UHBC at 5:30pm, we’ll ride with adult leaders to session 1 at Calvary Church, then we’ll go to UHBC host homes to stay the night, we’ll go back to Calvary Church Saturday morning and stay until 4pm, then we’ll head back to UHBC to finish out the evening together and get picked up to go home at a time TBD.
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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?”
Exodus from Liberty University will be leading worship Friday night, Saturday morning, Saturday night, and during the University Hills worship service at 10:30am on Sunday!
Sign up and details: HERE!!!
- Coye Still: he’s a senior at UNCC and will be speaking on Friday night
- Patrick Austin: he’s a senior at ASU and will be speaking to the guys on Saturday morning
- Barry Austin: he’s a member of UHBC and will be speaking to the guys on Saturday morning
- Caitlin Vaverek: she’s a senior at UNCC and will be speaking to the girls on Saturday morning
- Sherra Still: she’s a member of UHBC and will be speaking to the girls on Saturday morning
- Ryan Gloer: he leads FCA at UNCC and will be speaking on Saturday night
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Several people were involved with moving what was movable from the kitchen next to the Fellowship Hall to room 111 (right across from the Student Center). The Wednesday evening meals team provided desserts and drinks last Wednesday with a great crowd attending the fellowship time and “The Story” training in the Student Center.
This Wednesday the usual Wednesday evening meal procedure will pick back up with some delicious BBQ! Come on to the Student Center this Wednesday for some fellowship time and the third installment of the “The Story” training.
… the Word became flesh and dwelt among us,
and we have seen his glory
The glory of gadgets, goodies, and greenery fades in the light of the knowledge of glory of God in the face of Christ. Have you fixed your gaze on Christ this Christmas? Can others see that you are fully satisfied with Him?
Join Coye on the three Sundays leading up to Christmas for messages from God’s word on …
The Two Missions
Sunday, December 8, 2013
You’ve seen His glory in His mission. Can people see His glory in your mission?
How We Became Children of God
Sunday, December 15, 2013
Are you the inexpressibly privileged heir of the glorious King of all Creation? If so, why and how are you? The answer can reignite your love for Jesus.
Grace and Truth through Jesus Christ
Sunday, December 22, 2013
The word of God is the self-expression of God. When God spoke most fully in the word made flesh, here is what we heard: grace and truth! Can you think of anything that you need to hear more?
Would you like to invest 18 weeks mentoring a high school student? Would you like to do a half-marathon? If yes… read the invitation below and contact Kelly Merkl at email@example.com 240-723-6601.
“MGR Youth Empowerment, a non-profit partner of CMS, is looking for teachers and community members to get involved with a new program to the Charlotte area called Team M3. This is a half-marathon training program that recruits students from Vance High School and pairs them with adult mentors that will help them get to the finish line.
Training will officially start Monday November 5th and last for 18 weeks until the North Carolina Half-Marathon in Concord, NC on Sunday March 9, 2014.
Mentor Commitment: Run with mentee a minimum of 1-2 time per week (as your schedule allows); Connect with them via phone or email at least 1 time per week to check in on training progress. There will be organized group runs on Mondays and Tuesdays after-school that mentors can choose to attend if it works with your schedule.
Join us as a mentor and help check “Complete a Half-Marathon” off your bucket list. You will be sent the training plan and after-school group workout information. On the first day of training we will begin to pair mentors with student mentees.”