The cheer of the crowd at the game. Some people are fair-weather fans, but a fanatic is someone who cheers with all their heart and never wavers supporting their team through the wins and the losses. A fanatic is someone who is extremely dedicated and who receives great enjoyment about giving it their all. What…

Do you often feel like your student is always face-first on their phone? According to GenZ research by Google*, getting a smart phone is now a more signficant life event to most teenagers than even getting a license or graduating high school. A big part of that is social media, and that is why we…

What we are learning: All Access This is our MSM Small Group series immediately following Easter this year (April22-May7, 2017). At concerts there is also a velvet rope that only special people will all-access passes can cross. Maybe you’ve felt the same way when it comes to God. Sure, you come to church and sing…

What we are learning: Stepping Up* There are moments in life where we have two choices: either step up to the opportunity or step back and miss it altogether. This was exactly where a man named Joshua found himself in the Old Testament. Joshua didn’t just believe in God, He believed God was there with…

What we are learning: Google God As your students grow in their own faith, they will have many questions. We’ve taken three BIG questions your students asked and are going to talk about how the Bible addresses them: Is it ok to doubt God sometimes? How do I know I’ll go to heaven and not…

For the first three weekends this November, middle school student small groups will be in our “Me*” teaching series. In spite of our best efforts, we can’t stop pain and loss from entering our kids’ lives. What happens when your kids’ crush asks someone else to the dance or they make a D in math?…