TEEN SERVICES are our Sunday morning Youth Ministry program at GBC.
TIMES- 10:00 and 11:30 am
Teen Services begin with worship from Teen Band, announcements, then a lesson time. For the 10:00 am service, students will go to their elective study. At the 11:30 service, students stay in a large group to go over one lesson together.
Each semester, GBCYM will offer 4 electives for students to choose from for the 10:00 am services. These electives are not meant to be gender or grade specific, but instead meet students where they are in their personal walks with the Lord. Students are not required to stay in an elective but are highly encouraged to find one that they think can stay with throughout the semester.
BIBLE STUDY THROGH JOHN
We all have people in our lives that we are closest to and truthfully know us better than anyone else. In this study through The Gospel According to the Beloved Disciple, we will see the life and ministry of Jesus through his best friend, John.
Recommended for students young in their faith wanting to take that “next step” in their walk with the Lord.
I DON’T HAVE ENOUGH FAITH TO BE AN ATHEIST
In this apologetic study, we will look at some of the scientific evidence which points us to God as the Creator. This is not to say we don’t need faith, but to show that the creation can point us the wonder of God.
Recommended for students who are science minded and looking for answers about God and creation.
DAVE RAMEY’S GENERATION
Dave Ramey’s GENERATIONchange is a student version of his Financial Peace University curriculum. In this elective, we will walk through with students basic money saving techniques and prepare them for the world of finances in front of them.
Recommended for older students who are starting to make money and thinking about life after high school
KINGS AND PROPHETS
In the Old Testament, we know some of the Kings and Prophets, but we don’t typically talk much on their connection to one another. God’s leaders and God’s mouth pieces. Together, could have done great things leading His people, but typically fell short of the mark.
Recommended for students wanting a more challenging Bible study to push them deeper in their walks with God.