Fuel is required to survive. And as life comes at each of us 1,357 mph, we know our fuel supply quickly evaporates. We need more.
We must ReFuel. Or risk dying on the road.
And, at Ignition, we REALLY believe that middle school small group gatherings are absolutely life giving and death defeating.
Knowing Jesus personally and forming spiritual friendships allows each of us to be changed. Our small groups create an environment of acceptance, loving honesty and biblical truth. We focus on really diving into God’s word and learning how to explore and study on our own, believing that this prepares us for a long, healthy and authentic spiritual journey.
Our leadership team is rolling out an incredible curriculum from YouthMinistry360 called The Thread.
The Thread will completely change how your student sees the bible in two very specific ways.
First, your student will learn the big-picture story of Scripture. So many of us simply don’t have a grasp of the narrative of the Bible. Key characters. Key events. Few of us understand how these elements fit into the story of God and His people. The Thread aims to change this.
Second, your student will learn what the Gospel is, and how it literally courses through the narrative of the Bible. Not only will your student learn the story of the Bible, but they will see that it is a story of unfailing love, as God seeks from the beginning of Creation to draw humankind to Him through the grace of the Gospel.
In addition, this year, we will have three very specific types of groups:
Designed for our brand new 6th grade students. Each gender specific group has dedicated leaders, a flexible schedule and loads of interactive challenges.
7th and 8th graders will find themselves challenged to go a little further and a little deeper in their gender specific groups.
This co-ed group is limited in size and is available by sign-up only. The curriculum is intensified; there will be homework and a devotional. Don’t worry – this isn’t AP Calculus. This group is designed to help students take personal responsibility for their spiritual health and maturity.
So, please be sure to sign up your student here and be sure to indicate whether or not they would like to consider the Growth group.