Fuse family ministries was born out of the idea that we want to see the next generation fused to Christ. We want to see the next generation so obsessed with Christ that every area of their lives are connected to Him. One of the most beautiful definitions of what it means to be a Christian is what the apostle Paul wrote when he declared that we have been joined (fused) to Christ. Being fused to Christ means more than joining His team. It means that we surrender our lives and live for someone greater. Being fused to Christ means more than just a joining a church. Its realize that we are better together. Being fused to Christ means more than just knowing the Bible. It means becoming like Jesus. Being fused to Christ means that we can’t pick and choose when we want to be a Christian. It means living a life of ministry.
YOUR WORD IS TRUTH
SUNDAY | 9:45AM (SEPTEMBER - MAY)
Join us on Sunday mornings as we travel through Your Word Is Truth. This study is to help youth see life through the Truth of Scripture. The goal of this study is that, through the work of the Holy Spirit, the authoritative Truth of the Bible might be understood and embraced so students may see and interpret all of life through the Truth of Scripture. Our hope is that students would not be conformed to the thinking of this world, but be transformed by the renewal of their minds, that by testing they might discern what is good and acceptable (Romans 12:2).
SUNDAY NIGHT | 6:00PM (SEPTEMBER - NOVEMBER)
When Jesus says, “Follow Me,” it’s not an invitation to say a prayer, it’s a summons to lose our lives. Pastor David Platt challenges the traditions of cultural Christianity and reintroduces us to Jesus and His most simple request: Follow Me. (The cost for this study is $13.00 per student).
WEDNESDAY | 6:30PM - 8:00PM (SEPTEMBER - MAY)
This year we are going to be exploring various ways that we can grow in our faith and relationship with God. Through the year, we will be going through mini series to help the students dig deeper into various topics. In addition to the teaching time, students will be involved in small groups to help develop relationships and community.