• "Stay excited about your faith as you serve the Lord." Romans 12:11 NIRV

     

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  • WELCOME
     

    This Month's Theme:

    STRETCH

    Learning to Stretch your Faith

    Join us on Wednesdays at 7 pm on Zoom

    Meeting ID: 868 1749 7084

    Passcode: 157953

     

    A 4-WEEK SERIES FROM ROMANS ON SPIRITUAL HABITS

    SERIES OVERVIEW:

    If your faith were a muscle, how flexible would it be? Could it stretch to your knees? Your shins? Your toes? Or are you not sure you even have any faith to stretch in the first place? Just like your body, if you want a faith that is strong, growing, and capable of carrying you through difficult challenges, you’re going to need to stretch it. It might be fun. It might be challenging. But it will definitely be worthwhile. In this series, we’ll discover four ways we can stretch our faith from Paul, the author of the book of Romans, and a man whose life was completely transformed by Jesus. Thanks to Paul’s words, we know we can stretch our faith by making a commitment, by starting something new, and by letting something go. We can even stretch our faith when we feel like we’ve failed.

     

  • THIS WEEK'S VIDEO

  • Connect with Small Groups on Zoom

    Middle School

    (7th & 8th)

    Sundays at 11:30 am

    Meeting ID: 764 1667 3223
    Passcode: ECTBCMS

    High School

    (9th & 10th)

    Thursdays at 6:30 pm

    Meeting ID: 811 6343 3596
    Passcode: 830523

     

    High School

    (11th & 12th)

    Sundays at 12:30 pm

    Meeting ID: 756 5207 5645
    Passcode: HS1112​

  • October 24, 2020

    Parent & Small Group Leader Breakfast

  • X-CITE STUDENT MINISTRY

    PARENT RESOURCES

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  • X-CITE STUDENT MINISTRY

    TIP OF THE MONTH

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    Do you ever worry that your teenager is too unorganized or undisciplined, or that they have more bad habits than good? It’s important to help our kids develop discipline, but keep this in mind — because of the way a teenager’s brain is developing, it’s not easy to break a bad habit (or start a good habit) at this age! Be patient and encouraging. (But don’t be afraid to enlist the help of a professional counselor or therapist if their habits are really concerning you.)

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