SBTC Movement Conference January 12-13

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Through Movement, the gospel will be communicated and lost students will have the chance to respond. Students will learn that Christianity is not just about showing up at church, but it is a movement to be advanced to the ends of the earth. They will be challenged to go home and start a movement by sharing and living the good news of Jesus Christ in their communities.

Movement 2018 North Date

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Overtime This Friday Night

Students Grades 6-12:

We will be having another OVERTIME event following the City View/Henrietta game this Friday night from 9:30pm-11:30pm at the church. We will be playing “Underground Church” and eating tons of free pancakes! Hope to see you there! Bring a friend!

Movie Night Tonight!!!!

Tonight is Movie Night at The Refuge! We will be watching The Emoji Movie and having a devotional. We will also be celebrating October birthdays! Pizza, Popcorn, and Drinks will be provided! Doors open at 6 and the event ends at 8pm! Bring a friend! Hope to see you tonight!

Bring Your Bible to School Day – Oct 5

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On Bring Your Bible to School Day— this year’s event is on Oct. 5, 2017 — students across the nation will celebrate religious freedom and share God’s love with their friends. It’s an annual event for students sponsored by Focus on the Family. The event is designed to empower you as a student to express your belief in the truth of God’s Word–and to do so in a respectful way that demonstrates the love of Christ.

Participation is voluntary and student-directed—meaning it’s completely up to students, Christian clubs and youth groups to sign up online and then lead the activities in their school.

As a Christian student, you can be a powerful voice of hope at your school! In the Bible, it’s often young people who lead the way for the rest of their culture by providing an example of spiritual boldness and taking a courageous stand for their belief in God. We see this in the books of Daniel and Esther, which tell the stories of a young man and woman, who, despite their youth, had the courage to share God’s truth and love with an unbelieving culture.

The New Testament also speaks to the difference you can make: “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity,” says I Timothy 4:12.

Also, simply by bringing your Bible to school and expressing your faith, you are helping to protect religious freedoms for other students.

For more informtion, visit www.bringyourbible.org

See You at the Pole is September 27th

We will meet at the flagpole in front of City View Jr/Sr High School at 7am on Wednesday, September 27th! Please be there and invite your friends!!!

See You at the Pole is an annual gathering of thousands of Christian students at a flagpole in front of their local schools for prayer, scripture-reading and worship, during the early morning before school starts.

Since SYATP is all about prayer, then start praying now!

Pray for:
  • your school’s event starting now, right up to the day of See You at the Pole™.
  • the students who are leading and planning your See You at the Pole™ at your school.
  • the Christians at your school to show up ready to pray on See You at the Pole™ day.
  • the non-Christian students on your campus who will see or hear about SYATP.
  • Christian students on your campus to make the most of this unique opportunity to explain what happened on the morning of See You at the Pole™ and to be a witness for Christ.