Check back soon to see posts and updates from myself, the youth leaders and the teens. Here you will be able to see what is going on in our Youth Group as well as in the lives of those who contribute. If you have any ideas of what you would like to see included in this blog, let us know!
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Philly Day 5
Hey all! Dina and Rachel here.
Today was our last day with the kids at Nelson's Park, it was very bitter sweet. We have grown to be so invested in these kids, so it was really hard to say goodbye.
Philly Day 4
Hi all, this is PAJ. For tonight's blog I wanted to tell you a little bit about each of our team members and what they have brought to our trip.
Philly Day 3
Hello readers! This is Danny (Sam's brother). Today the missions team spent more time helping with the summer camp at Nelson's Park.
Sightseeing in Philly
Hi, this is Alison, Kiara, and Emily and we want to tell you about what happened today.
Philly Day 1
Hi, this is Nick. I was asked to write about the first day of our mission trip.
What do you want out of life?
News and Notes
Here are a few pieces of information regarding our youth group in the coming weeks.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope everyone has been having a great week. Since we didn't have Crosswalk this week, I decided to add to the blog the first question we answered in our series. The question: Why does Pastor Rob have such a good goatee? The answer: take a look...
Wednesday night we continued our series covering questions asked by the teenagers. The first set of questions answered were in regards to knowing God's will. A summary of that discussion can be found on the Crosswalk blog page. This week we turned our attention to the Bible. We discussed two questions: "Who compiled the Bible as we know it today?" and "How many different Bible's of Christianity would this church accept?"
It is God's will for you to do whatever you want.
Last week in Crosswalk I asked the teens to submit questions they've have about God, the Bible, Christianity, etc. They could ask anything that they've wondered about and we would talk through them as a group on an upcoming Wednesday night. Even without having any prior notice, the teens came up with some great questions. They were so good that I decided to post the questions and our discussions about them here for future reference and for anyone else who may be interested.
Because it is obviously my goal for this post to go viral, I have done what I've seen demonstrated on every viral blog post to date: begin with a seemingly controversial title that turns out to be very misleading in the end. Hence the title of this post. This is, however, how I opened Crosswalk last night: It is God's will that you do whatever you want. I believe this is true...