City View Youth

We believe that the next generation of leaders and world changers begins here. Student ministry is for students 6th-12th grade.

We believe that the next generation of leaders and world changers begins here. Student ministry is for students 6th-12th grade. This environment is designed to give students a place where they can connect with God and learn who He is and who they are because of Him. It’s THE place to connect with other students, and have fun.

[08/31/17]   Attention youth grades 6-12! You got 15 minutes to get here! Service is every Wednesday at 7!

The reason we can forgive others is because of the ultimate example we have of God’s forgiveness when He sent Jesus to die. Thank God today for showing us the way to forgive others.

Do you ever disagree with people in authority, like a teacher, coach, or parent? Sometimes it’s natural for us to think we know what’s best—the best play for the team, the best way to do homework (or not do homework), or the best place for us to be on Friday night. That’s why it can feel frustrating when people tell us what to do. This week, when your mom or dad tells you to do something, avoid talking back or rolling your eyes, and respond in a way that shows respect and kindness.

Do you ever disagree with people in authority, like a teacher, coach, or parent? Sometimes it’s natural for us to think we know what’s best—the best play for the team, the best way to do homework (or not do homework), or the best place for us to be on Friday night. That’s why it can feel frustrating when people tell us what to do. This week, when your mom or dad tells you to do something, avoid talking back or rolling your eyes, and respond in a way that shows respect and kindness.

Sometimes it’s tough to know how to respond when people hurt our feelings or do things that bother us. Maybe you want to tell the person off, ignore them, or complain about them on social media. But what if instead, you took a moment to think about how you’d want to be treated if someone felt that way about you or something you did? This perspective can help us do what’s right even when it’s hard. Today, look for a chance to put yourself in someone else’s shoes and treat them like you want to be treated.

There’s no such thing as a perfect family because, well, families are made up of imperfect people. Jesus is the only person ever who never made a mistake; so even though we often wish they would be, we can’t expect our family members to be without fault. That’s why we should be patient with those who we share our homes with, and forgive them when they get on our nerves or mess up. This week, choose to respond patiently when someone in your family bothers you or does something wrong.

Sometimes it can be difficult to trust that we really measure up. When things aren’t working the way we hoped they would, it’s easy to believe that God’s work is done and we’ve somehow fallen short of it. In those moments, God asks us to stay confident, not in ourselves, but in Him. While it may feel like we’re failing or flailing, He promises to never stop working on our behalf until the work is done.

God has given each of us specific gifts and talents. While those gifts and talents are great on their own, they work even better alongside the gifts and talents of others. That’s the way God designed it to be! Comparison not only keeps us from fully being able to use and celebrate our own gifts, it keeps us from functioning alongside others as one body. Rather than let your gifts or the gifts of others be wasted, find a way to celebrate the way your unique gifts fit and work alongside the gifts of others in your life.

What better way to celebrate the unique gifts God has given you than by using them to serve others? Is there someone in your life you find yourself trying to keep up with? This week, find a way to use your own gifts and talents to do something kind for them instead. You’ll be surprised how a simple act of service can help you not only quiet the internal voice of comparison, but help you see the value of your own gifts as well.

All of us have been entrusted with something, and what we do with that something matters. God didn’t give us our gifts and talents to be wasted; He gave them to us to be used. Consider the things God has made you good at. How are you putting them to use? Share with someone in your life just one way you want to use what God has entrusted to you.

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