• REALIZATION

    STUDENTS ENCOUNTERING A WORLD IN NEED

  • RESTORATION

    STUDENTS BUILDING THE KINGDOM OF GOD ON EARTH

  • SCRIPTURE

    STUDENTS DIGGING DEEPER INTO THE WORD

  • WORSHIP

    STUDENTS ENGAGING IN PRAISE

  • RELATIONSHIP

    STUDENTS CONNECTING WITH THEIR SAVIOR

  • DEVELOPMENT

    STUDENTS DISCOVERING THEIR WHOLE POTENTIAL

  • NURTURE

    STUDENTS BEING MENTORED BY CARING ADULTS

Live It 2013 was AWESOME! and we look forward to doing it again in 2015. Stay on your heels for details. Until then, below are some of the pictures from 2013 we loved!

Live It is more than just another event; it’s a spiritual awakening for high school youth to expand on living their unique lives for Christ. It exists to teach students about themselves so they can be an active part of the church body and engage their culture. Through the use of their unique skills, personality and interests, each student spends their time at Live It learning about their God-given potential and how their strengths and skill set can be used in this life.

At Live It, students spend the majority of their time breaking out into the peer groups that best represent how God has wired them (arts, service, discipleship or athletics). While surrounded by like-minded peers and leaders, students expand their understanding on where they belong in God’s kingdom and how they can know God’s purpose for their lives. It’s about creating an atmosphere conducive to following, learning, listening, leading and serving.

Discovering how God has made them, students will rise above the traps of compromise and cynicism and identify how to bring optimism, hope and a sense of expectation to the world. Motivated by the love of Jesus Christ, students will become more aware of being used by God to restore this world.

While we were created as unique individuals with the ability to worship Christ with every aspect of our beings, we are also called to be a community in Christ. The worship sessions at Live It will bring all the participants under one roof to celebrate being one Church. Together we will give God all the glory.