As a student ministry, our goal is to inspire students to love Jesus, read His word, hear His voice, and be equipped to go and make disciples of all nations.
Wednesday Night Gatherings
Join us for a night of fun, food, worship, and small group time as we grow closer to one another and we grow in our relationship with God.
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Bible Reading Plan
At Centerpoint we believe in the power of God's word and believe it is applicable in the lives of students every single day. The website Bible.com has some great Bible Reading plans for youth. We've chosen several that are really good but you can find an expanded list of plans here! All of these plans are great but here are a few that are particularly useful:
God calls us to be holy and to live holy lives. But what does that even mean? In this three-day plan, we’ll look at what holiness really looks like for our lives.
This plan, for families to do together, introduces kids to the story of the Bible and helps them see their need for a Savior. God had a plan to send Jesus from the very beginning. Each day includes videos, short devotionals, and a daily Bible verse to memorize.
This is a 4 day challenge to read the 4 chapters in the book of Jonah, which focuses on our attitudes towards God, disobedience and God’s mercy. Bible challenges go beyond reading; as we share our understanding with each other, so as you read, hash tag #JonahChallenge via twitter to share your points. Bible Challenge MOTTO: The Bible is JUICY. The Bible is LIFE. The Bible is for YOU!
This four-day youth plan explores what scripture has to say about wisdom. Follow the unraveling of Nicole and her brother Tate who, on their first day home alone, make the bad decision to let the neighbor girl Kaylin come over and trash the house. Each day you’ll read a passage of Scripture, watch the story, and witness firsthand how important it is to make wise decisions.
This four-day reading plan for youth explores what Scripture has to say about prayer. Follow the story of Tyler as he learns what it means to talk to God. Each day you’ll read a passage of Scripture, watch the story, and learn alongside Tyler as he asks big questions about what it means to speak to God through prayer.