TO SEE STUDENTS MADE ALIVE IN CHRIST
We believe that this next generation is going to change the world, and our desire is to partner with families in their faith journey. We want to see families empowered and teens engaged in the story of God.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT GATHERING
All students, 6th-12th grade, are invited to join us each week as we study through the Bible in LifeGroups. This is a great opportunity to connect with other students, have fun, and learn together. You don’t want to miss it!
7pm | Highline Community Church | 6160 S Wabash Way, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
The security of our teens is our highest priority. We believe in creating an environment where all teens, regardless of who they are, will be welcomed into a space that is safe. We also conduct background checks on all StudentLife Leaders.
Our desire is that each teen learns and grows in their intimacy with Christ. Our teaching is focused on helping students learn who they are in Christ, what it means to be a Christian, how to pray with passion, and how to impact the culture through relationships. We want to see every teen reached for Christ.
The majority of our ministry will take place during the week in different LifeGroups. In LifeGroups, teens have the opportunity to ask questions, dig a little deeper, and build open and authentic relationships with their peers and student leaders. We have found that this is the best way to impact teens and inspire them to own their faith in Jesus — really believing it for themselves.
Beyond church and youth group functions, we desire that our StudentLife teens be mentored through life-on-life discipleship. Discipleship isn’t a program that you start and finish. It’s a process that you continue through. Our leaders want to be invested in the students and take these relationships outside the weekly gatherings with the intent of training these teens to know what it means to walk with God daily. During the week there will be opportunities for students to be a part of a Discipleship Group that is designed specifically for their age group. These groups will be conversation driven and curriculum focused. As leaders and students engage in these discipleship groups, building relationships with the students and their parents allows for greater discipleship opportunity.