Category: High School Ministry

Prayer

(This post was written by Michael Wallace, High School Pastor) As Christ-followers, we get to experience an amazing phenomenon: Prayer.  As I have heard Francis Chan say with such passion twice in the last few weeks, “I can’t believe that God listens to me!”  The fact that we communicate with the Creator of the Universe […]

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Parent Connection: HSM

Series: “Radical” Focus: What does it mean to truly follow Jesus? Family Discussion: There’s a myth floating around that following Jesus is easy.  You just pray and read the Bible, try to do some good stuff, and call it a day.  But that’s not the radical life that we see Jesus living in the Scripture.  […]

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What Is Radical?

(This post was written by Michael Wallace, High School Pastor) When I think of the term radical, my mind often conjures up images of extremists and people who seem to have lost touch with reality.  So, to title a high school event radical is, even in my mind, kinda crazy.  Who wants to be radical? […]

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Parent Connection

Remix: This week we are having some fun with Yuck Wrestling, so there is no group or large group experience.  We want to encourage you to talk with your student about going to Gauntlet Weekend.  Gauntlet is a weekend retreat designed specifically for middle school students.  We will have large group worship, teaching, small groups, […]

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Discipline vs. Punishment

(This post was written by Michael Wallace, High School Pastor) “Remember how the LORD your God led you all the way in the desert these forty years, to humble you and to test you in order to know what was in your heart, whether or not you would keep his commands… know then in your […]

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Parent Connection: High School

Series: “Bling” Focus: Money represents power and choice, both of which are gifts from God.  How are you using them? Family Discussion: Money!  It’s a topic that can easily divide the closest of friends and family.  But this week at Catalyst we are boiling cash down to not the paper and coins, but the power […]

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