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Justin Marcantel - Youth Minister
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Coming Events

Hot Hearts

Hot Hearts 2019Register now for Hot Hearts 2019. Justin will be able to take your money and information. Cost is $35 now but $45 if you wait to register after January 3rd and at that point your seat may not be with the rest of the group.
Hot Hearts 2019 will be held at Ford Park
5115 Interstate 10 South, Beaumont, TX 77705.

The schedule is:
Friday • January 25
  1:30 pm - Registration Table open at Ford Park
  5:30 pm - Doors Open
  6:00 pm - Arena Seating Begins
  6:30 pm - Session One
  8:00 pm - Junior/Senior Reception
  9:30 pm - Concert - Passion Band
10:30 pm - Dismiss
Saturday • January 26
  8:30 am - Doors Open/Arena Seating Begins
  9:00 am - Session Two
11:30 am - Lunch
12:45 pm - Doors Open/Arena Seating Begins
  1:00 pm - Session Three
  2:30 pm - Concert - KB
  3:45 pm - Dismiss

Regular Schedule
- Sunday Bible Study: at 9:45 am
- Open Loft: Sundays at 5 pm
- Fellowship: Sundays following Evening Worship
- REFUGE Bible Study: Wednesdays at 6 pm
- Breakfast: The third Sunday each month at 8 am in the Gym for all men and youth guys

Summer Camp
    See the engaging videos linked below for the trips and experiences at Youth Summer Camps. We want to thank everyone who gives of their time and financial resources that continue to provide for our students to go to camp. Without you, these amazing trips would not be possible.
Thanks! - - Justin 

Youth Camp-2018
FUGE Camp 2018 - Ridgecrest, NC
Youth Camp-2017
FUGE Camp 2017 - Panama City, FL
Youth Camp-2016
FUGE Camp 2016 - Glorieta, NM
Youth Camp-2015
FUGE Camp 2015 - Glorieta, NM
Youth Camp-2014
FUGE Camp 2014 - Ridgecrest, NC
Youth Camp-2013
FUGE Camp 2013 - Ridgecrest, NC
Youth Camp-2012
PowerPlus Camp 2012 - Pineywoods, TX
Youth Camp-2011
PowerPlus Camp 2011 - Pineywoods, TX
*These videos require either Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 9+, or Google Chrome*

Youth Music

Click here for the Youth Praise Band Rehearsal Music page
(Password required)

Messages by Justin:
"Living Up to Your Name"
"What You Need to Know About Your Faith to Overcome the World"

"What Will Your Legacy Be?" (Deuteronomy 34:4-12)
"Prequel to Birth of Jesus: Birth of John" (Luke 1)

Christian Links:

Check out these links to other Christian sites for interesting information:

Bible Trivia Games:
Bible BaseBall
Bible Jeopordy
Fill in the Blanks
Saintly Millionaire
Questions by Category

Bible Gateway
Lookup a word or passage in the Bible

Jesus Is Coming
Ready or not!
Got Questions?

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All About God

Please know, if you have questions you encounter from these sites or any other issue, you can talk to Justin.

Video - The Kristo

Being an Imitator of God

   As Christians, all of us, no matter what age we are, have to contend with the temptations Satan can throw at us.  In Ephesians 5:1 we find these challenging words:  Be imitators of God, therefore, as dearly loved children and live a life of love.  Being an imitator of God can seem impossible, but it isn't with the help of God, Himself.
   In verses 3 and following we find the key to living a life of love:  But among you there must not be even a hint of sexual immorality, or any kind of impurity, or of greed because these are improper for God's holy people.  All of us Christians are God's holy people.  Even young people have moral responsibilities to fulfill as Christians.  Verse 4 says, “Nor should there be obscenity, foolish talk or coarse joking, which are out of place, but rather thanksgiving.”  Be careful about the things that come out of your mouth.  Allow God to be Lord of all of your life all day, every day.

Would You Rob Yourself?

   If you had something very valuable and precious to you and someone came in and took it from you, you would be angry and upset. We always cherish and protect our valuables. If it would make you angry for someone to take something of great value from you, then why is it okay for you to rob yourself? You continually rob yourself by not being in Sunday School and worship on Sundays. You rob yourself of Christian fellowship and influence. You rob yourself of the benefits of studying God's Word, the Bible, a book that can transform your life and help you answer questions to every problem of life. You also rob yourself of the opportunity to worship and praise God for all He does for you. Don't rob yourself anymore, be in Sunday School.

"Is Allah Identical to the God and Father
of Our Lord Jesus Christ?"

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