We Need More Bible In Youth Ministry- Resources From Desiring God

The following blog was found on desiringgod.org and written by Katherine Foster. In this article she outlines 4 reasons why the scriptures need to be integral to our ministry. The original article can be found here.   For me, Bible study started at a young age. I was blessed to have parents who encouraged my […]

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Lily of the Valley

Aly Ogan writing on how to lean on Christ as your perfection in the midst of feeling like you can never measure up. I don’t really like lilies. I never really thought they were that pretty. And on top of that I hated when they came in bouquets because they bloomed too fast and they […]

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Friday Night Lights

This blog post was written by Aly Ogan as she reflects on why we attend student events and the importance of “relational capital”. She gives a personal take on why relationships mean so much to us, and a glimpse of what God is doing in those relationships through something as simple as a game. Friday […]

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MS Vision

A letter to Middle School parents from Brad Libolt (Middle School Director): I would like to explain a little bit about where we, as a Middle School Group, is going this year. The vision for the Middle School group this year is that they would know, love and obey God’s word. One way we are […]

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Ripple Effect

Constant Steady Brother Loving Thoughtful Selfless Supportive Fiercely-Loyal Compassionate Truthful Passionate Patient Fun Firm Comfortable Helpful Good-Example Informative Funny Smart Driver Geek Graceful Leader Willing Incredible Friend Confidant Genuine Persistent Kind-Hearted Kind Loving Responsible Transitional Conversationalist Welcoming Icebreaker Best-Friend Cool Prayerful Jokester Invested All of the words you read above were said during an affirmation […]

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River Trips

UFC Youth spends a lot of the summer on the river. From the Klamath, to the Umpqua, to the McKenzie, each trip offers a unique experience and adventure. Yes, it is a chance to get outside and experience some true, Oregon, summer fun. Yes, it is relief from hot days and to-do lists. Yes, it […]

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