T.N.T. (Tuesday Night Truth) seeks to meet two of the most important needs a teenager has: truth and acceptance. Our hope is to provide students with the life-changing truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as well as a community of role models who demonstrate the love of Jesus every week. When teens have this foundation of truth and acceptance, they are free to live life to the fullest!
T.N.T. meets every Tuesday night from 7-8:30 pm, September through May. A typical Tuesday night starts off with a fun, interactive game (that is optional), then we come together for a large group devotional from God’s Word before ending the night in small groups. Small groups are divided by grade and gender. Small groups dig deeper into the lesson from that night and are a place to ask questions about life and God.
T.N.T. also meets on select Tuesdays throughout the months of June and July. We take advantage of the warm weather and meet outside as much as possible. Our activities may include water games, Capture the Flag, and campfires by the pond.
The last Tuesday of every month is our Pizza Night from 6-8:30. The Pizza is free, so invite your friends for some good fellowship! (No Bible Studies on these nights.)
November's Topic: The Rise of the Prophets: The Days of Elisha and Jonah
December’s Topic: Hope Through the Prophets: The Coming Messiah
There will be no Club December 19 & 26 but will resume January 2, 2017
January’s Topic: The Fall of the Kingdoms February’s Topic: A Nation in Waiting: The Exile
Our Bible studies are open to anyone interested in going deeper into God’s Word. It is a great place to build closer friendships while learning more about our God. They meet on Tuesdays from 5:30-6:30 pm (with the exception of the last Tuesday of the month because of the early start at T.N.T.). This semester we’ll be studying the book of “James,” and how to practically live our faith in the world around us.
Campus Life has a dress code to assure no one will feel offended or uncomfortable during his or her participation, and that we honor God in everything we do.
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