STOKED STUDENT MINISTRY (MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL)

Stoked Student Ministry exists to glorify God through making disciples of Jesus Christ.  We do this through the study of scripture, Christ-centered worship, and authentic community.  We hope to partner with parents as they seek to help students develop a foundation of gospel maturity and grow in relationship with one another, their leaders and, most importantly, the Lord.

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Staying Stoked – Helping our students, help you.  If you are looking for assistance with yard work, painting a fence, to cleaning out a storage unit, our students would love to help.  We are asking for donations that will go toward helping our students afford their Summer 2018 “Christ in Youth Conference” and would love to be able to help you in any way.  If you have a project, please contact Scott at 760-726-0590, ext. 16, or scott@lightcc.org.  

Sundays

STOKED STUDENT MINISTRY

Day / Time Location Leader
Sundays 8:45AM Rooms 5 & 6, Church Scott Hoerner

CURRENT STUDY:  GOD THE DELIVERER

According to the plan of God, God’s people left the promised land for Egypt.   There they prospered until they were enslaved.   Their cries were heard by their covenant-making God.  Through many miraculous displays of His power, God redeemed His people and led them out of slavery, a foreshadow of the greater redemption from sin that comes through the mediator Jesus Christ.

Come join us as we see how God redeems us from our Sins!

Tuesdays

STOKED STUDENT MINISTRY

Day / Time Location Leader
Tuesdays 6:30PM – 8:30PM Lighthouse Christian Church Scott Hoerner
CURRENT STUDY: CHRIST IN THE OLD TESTAMENT

Overview

Before Jesus was born, Scripture was already buzzing with anticipation about who he was and what he would do. From Genesis to Malachi, the Old Testament contains countless prophecies about the coming King and Savior who would restore order to the world.  For example, the book of Isaiah, written 700 years before Jesus’ birth, prepares people for his divine identity, his passionate mission, and his sacrifice for their sins.  This series will help students understand Jesus more deeply by seeing him through the lens of the Old Testament.

Lesson 1:  What Would Jesus Be Called? (Isaiah 7:14; 9:2, 6-7)

Lesson 2:  What Would Jesus Be Like? (Isaiah 11:1-10)

Lesson 3:  How Would People Get Ready for Jesus? (Isaiah 40:1-11)

Lesson 4:  Why Would Jesus Suffer? (Isaiah 52:13-53:12)

Lesson 5:  Why Would Jesus Come? (Isaiah 61:1-3)

Objectives

  1. WHAT:  Long before Jesus was born, the Old Testament had already revealed his remarkable identity, his passionate mission, and his call for us to follow him.
  2. WHY:  Understanding what the Old Testament reveals about Jesus helps us better understand who he was, what he did, and how we can follow him.
  3. HOW:  By studying prophecies about Jesus from the book of Isaiah, teenagers can more deeply embrace Jesus’ identity, his mission, and his call for us to share his good news.

In His Grip, Scott Hoerner