Student Ministries

SUNDAYS 10:00 - 11:30 AM

Students in Middle and High School initially join the adults in the sanctuary for worship and then afterwards meet in the student ministry room for their weekly lesson and fellowship.  Our Student Ministry utilizes a curriculum from Group Publishing called LIVE (open this link to see the 4 year scope and sequence).  LIVE is intentionally designed to “beeline to Jesus” by helping students discover how New and Old Testament Scriptures directly connect his epic story to what they’re dealing with right now.

  • Year One: Understanding Who I Am
  • Year Two: Living It Out
  • Year Three: Are You In?
  • Year Four: This Changes Everything

Each lesson challenges teenagers to think critically and figure out why they believe what they believe. And open-ended questions create room for authentic discussions that lead to hard-to-reach places (aka conversations where you find out what’s really going on in their lives).


WE INVITE PARENTS TO BE INVOLVED

Because spiritual growth happens best when our ministry efforts merge with life at home, our Student Ministry Team intentionally connects with parents by inviting them to get involved in what their teenagers are learning each week.  This happens through our weekly parent email updates. In each email we share details about the weekly topic with students' parents and includes conversation prompts to spark deeper discussion at home. If you would like to receive the weekly email updates, please open this link and complete the form.

  • QUESTIONS OF JESUS

    OVERVIEW


    Have you ever wondered why Jesus asked questions? Didn’t he know “all things” anyway? Throughout the Gospels, we see Jesus asking hundreds of questions—everything from “What is your name?” to “Who do you say that I am?” What if Jesus wasn’t asking questions just to get an answer? What if there was something greater at work?


    This four-lesson series will engage your students in conversations about some of the questions Jesus asked. Teenagers will encounter Jesus’ desire to engage them on a truly relational level—a relationship based on dialogue and conversations.


    OBJECTIVES

    1. WHAT: We can find more than 300 questions from Jesus in the Gospels—there must be a reason for all of those questions. 
    2. WHY: Teenagers benefit from looking at their life with Christ as a relationship born out of an ongoing dialogue, rather than a to-do list. 
    3. HOW: By exploring the questions that Jesus asked, students will gain a better understanding of Jesus’ style of teaching as well as what these questions might mean for their lives today.

    October 20th

    Lesson 1: The Power of a Question

    The fact that Jesus asked so many questions in the Gospels reveals that he knew there was power in a question.


    October 27th

    Lesson 2: Questions From a Rich Man

    In this lesson your students will explore an interaction Jesus had with someone who lived a really good life—and it should come as no surprise that Jesus called him to more than just good living.


    November 3rd

    Lesson 3: A Crazy Question for a Blind Man

    This lesson will challenge your students to consider real-world answers to those real-life questions.


    November 10th

    Lesson 4: The Most Important Question

    Is there something more that they’re supposed to do? Is there something that Jesus wants them to see? John 9 is a beautiful passage about Jesus healing a man who was born blind and how it ruined his life—for good.

  • The LIVE Daily App

    With the LIVE Daily app, students receive encouragement each day delivered straight to their mobile device.  These short, positive notifications help students apply the lessons they learn each week in Cornerstone's Student Ministry.  Download the LIVE Daily app today and use the following PIN code to gain access to the Middle and High School calendars.


    HIGH SCHOOL PIN: 00d475

    MIDDLE SCHOOL PIN: f75b93

Upcoming Events

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Student Ministries Team Members

At Cornerstone Church our Student Ministries Team is committed to helping students develop a relationship with Jesus during their teenage years that will shape the rest of their lives.  Each week they help students develop personal beliefs that stand up to pressure and to follow Jesus because they want to, not just because their parents make them go to church.  By allowing students an opportunity to share their doubts and questions, our team strengthens students' faith and to get to know Jesus personally.  If you have any questions about our Student Ministry, just reach out to one of the Staff Members below.

  • Student Ministries Director

  • Taylor Rosty

    Middle & High School Small Group Leader

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