YOUTH

TWC Students offers a place for students in 6th through 12th grades to discover and develop a relationship with Christ.  We seek to help students grow in their faith, and give them the tools to share and defend it.  It is our goal to establish a firm foundation for success in every area of a student’s life by promoting education, exposure, and responsibility.  Our ministry seeks to give students a safe and healthy place to hang out, meet new people, and do life.

7 Eleven

Friday, May 18th

Bessemer Campus

7:00pm until 11:00pm

May Theme:

F.A.I.T.H.

Forsaking All I Trust Him

 

Having faith doesn’t mean you are not “lit.” Having faith is a sign to the Father that you are “on fire” for Him. It shows that no matter what comes your way, you are going to trust that He’s got you.

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Special Guest:

Recording Artist Janae Gray

Education Sunday

June 3rd @ All TWC Campuses

 

There’s no better way to honor our graduates on Education Sunday than with Birmingham Mayor, Randall Woodfin and Birmingham’s Superintendent, Dr. Lisa Herring. The messages they will share on Sunday, June 3rd will point our children towards a future that is promising and limitless. Invite everyone you know as TWC salutes all 2018 high school, college, and our own Einstein’s Playground Pre-K graduates.

 

Dr. Lisa Herring – 8:00 am

Mayor Randall Woodfin – 10:00 am

What We Are Learning

This month we are focusing on “Not Giving God Our Leftovers.” Mark 12:30 states,”Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind and with all your strength.”

 

Can you take a quick second and imagine how it would feel for me to fix you a nice plate of your favorite snacks/food to celebrate you. Next, I will clearly communicate to you what I have for you. Then open and begin eating on the snacks/food I have for you. And then….. Offer the rest of it to you!! How would you feel? Would you still want it, would you still eat it? I’ll be honest, if someone did that to me, I wouldn’t want it and most definitely wouldn’t eat it.

 

But have you ever wondered how God feels when we don’t love Him with ALL of our heart, soul, mind and strength? How about how He feels when we don’t praise Him with ALL of our heart? Psalms 111:1 states, “I will praise the Lord with my whole heart, in the assembly of the upright, and in the congregation.”

 

Our prayer is that during this series and long after it that our students will always remember that our God is so much more deserving of so much more than our leftovers.