We are the Students of City Church of Albuquerque
Mid-School & High-School
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[01/23/18] Have you ever thought about the way you talk to yourself? Most of us say negative things to ourselves that we would never say to other people. And soon enough, those negative messages become a part of who we are. This week we’ll see that one of the best things we can do to better our lives is show ourselves a little kindness.
[01/17/18] You don't want to miss tonight! Food, Worship, and Amber Venegas!
[01/11/18] Who are you, really? It’s an important question because who you think you are can decide a lot about your life. This week we discovered that when it comes to really understanding who we are, the most important voice we can listen to is God’s.
[01/03/18] I hope you like Frito Pie!!!
[12/31/17] UNITED Youth starts back up this Wednesday January 3rd! See you there 6:30pm
[12/20/17] Change of plans....Meet at Hinkle Family Fun Center...
[12/19/17] So excited about bowling tonight! See you at Silva lanes from 6:00 a 8:30 pm. The games are on us, but bring snack money if you want it.
[12/06/17] Hey everyone, tomorrow night United Youth will be helping to work on additional Christmas decorations for the stage. Please wear clothes to paint in. Snacks will be provided!
[11/28/17] Going to church is something we can all probably agree is a good thing. But even though we know going to church sounds like a great idea, life sometimes gets in the way. When things get hard or life gets messy, we just stop showing up - both physically and mentally. Maybe that’s because, even though we know church is supposed to be a good thing, it sometimes doesn’t feel like much more than a place or a program. Believe it or not, Jesus had a lot to say about church. And what He had to say about it makes it sound like a whole lot more than just a building! This week we’ll look at the book of Acts to see what the very first church looked like. And as we do, we’ll see that the church Jesus started then - and the churches we still have today - are not about programs or places; they’re about the people!
[11/16/17] United Youth will not be meeting on Wednesday November 22nd. Enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday with your family. We will resume on Wednesday November 29th 🍁🍗
[11/08/17] If someone asked you to pray out loud right now, what would you do? Chances are you’d probably get a little nervous. Maybe you even feel that way when you’re just praying quietly by yourself! Sometimes the idea of just talking to God can feel a little weird for all us. We don’t know what to say or how to say it, and we worry that maybe we’re just not praying the right way. So we try to say the things we think we’re supposed to say, but it leaves our prayers feeling fake and formal. But what if we told you that’s not the way prayer was supposed to be? In fact, that’s not even the way God wants it to be! This week we’ll look at the prayers of one of God’s most beloved followers—David. And as we hear his prayers, we’ll see that God doesn’t want our prayers to be right; He wants them to be real.
[10/13/17] We’re all going to find ourselves facing tragedy at some point during our lives. We’re all going to walk through seasons of darkness. And when we do, it’s important to know how to respond. While most of us are taught what to do with the good things in life, very few of us are taught what to do in the face of tragedy. And because of that, we often find ourselves covering it up, lashing out, or ignoring it all together. But what if there was a better way to deal with tragedy? The good new is that there is, and it’s found in the Bible. The Bible not only shares stories of people just like us facing tragedy, but also shows us how to face it and move toward healing. This week we’ll take a look at how Jesus walked with and responded to someone going through a serious tragedy. Through that story we’ll discover that the first step toward healing is acknowledging our feelings.
[10/06/17] Have you ever turned on the news only to wish you hadn’t? Or answered a phone call only to wish you could un-hear the news on the other end? Whether it’s a global disaster, a school shooting, our parents’ divorce, or the death of a friend, there’s nothing fun about tragedy. It can make us feel like we’re walking around in total darkness—where nothing seems quite right and there are more questions than answers. What do we say? What do we do? What happens next? And, how long will it take before things go back to normal? At some point, we‘ll all find ourselves in or around a tragedy, but being there doesn’t mean we have to stay there. There’s a way through the darkness to the other side, to healing - and we’ll get there by trusting the One who is leading us.
Social media is great, but it has a way of making
everyone else’s life look perfect. No one ever has a bad hair
day, a boring Friday night, or a bad relationship on Instagram,
right? No matter how great you have it, there’s something
about social media that causes us to question ourselves. We
see how great others seem to be, and it leaves us wondering
what weakness or flaw is limiting us from being just as great.
It makes us insecure, and if we’re not careful, that insecurity
can end up holding us back more than we realize. Moses
had the same experience. When God tasked him with a huge
responsibility, Moses didn’t think he had what it took to get
the job done. But as we watch how the story unfolds, we’ll
discover the way God goes with us and uses us despite our
[09/06/17] Tonight is our First Wednesday!!!! Join us for some awesome worship, yummy snacks, and a great word from our guest preacher Amber Williams!
[08/16/17] Dealing with people can be tough sometimes. And if we’re being honest, for some reason it feels like dealing with church people can be the most difficult of all. Maybe you’ve heard a lot of things about Jesus that you really liked, but then you showed up at church and the people there made you feel hurt, misunderstood, or judged. Or maybe a church person that you looked up to did something disappointing and left you feeling confused about exactly who Jesus is or what Christianity is supposed to look like. The good news is, you’re not alone in feeling this way! Peter himself faced these same kinds of feelings when dealing with difficult people of all kinds. And his response to them reminds us that, while people can hurt and disappoint us, they don’t have to deactivate our faith. In fact, when we keep our focus in the right place, it can activate our love for God and His followers in a whole new way.
[07/25/17] United Youth, don't forget to bring your lunch today for our zoo trip. Admission is on us so meet us at the front gate at 11:30am.
[07/19/17] We are so excited to bowl with you all tonight! The lanes are reserved, you just need to bring snack money. See you at 6:00 pm at Silva Lanes on Eubank.
[06/17/17] Come and join us for some fun in the park. We have water guns....
[06/16/17] Don't forget to join us tomorrow (2:00-5:00) at the North Domingo Baca Park for some fun in the park with friends!
[05/24/17] When it comes to science, it seems like you never really know what might happen. One chemical might cause a huge reaction while another might deactivate your entire experiment. When you think about it, the same thing is true of faith. There are things in our lives that have the potential to either destroy or fuel our faith. And sometimes it’s hard to tell which one is happening. Sometimes what looks like a faith-destroyer might actually be the very thing that builds our faith if we let it. Believe it or not, one of those potential faith-activators is doubt. Even Peter, one of Jesus’ closest friends and followers, dealt with major feelings of doubt. But as we’ll learn from Peter’s experience, our doubt doesn’t have to be a bad thing. In fact, it’s when we trust God with our doubt that our faith can be activated in a whole new way.
Road trips are awesome. Whether you’re heading to the mountains with your family or driving to the beach with your friends, the idea of packing up, grabbing your favorite
snacks, planning the perfect playlist, and hitting the road just sounds like an adventure. And it is! Maybe that’s because new places are always exciting, or maybe it’s just that, more than anywhere else, the unexpected seems to happen on the road. Flat tires. Detours. Surprisingly great lunch stops. Disappointingly awful gas stations. The unexpected is just part of the trip. Life works a lot like that, too. We start with a plan in mind, but things happen along the way that change our plans, change our minds, or even change
our relationships. That’s when we have to decide to stick to the plan or change course. This was especially true for the apostle Paul. Long before GPS or interstates, Paul set out on a series of road trips, and just like us, he experienced some surprising, even life-changing moments on the road. As we take a look at some key turning points on Paul’s road trips, we discover that maybe the best thing that can happen on our journey is a change of direction.
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she Ministries is the women's ministry of Calvary of Albuquerque. Our focus is on Scripture, Hospitality, and Evangelism. Our Director is Lenya Heitzig, an award-winning author, popular Bible teacher, and sought after speaker.
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Race your vehicle against the clock in a controlled environment. Enjoy the evening, watching or racing. As always, this is a free event.
Living Life the Way God Intended!
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We are a non-denominational charismatic church emphasizing devotion to Christ and commitment to one another.
Pastor Micheal Hogue. Bible study: 9:45 AM- Sunday Service: 11:00 AM- Sunday Evening: 6:00 PM- Wednesday: 7:00 PM.
Starts at 7:30pm! For those of you ages 18-35, welcome to our new ministry Collide. Spend time in fellowship, worship, and asking questions before the sermon. This isn’t your normal service; so be ready for something new and dynamic.
We are the youth ministry of Believers Center of Abq, helping students find their identity in Jesus Christ. Young people can change the world!
The rich musical heritage of the Christian faith has a place at St. John's United Methodist Church. We invite you to be a part of Music at St. John's. Visit musicatstjohns.org
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