Weekly Bible Verse:
" Behold, your king is coming to you; righteous and having salvation is he, humble and mounted on a donkey,
on a colt, the foal of a donkey. " (Zechariah 9:9b ESV)
"看哪,你的王來到你這裡!他是公義的,並且施行拯救,謙謙和和地騎著驢,就是騎著驢的駒子。" (撒迦利亞 9:9下)


Friday nights are a great time for the youth and young adults to grow and share. Beginning at 8:00 P.M. the two groups will meet for worship and break into their own for devotion. The age range for the youth fellowship is around 7-12, and the young adult goes from 13 and up. We have a diverse age group and would love to encourage everyone to join us no matter what age!

This section is to challenge the young adult fellowship and prepare for the next devotion and the last Friday of the month discussion. The first Friday of each month will have a devotion led by Pastor. The second and third Friday will have a devotion led by Jason, and the fourth Friday the fellowship will discuss these questions in greater detail.


July 21, 2017

Not Ashamed – Romans 8-17
1. Why are Christians sometimes embarrassed to be a Christian?
2. What are some good ways to talk about God to others?
3. How can you handle the disagreements of your faith?


June 30, 2017

Confession – 1 Timothy 6:6-16

1. Why is it so hard for people to confess?
2. What happens if we try to live a Christian life without confession?
3. What are some ways that you can confess to others?


March 31, 2017

Discussion: Putting God First!


March 17, 2017

Follow God’s Calling – Matthew 26:36-46

1. How do we know that God is calling us to do something?
2. Why would God make St. Patrick / us wait when we are ready?
3. What happens when you don’t follow God’s calling?


March 10, 2017

Be Filled with the Holy Spirit – Acts 7:54-60

1. Why do you think Stephen left himself defenseless?
2. How can Christians find comfort or encouragement in a passage like this?
3. What do we need to do to be filled with the Holy Spirit?
4. How should we handle others who accuse us or disagree?


February 17, 2017

Love – 1 Corinthians 13:1-8, 13

1. Why does Paul describe not having a love as a loud gong or clashing cymbal?
2. Why should we do things in love? What’s wrong with doing good things without it?
3. Why won’t the world agree this is the true definition of love?
4. Who benefits when we love each other?


February 10, 2017

The Beatitudes – Matthew 5:1-12

1. Why do you think this is hard for people to have even one of these beatitudes?
2. Why do you think people enjoy this passage even if they’re not Christians?
3. What is it like for the Christians who don’t have any of these beatitudes?
4. How can Christians remain joyful about the beatitudes when it can seem harsh?