Young Adults

18 - 30ish

Our vision is to provide a setting of openness and acceptance in which people could develop significant relationships with God through faith in Jesus Christ. 

The goal is to grow into a community of believers who are committed to exalting the name of Jesus in worship, growing deeply in our relationship with Him and providing encouragement to others through Christian fellowship.

 

Chris Baxter

Young Adults Minister

chrisb@nwhills.org

210-681-3751

FOLLOWING JESUS STUDY (ROOM 201)

Sundays 9:30 am

So, if you want to dwell in Christ, let the Word of Christ dwell in you richly. Leave no room in your life locked, no cupboard door closed to it. Let it bring light into your mind; let it warm your affections for Christ; let it subdue your will to His. The Word of Christ is the instrument of Christ, used by the Spirit of Christ, to nurture union with Christ and to transform us into the image of Christ.


The class is in step with the Following Jesus year-long Bible study available to all in the Sanctuary foyer every Sunday. Every week, the class will summarize the week’s reading and/or hone in on a particular chapter or passage.

THURSDAY NIGHT ADULT BIBLE STUDY (Starting Feb. 3)

GOSPEL FLUENCY by Jeff Vanderstelt

Thursdays 6:30 - 8 pm

All adults are invited to become more fluent in the language of the gospel. The gospel can bring salvation but also is a catalyst for everyday life change. The gospel should impact us not just theologically but also practically. From discipling to parenting, the good news gives us the blueprint for how to function within these spheres in a way that glorifies Christ. Gospel fluency must first take root in our hearts before we can expect it to blossom in our respective ministries. Whether it is parenthood or missions, if we are not gospel fluent in our thought life, then we won’t be in my speech. If we are not gospel fluent in our speech, then we won’t be in our evangelism or discipleship. This evening of worship and practical study is informed by God’s Word and “Gospel Fluency” by Jeff Vanderstelt.