July 19, 2015

Our Teens

Our Teens

Lost but Found
[About Us]
Lost but Found is Community Christian Church’s Student Ministry for 7th thru 12th graders. Introducing students to Jesus Christ and helping them develop a passionate relationship with Him is our main goal.

Our time together seeks to engage the students in conversation, promotes asking questions about the Christian faith and allows the development of interpersonal relationships.

We meet Sunday mornings to encourage spiritual growth and to learn about what God wants to do in our lives today. On Wednesdays we meet for a more casual time of fellowship.

[Activities]
WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Sunday 9:30-10:30 a.m. Discipleship Hour
10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Youth Service
Wednesday 6-8 p.m. Youth Challenge

YOUTH SUNDAY
Students participate in the main worship service every fifth Sunday of the month. They are encouraged to lead prayer, serve communion, and our student leaders have even shared the message of the Word.

SUMMER CAMP/ WINTER RETREAT
At Mt. Zion Christian Mission in Pipe Creek, Texas.
www.mtzionchristianmission.org

MONTHLY BIRTHDAY PARTIES
During Wednesday’s Youth Challenge

MISSIONARY CONVENTION
In the month of November for High School upperclassmen (11th-12th).
www.nationalmissionaryconvention.org

[Goals]
We want to equip our students to impact their world with the message of Christ. God has provided many tools to do so in our culture, such as Conferences, Bible Colleges, Mission Trips, and Service Opportunities.

We are open to the Holy Spirit’s leading in making decisions that will challenge and encourage this young generation, and look forward to the doors He will open for this cause.

[Youth Minister]
Abraham and Carmen CaryAbraham Cary is the Associate Pastor at Community Christian Church. Abraham is originally from Eagle Pass, Texas, and graduated from Colegio Biblico in 2006 with a degree in Sacred Literature. In his free time, he enjoys movies, music -playing drums and trombone-, and anything to do with cars. Abraham has been at Community Christian Church since October 2006.

Abraham is married to Carmen Mercado Cary who is originally from Monterrey, Mexico. Carmen is actively involved with Abraham in Youth Ministry at CCC. She graduated from Abilene Christian University with a degree in Integrated Marketing Communication and is a freelance copywriter and designer. Carmen enjoys music and photography in her free time.