ANTHEM Parent Cue – More To The Story

In HS, we see teenagers (more times than not) feel like they know the whole story with some of life’s subjects, especially when it comes to topics like sex + dating.

ANTHEM Parent Cue – Awkward

In JH, one of the most potentially awkward and uncomfortable conversations to have is about sex, dating and relationships.

Best Weekend Ever 2021

From March 26-28, JH + HS Youth from across the East Valley will gather for our in-town retreat: BEST WEEKEND EVER.

ANTHEM Parent Cue – Vibes

Nobody has more vibes – more moods they experience or things they feeling a deep and real way – than your teenagers.

ANTHEM Parent Cue – Moods

One of the biggest challenges that a junior higher faces on a daily basis is managing their emotions or moods.

ANTHEM Update – Christmas

The purpose of this post is to update you on all things ANTHEM-related throughout the rest of this year + the beginning of 2021

ANTHEM Update – Christmas Time

The purpose of this post is to update you on all things ANTHEM-related throughout the rest of this year + the beginning of 2021.

ANTHEM Parent Cue – Trending (Words)

This past Sunday, we concluded our five-week series: It’s Personal. Before we jump into our annual Christmas conversation at the end of November, we will be having a standalone conversation this Sunday that centers itself around this question: Do our words really matter? In this week’s message, we’re covering the importance of seeing the impact… View Article

ANTHEM Parent Cue – I Have Questions (Words)

This past Sunday, we concluded our five-week series: It’s Personal. Before we jump into our annual Christmas conversation at the end of November, we will be having a standalone conversation this Sunday that centers itself around this question: Do our words really matter? In text, in conversation, on social media, even in their own thoughts,… View Article

ANTHEM Parent Cue – It’s Personal

Over the next five weeks in ANTHEM, we will be focusing on the ways in which Jesus made it personal by pursuing us, knowing us, valuing us and loving us just as we are.

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