NB High School
Grades 9th through 12th
Sundays at 9:30a in the Loft. Curriculum: The Gospel Project
Our Sunday morning study seeks to equip students by growing their understanding of the Bible and the daily implications of the gospel. This is a large group setting led by a teacher or teaching team who cover the main point of the given passage before opening up a conversation concerning the text. Students are engaged in dialogue that presses into discovering the practical application of the Word. This past summer and fall we worked through the Gospel-Centered Life for Students and God’s Heart for the Nations. In January we will begin a study that examines how the gospel refines us through community.
Wednesdays at 6:30p in the Loft. (Though 10-12th Grade Groups meet in classrooms on the third floor of NBC, we all meet in the Loft first for Worship through song.
Our midweek gathering is an excellent way for students to get connected with other students and adult leaders. Our Wednesday evenings strive to create a biblically informed, relational environment for students to grow as disciples. We primarily do this through large group activities and small group discussion time. Our programming follows an oratory, storytelling approach where we start our session by verbally articulating the focal point of the text in story form. We next examine the specific passage of Scripture to see what was missed or added. Then we piece by piece reconstruct the narrative, dialoguing about the most significant details along the way. Our small group leaders facilitate a time of prayer and conversation that centers on the night’s focal passage of Scripture. This winter we will be evaluating stories about key Old Testament characters (i.e. – Daniel, Esther, David, & Solomon), observing what each of these teach us about ourselves, about God, and about His global purpose to redeem a people from every people. For more details about the specific biblical texts we will be covering weekly, sign-up for our monthly parent email.