What to Expect Youth (7th-12th)

Youth is open to all students 7th-12th grade.

We’re stoked you chose to click on the youth link, and we hope you find this information worthwhile. If you have questions about the Youth Ministry at LHBC, please contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . If you're looking for our Team page, click here.

Here's a quick look at our weekly activities:

Sunday morning, September 2nd at 9:30 the youth will be starting their own School of Discipleship. We are starting a 75 week study using a LifeWay curriculum called Elements. It's going to be a great study that looks at twenty-five different topics from three different angles, helping us get a fuller understanding of God’s word. Don't let your youth miss out on this.

Sunday Evening SIX05– Feel free to bring friends! 6:05 to 7:30 p.m. We start our Sunday evening youth event with some sort of snack (who doesn’t need cookies or nachos or popsicles on a Sunday night?) and then we get after it. Each Sunday night we will worship the Lord in a variety of ways: fellowship, eating, singing, hearing God’s Word preached and taught, and enjoying a game or two.

After the large–group teaching time, we will break into small groups for a time of discussion and application. Our adult leaders serve as small-group facilitators to help the students understand and apply God’s Word to their everyday lives.

We have a unique opportunity in that our Sunday Night Youth Event is made up of students from three churches in the Bryan-College Station area—Living Hope College Station, New Life, and Living Hope Bryan. We are blessed to learn, grow, and serve together!

Doing Life Together - (various times throughout the week)

The basis for a successful student ministry is when the youth workers and families are doing life together. Relationships take time to be built, and that time has to be outside the walls of our church building. We ask our workers to pursue 1-2 students and their families.

Students will get the benefit of observing the daily life of someone who is seeking to honor the Lord by their life. And, you (as parents) will have someone to support and affirm the biblical teaching that you give your children. So that means you may have some workers over to play basketball, have dinner, or offer to take your child out for coffee or to go grocery shopping. (Creativity is the key here….)

Again, thank you for checking out the Youth Ministry page. If you have any questions, please let us know at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Blessings!

Recent Sermons

Psalms 19:1-14
March 17, 2019
Romans 3:21-26
March 10, 2019
1 Peter 5:6-7
March 03, 2019
1 Peter 5:1-5
February 24, 2019

Meeting Times


9:30 a.m. - School of Discipleship
11:00 a.m. - Worship Service
Worship Guide - Sunday, March 17 - Click here

Spiritual Gifts Survey - Click here

Bible Reading Plan - Click here