Monday, March 20


As the conversation focuses on unity this week, it’s important to distinguish what unity is and what unity is not. Unity is working together toward a common goal. It’s being for one another, no matter our differences. Unity, however, is not sameness, and that’s an important distinction to make. Choosing to pursue unity does not mean sacrificing the things that make us unique and different. Rather, it’s celebrating and coming together with our unique differences. And that’s something we can all do!

iGrow is a weekly experience that gives teenagers a way to connect more deeply to God. To be a part of iGrow, students sign a covenant and commit to each other, their own personal growth and the group. iGrow is open to any student who wants to discover what God’s Word has to say about their lives. iGrow students also have additional opportunities to bond and have fun together during organized outings.