Wednesday, November 11
Middle & High School Students
6:30 – 8:30
Teenagers have a tendency to compare themselves to others. The grades you’re getting, the people you’re dating, the friends you have, the clothes you wear, the highlight reel on your Instagram feed—it all feels like one long list of what others have that you just don’t! In this series, we’ll help you discover that comparison not only keeps you from liking others, it holds you back from being able to like yourself! And the further you move away from comparison and toward contentment, the more you’ll be able to love who you are just as you are!
THIS WEEK’S BOTTOM LINE: I can like me because God loves me.
This weekly interactive experience is at the core of what Ground Zero is all about — building relationships! GZi is a high-energy gathering where teens can hang with their friends, grab dinner in Top Nosh (for free!), get a coffee at the Ground Zero Coffee Shop, play video games and be entertained by a DJ or performer. During the experience, teens also hear from a speaker and engage in group discussion about a relevant topic or issue they face (think school, relationships, family, life and more!). GZi is the place to be each week, a place where teenagers can go, belong and grow in a supportive, fun environment.