GZi: Love/Hate


Monday, June 15, 2020 @ 6:30

Middle & High School Students

7:00 – 8:30

We all have a tendency to hate on others. We can be pretty quick to judge. In a lot of ways, we thrive on it! Because we live in a world that loves to hate. The problem? We were made for a different kind of world—a world designed for love, not hate. But loving others isn’t always easy. How do we love people who drive us crazy? How do we tell someone the truth without sounding like a hater? How do we love the unlovable? In this series, we’ll explore what it looks like to lead with love rather than judgement and make a move toward landing on the right side of the line between love and hate.

THIS WEEK’S BOTTOM LINE: Let love be your filter.

 And why worry about a speck in your friend’s eye when you have a log in your own?

Matthew 7:3


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 belong and grow in a supportive, fun environment.