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March 1-3 2024



Our friends from the team at Empowered Homes will be joining us for Family Life Weekend 2024!

Empowered Homes exists to provide practical resources and strategies to help empower your home to be all that it was designed to be. How do we discover that purpose?

Empowered Home believes that when homes are transformed by the power of the Gospel and experience true fulfillment in Jesus Christ, such a movement would provide the “tipping point” needed to restore the home to God’s original design.



Alex Werner

Alex Werner is a worship leader from Austin Texas. Alex has lead worship for camps and seminars all over the country and for the last 5 years has been the next gen worship leader for Hill Country Bible Church. Alex has a passion for leading and equipping students especially and has built a team of musicians around him that shares the same passion. This team includes people like Steve Mielke who is the leader of the christian band The Response Band, Rebecca Chew who is a worship leader at Hill Country and who has also lead at churches all over the country, and other professional musicians from Austin, Tx.



Kids of all ages will have a blast at Family Life Weekend. They'll enjoy exciting worship, small group sessions, great food, and the "Capture Scavenger Hunt" experience.


Family Life Weekend is the perfect opportunity for students to be part of something bigger than themselves.They'll be pushed spiritually to take their relationship with God to the next level.


Family Life Weekend isn't just for the kids! Come get equipped with powerful workshops full of practical parenting and family tools that you can use to build a Christ Centered Family.


Friday, March 1st

6:00 PM – Check-In begins, Hamburger and hotdog dinner and games/inflatables in the parking lot.

7:00 PM- Doors open for Worship (Student, Adults, Elementary Kids) Kids Ministry for preschoolers in kids building.

8:30 PM- Students to Small Groups at Church

9:15 PM- Nachos / Late Night Event for students at student building

10:00 PM- Head to host homes

Saturday, March 2nd

8:15- Breakfast for Students in the student building

8:30 AM – Kid Building Doors Open (Kids Ministry open till lunch)

8:45 AM- Adults, Students and Elementary at Morning Worship Gathering

9:00 AM- Adult Breakout Session 1, Student Morning Bible Study, Elementary lesson in Kids Building.  

10:00- 10:15 AM – Break Time for Adults and Students

10:15 AM – Adult Breakout Session 2 and Student Bible Study/Rec

11:15-11:30- Break Time for Adults and Students

11:30-12:30- Adult Breakout Session 3

12:30 PM- Chicken Strip and nugget Lunch in the Student Building

1:30ish PM – “Capture Scavenger Rec Event” starts from the rec field for Kids and they stay on campus. Students starts from the field but their race is all over town!

Free Time once “Capture” is finished till dinner

5:00 PM- Kids and Adults Pasta Dinner begins in the Student Building

5:30 PM- Students Arrive for Dinner

6:00-6:50 – Adult Breakout Session 4, Kids Ministry Open

7:00 PM- Worship Gathering (Student, Adult, Elementary) Kids Ministry for preschoolers in kids building.

8:30 PM -Students to Small Groups with college leader

9:00 PM- Pizza / Late Night Event for students at student building

9:30 PM- Head to host homes

Sunday, March 3rd

9:00 AM- Students – Breakfast in student building

9:30 AM- Kids Ministry Small Groups, Worship Services (with weekend speaker and band), Adults attend groups and Students will be in Bible Study.

11:00 AM- Kids Ministry Small Groups, Worship Services (with weekend speaker and band) for adults and students.

12:20 PM – Families Picnic Lunch – Individual families meet for lunch and prayer to close out the weekend.


Single parenting brings on challenges that only single parents can understand. Struggles, frustration, and misconceptions can sometimes be overwhelming. In the session we will look at how single parents can thrive as the primary faith trainers in their homes.

Research has found that grandparents have a huge part to play in the faith maturity of grandchildren. Parents cultivate and shape spiritual disciplines while grandparents help form “faith identity.” Grandparents who model their faith see higher faith maturity in their grandchildren. In this breakout, we will examine three key actions steps for grandparents to leave a Jesus Legacy.

 Keeping the spark in your marriage takes initiative and intentionality. In this session we will look at three keys to pursuing your spouse daily.  

What does it mean to be a primary faith trainer? In this session we will discuss practical tips and ideas for leading spiritually in our homes. You will not be asked to add more stuff to your plate, instead you will be tasked with leveraging your everyday routines and rhythms for discipleship. 

Are you ready to face the teen years…again? Kids go through huge changes; mentally, physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. This class will give you some practical ideas about how to prepare you and your child to enjoy the teen years in this ever-changing world. Amazing things are ahead!

Becoming an adult is a welcome, yet daunting task for most teenagers. The newfound freedom and relaxed structure lead to excitement as students embrace a new world. Parents have an amazing responsibility to prepare their son or daughter to embrace growing up from all perspectives

As disciples of Jesus, it is essential for us to increasingly resemble Him as we grow in our faith. During this session, we will explore two aspects of our lives that we must surrender in order to reflect Jesus both individually and as a family unit.