Defined Check-In Zoom Classes

Starting on Sunday, October 11, 2020, join us in an exciting 6-week group session for youth and young adults (ages 13-21) to explore and reflect on the amazing creation God has formed in each and every one of His children. This will be a very real and life-changing opportunity to check-in and help you discover how God has defined you – and diminish any lies that the enemy has planted to try to derail you from knowing your true identity.

We’re excited to learn more about God and share our experiences with one another, in an effort to uncover how God uses all that we are in our journey to “purpose.”

These sessions will be a time of release, healing, and growth so that you can stand proud and walk in the strength of who God created you to be.

To know God is also to know you.

“For God, who said, ‘Let light shine out of darkness,’ made his light shine in our hearts to give us the light of the knowledge of God’s glory displayed in the face of Christ.” - 2 Corinthians 4:6

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The purpose of the six weeks session is to help young people realize their true identity in Christ and learn strategies to handle real-life issues that may hinder them from knowing who they are in Christ. These sessions are inspired by the book, “Defined: Who God Says You Are” by Stephen & Alex Kendrick.

These sessions may expose root of some issues that your child may be currently facing, which will provide an opportunity for healing. Any information your child shares is confidential unless your child gives written consent to disclose certain information. Because of the sensitive nature of the information being discussed, confidentiality is essential to preserve your child’s basic rights and trust. During these sessions, your child has the right to:

  • Be respected, listened to, and heard.
  • Freely express your thoughts, feelings, and emotions in a safe and judgment-free space.
  • Confidentiality under federal and state laws.
  • Humane care and protection from harm, abuse, and neglect.
  • Make an informed decision regarding whether to accept or reject help.

While your child’s safety and privacy are important to us, there are some situations where information may need to be disclosed. They include:

  • The child harms oneself or someone else.
  • The child is involved in activities, causing harm to oneself, someone else, or national security.
  • The child reports abuse of oneself or an elderly person
  • A court subpoena
  • The child signs a waiver requesting the release of information.

Except for the situations described above, the child’s parent(s)/guardian(s) will not be told specific information the child shares in the sessions. This includes activities/behaviors the child’s parent(s)/guardian(s) would not approve of or maybe upset by, but do not put the child or others at risk for immediate harm.

If you know you are unable to make a session, we require at least 24 HOURS notice. Each child must report to the class on time every Sunday. **If your child misses more than (3) sessions, they will not be allowed to continue participating and will need to register for any future offerings.**

Your child is required to follow these rules while attending these sessions:

  • Respect the opinions of others
  • Turn off or mute your phone while in session
  • Come to the session with an open mind, seeking to gain something
  • Verbal participation
  • Keep confidentiality

**Failure to adhere to these rules is also caused for dismissal from the session. Please review these rules with your child.**

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Please list name and telephone.

By signing this form, I request that my son/daughter/self (NAME REGISTERED) be allowed to participate in the “Defined” sessions for six consecutive weeks. In the event of illness or injury, I, as the parent/self, do hereby consent to whatever medical treatment is necessary.

(Required if student under 18)