Quest Teens Think ‘Small’

Quest Teens have been bonding and enjoying real-talk conversations with each other through Small Groups.

This fall, Quest Teens began connecting in life-changing ways through Small Groups. These groups provide an atmosphere for students to engage in meaningful conversations about life, faith, and their Christ-given purpose.
“I had a positive experience in the Small Group. I feel that it’s important to learn about what our purpose is in life now rather than later, so that we’re ahead of the game,” said 14-year-old Jasmine, a 9th-grader. “I think that the Small Group has impacted me in a positive way because it made me think about a purpose-driven life and what I am on Earth for.”

Erwin Rodriguez

Erwin Rodriguez

East Campus Teen Director at Christ Church

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