We know many young adults are asking a different set of questions than everyone else.
They're often wandering between faith and doubt, searching for authentic community, hoping to make a difference, and not sure what to do with their lives amidst hundreds of different options. We also know that your 20s is full of unique opportunities to discover your calling, enter into a lifelong rhythm of life with God and to participate in God’s ongoing mission to every neighborhood and nation.
With these obstacles and opportunities in mind, we invite you to be part of The Vue—the young adults ministry of Bellevue Christian Church. We want to help you make the most of your 20s by becoming part of a community of young adults in Bellevue who are learning to follow Jesus in all of life. It's led by Austin & Julie Gohn, two people who are still technically young adults themselves.
Every Sunday, we gather with the rest of the church for an inter-generational morning of worship and teaching. On the last Thursday of every month at 7 pm (unless announced otherwise), we gather together with other young adults at Bellevue Christian Church to worship Jesus, listen to a relevant teaching from scripture, and hear stories of what God is doing through young adults in this community. Throughout the week, we gather with other young adults in discipleship communities where we are learning to live our everyday lives like Jesus together.
If you want to find out more about how to get involved with The Vue, contact Austin Gohn at email@example.com, connect with us on Facebook or just show up on a Sunday morning and introduce yourself! We also send out a weekly email called The ReVue and you can sign up by sending Austin an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us on the last Thursday of each month (7pm) at Bellevue Christian Church for our young adults worship and teaching night we call The Vue. After January, we will be ending regular monthly gatherings for The Vue as God leads the young adults in our church into something new.
When Paul told Timothy not to let anyone look down on him because he was young (1 Timothy 4:11-16), he wasn't writing to a twelve-year-old at summer camp. He was writing to a young leader in his late twenties or early thirties, who was struggling to make sense of what it looked like to lead in an urban church. As a community of young leaders, Paul's instructions to Timothy (mostly) apply to us as well. Over the next three months, we are going to unpack three of those instructions as we learn to lead in our churches even while we are young.
- November 2 | How to Set an Example
- December 7 | How to Not Neglect Your Gifts
- January 4 | How to Watch Your Doctrine Closely
Young adults are asking a different set of questions than everyone else. Over the past four years of young adults ministry, there are certain questions that have come up over and over again. In our current series, 5 Questions, we are looking into the Scriptures as we try to answer five questions most young adults face at some point in their twenties. How we answer these questions can change the course of our lives.
Audio from Part 1 ("Fig Leaves") is unavailable.