9th – 12th grade students during the 2020-21 school year, and 2020 HS Graduates
MOVE grade is a 5-day High School event held all over the country designed to amplify the call of Christ on students’ lives to become Kingdom Workers. More HERE
Lincoln, NE at UNL. More HERE.
Monday, July 6-10, 2020 / See the whole week's schedule HERE
$400 total; $50 non-refundable deposit saves your spot
Feb. 1 - $50 non-refundable deposit due
March 18 - $100 required payment due
April 22 - $100 required payment due
May 24 - final payment ($150)
*The February 1st $50 deposit will hold your CIY spot and is non-refundable. An additional $100 payment is required by March 18, as well as the April 22 payment. The remaining balance of $150 is due in full by May 24. Payments can be made in more frequent and smaller amounts if that is best for your budget; however you must still meet the Feb. 1-$50, Mar 18-$100, Apr 22-$100 and May 24-$150 deadlines. The original $50 deposit is still non-refundable. After the May 24 deadline, all registrations will be paid to CIY, making them also non-refundable at that time.
WHAT WE'LL LEARN
In the last moments of Jesus’ ministry on Earth, he said something that is extremely shocking: that it is for our good that he should go away.
He follows this shocking statement with encouragement and hope – that once he leaves he will send an advocate to speak on our behalf. That advocate is the Holy Spirit, the Third Person of the Trinity. He holds the same power of God the Father and the same promise of Jesus the Son. He lives in us and works through us and keeps us connected to one another. As we answer Christ’s call on our lives to be Kingdom workers, the Holy Spirit guides and provides … and the fruits of that labor are wide-reaching and eternal.
In 2020 CIY MOVE will explore the Third Person of the Trinity – who he is, how he works, and the many ways high school students can lean in and stay connected to him every moment of their lives.
We worship the Father. We love Jesus. And it’s time for us to talk about the Third Person.