In the book of Exodus, Moses went up the mountain to meet with the Lord. He spent nearly 40 days alone at the top of the mountain. During that time, Moses spoke with God, Moses heard from God, and Moses worshiped God. As he descended from the mountain, his face was illuminated because he had spent time with the Lord. The people around Moses were encouraged, challenged, and changed by what Moses had experienced during his time with the Father.
Catalyst is specifically designed to allow students to have the opportunity to meet with God in a focused environment. Obviously, we are all free to approach the Lord in our home, in our car, at our school, or anywhere else. However, at times, pulling away and setting aside a moment (or in this case, a weekend) to fully devote our hearts and our hands to the Lord is beneficial. Our prayer is that each person joining us at Catalyst experiences personal revival through the Worship, teaching, and fellowship.
Due to current circumstances, Catalyst will be hosted exclusively on campus both Friday night and Saturday. Each session will feature Worship from our house band, led by Jeff Maxwell, alongside teaching by Stuart Hall. The $40 registration fee includes lunch on Saturday, an event T-shirt, three sessions of Worship and teaching, two breakout sessions, and fellowship with your Life Group.
We believe God will move in a mighty way at Catalyst this year.
Middle school and high school students are going to lift their voices and their hands in Worship. We will open our Bibles and our hearts in anticipation for God to speak. Lives will be changed. Don’t miss out on what God is doing here in Memphis.
Will you join us for Catalyst 2021?
—Your Next Gen Ministry Team
For more information about Catalyst or to register, visit bellevue.org/catalyst.