Find out about this brand new Celebrate Recovery coming to The Net Church in Huntsville! Millions have found healing from their hurts, habits, and hang-ups through Celebrate Recovery! 🙌 Join us on Sunday, October 21st at 5 pm to learn how you can be a part of this changing ministry! We are conveniently located at The Stone Center, Campus 805. Share this event with your friends and spread the word! https://www.facebook.com/events/536780226768877/ #celebraterecovery #lifechange #campus805 #darkdays #newhope #struggles #findinghope
More pics from the night. Thank you for everyone’s prayers and support. The Net student ministries is growing!!
Great night at the Net! Lip sync battle at its best
Teens and Tweens...Save the Date! Lip Sync Battle @ at The Net Church! August 19th, 5:30 pm at the Worship Center, The Stone Center, Campus 805! Invite your friends!!
Lisa Whelchel at The Net Church this weekend!!
1st student ministry trip to Spring Valley Beach!! Everyone had a blast
Jasmine Murray of American Idol and Miss America Finalist at The Net Church this week! This Sunday, 10:30 am, the Stone Center, Campus 805. Come and join us at The Net to hear Jasmine Murray talk about her personal experience with Fear and Anxiety. Jasmine was a finalist on American Idol. Miss Mississippi title. Top 10 Miss America. More about Jasmine... Before the age of 22, Jasmine Murray had curated quite a resume. By anyone’s standards, she made it to the top. But the bright lights of success can cast a long, dark shadow. For Jasmine, that shadow hid anxiety that became difficult at times. In the dark, fear whispered she was not good enough. But with a supportive family, a divine songwriting appointment and help from God, she began pushing back and using her platform to show others they are not alone. “We all have chinks in our armor,” says Jasmine. “Some are clearly seen from the outside. Mine were on the inside; I secretly battled fear and anxiety. I know it looks like I had it all together, but I didn’t. Best known for her powerhouse vocals as a finalist in season eight of “American Idol,” Jasmine has worked hard to overcome and achieve so much at a young age. Named Miss Mississippi and placing in the top 10 in Miss America 2015, she paid for college entirely with her contest earnings. Now she’s inspiring audiences with a fresh pop sound and a profound message of hope as an artist and songwriter with Fair Trade Services. Now at age 25, Jasmine’s experience contributes to the wisdom and poise she carries. She’s on a mission, and she’s just getting started. “I feel like I’m on a journey, and it’s a privilege to be able to share that with people,” she says. “I know this is my purpose. I’m where I’m supposed to be. I want to reach people with the message God’s given me.
What a great night we had!!! We had a great turn out. I can't wait til our next big student ministry event.
Save the Date!!! Invite a friend. Karaoke, pizza, and games! April 15th @ The Stone Center, Campus 805 #karaokenight #thenetchurch #campus805