Student Leader Close Out the Year

As the month of June draws to a close, so do the FCA huddles that have been influencing campuses across Newport Mesa. At the final huddles for three of these high school campuses, student leaders stood before their peers to share how God has been moving in their lives during the past year. They shared stories…

May Huddles

The month of May held 14 huddles. That means that, on 14 individual occasions, the goodness of God has been declared on public school campuses across Newport Mesa. Below are a few brief highlights from this amazing month of huddles!  Ty Scott King is a recording artist, writer, and radio host who has a passion…

God Uses Your Passion

“For it will be like a man going on a journey, who called his servants and entrusted to them his property. To one he gave five talents, to another two, to another one, to each according to his ability. Then he went away. He who had received the five talents went at once and traded with them, and he made five talents more. So…

Something to Celebrate

Brian Sumner is a professional skate boarder who came to know Christ when he realized that his life wasn’t turning out the way he had hoped. Achieving impressive success in the skateboarding industry at a relatively young age, Brian lived as if the world revolved around him. When that world began to crumble, he realized…

It’s Not Complicated

When The Crossing Church youth pastor Ben Applebee spoke at huddle last Friday, he had a powerful message for Newport Harbor and Corona del Mar students. Ben reminded the students about the heart of the Gospel, Jesus’ incredible love and sacrifice, and the simplicity of responding to His open invitation.

Keep Your Eyes on Christ

“Keep your eyes on Christ.” That was Jana Alyra’s message when she spoke to Newport Harbor and Corona del Mar high school students. She shared about the most tragic moment of her life, when she lost her four-year-old daughter in a car accident, and how God spoke to her in the midst of her sorrow.…