Reset Student Movement Youth Events are Back!

200 students came together for a powerful night

The Reset Student Movement was thrilled to gather with students from 5 Upstate New York churches last Friday, July 30th! Our local network of youth pastors brought 200 students to Grace Point Church in Vestal, NY for games, worship, and a powerful message. LFC’s Pastor Jackson Garrell preached on community while encouraging the students to deepen their connections with God and each other. After the message, 50 students chose to stay in the church auditorium to pray with leaders. Students’ lives were changed as they accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior. Many students prayed together while opening up and supporting each other. A couple of students even shared their recent battles with suicidal thoughts, giving leaders the opportunity to support them and guide them towards the help they need. We were blown away as we watched God move so powerfully through this event, the message, the youth pastors, and the Reset community that has become a support system for so many students.

Thank you to all of the churches, pastors, hosts, and volunteers who contributed to such a wonderful event. 

The movement is just beginning

As with every Reset Student Movement gathering, the youth event is just the beginning. Now that students have committed to deepening their relationships with God and their youth group families, we get to foster a loving community where they can grow. 

Connect with the Reset Student Movement

We developed the Reset Student Movement to create supportive communities where teenagers can grow closer to God and each other. Reset hosts evangelistic events in communities with small to mid-sized churches, inviting multiple youth groups in the area to come together for one high-energy and high-impact night. These events are just the launching point for year-round small groups within each individual church, giving the students a consistent community where they can find encouragement and grow in faith. If you’d like to learn more about the Reset Student Movement, click here.