FUSION is the Jr. High Student Ministry at Grace Point Church.
Visit often for the latest news in FUSION, important dates, and current message series. For more information on why we exist and some other FAQs, be sure to check the bottom of the page.
Interested in serving in the Jr. High ministry?
Current opportunities can be found in the
KNOW. BE. SHARE.
–God’s Story (Genesis – Revelation/ Creation-to-Christ)
-Who God Is (Father-Son-Spirit)
-Who You Are/Who You’re Created To Be
…be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage with great patience and careful instruction. -2 Timothy 4:2
-Doers of the Word (James 1:22)
-Sure (2 Timothy 4:7)
…I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, and I have remained faithful. -2 Timothy 4:7
-Truth (2 Corinthians 4:5)
-Love (1 John 3:16-18)
-Life (Acts 4:32)
…Work at telling others the Good News, and fully carry out
the ministry God has given you. –2 Timothy 4:5
Where do you meet? Grace Point Church (1201 McCollum Road, Bentonville, AR [MAP])
When do you meet? Wednesday evenings from 6:00 – 8:00 pm (see schedule at right)
Can I come early? Absolutely! The building opens at 4:30 pm. Come hang out, do homework, play games. However, the Snack Shop will not open until later.
How old do I have to be? FUSION is for all 6th through 8th graders.
What do I have to wear? Youth group is casual! Feel free to wear comfortable, modest clothing.
What should I bring? A Bible and a pen is all you need. If you don’t have a Bible, let us know and we can get you one.
Do I need money? There is a Snack Shop with goodies from pizza to Skittles, so bring a few bucks if you want a sugar rush or need some nourishment.
What do you do at youth group? Wednesday nights are a combination of games, corporate worship, truth from God’s word, and Small Groups where you learn how to apply truth from scripture, and develop close friendships with others your age.
Can I stay with my friend during small group time? Our small groups are designed to be grade and gender specific.
I don’t know anyone in FUSION. Can I still come? Absolutely! Feel free to email us or call us ahead of time if you have any questions, but know we have a team of students and leaders who consider it their job to make you feel welcome.
Meet Kevin Crow
Kevin is married to Kayla, and they are the parents of James (15) and Olivia (4) and Edith. They live in Bella Vista.
Kevin’s previous employment was as Director of Operations for NWA Boys and Girls Club. Kevin has been closely involved with students for the last 10 years, first as a youth pastor at Highland Park in Dallas, Texas, and then continually through involvement with Camp War Eagle, Ozone, and Boys and Girls Clubs’ students and families. We are thrilled to have Kevin serving with our youth and feel extremely confident voting for him in this leadership position.