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6 Jesus told him, ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.'”
                                           – John 14:6
We believe that the only way to find eternal life is through a relationship with Jesus Christ. As such, our priority is helping students find Jesus and develop a strong, growing, relationship with Him. That is why we place an emphasis on Biblical teaching every week.  


24 Then Jesus said to his disciples, ‘If anyone wants to follow after me, let him deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me.'”
                                              – Matthew 16:24
We believe that being a Christian means more than just saying that we believe in Jesus; it means that we need to also follow Him. Jesus calls us to live in a way that shows the world around us that we are His disciples. That is why we emphasize the practical application of Biblical truth every week. 


45 For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.”
                                              – Mark 10:45
We believe that, as Christians, we are to reflect the character and nature of Jesus. Even though He was the Messiah, He served those who others considered to be ‘less-than.’ Because Jesus lovingly served those around Him, we should as well. That is why we emphasize the use of personal gifts and abilities to serve in God’s Kingdom. 
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When We Meet

Middle School
(Off for the Summer)
Wednesdays | 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
High School
(Off for the Summer)
Sundays | 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
The purpose of our regular programming is to engage students with Biblical truth and practical life application that is relevant to them. We enjoy fellowship that includes teaching, small groups, and games. 
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  What’s Happening

G R A D  C L A S S

Now What?

Sundays After Service (Starting in June)
Well, you’ve just graduated… now what? On Sundays in the month of June, graduates can join us here at the church to talk about life after High School! We’ll eat together, then go through short lessons that will go over the 4 Big Questions every graduate should think about.
1. Why Am I Doing What I’m Doing?
2. What Do I Believe?
3. Who Will I Surround Myself With?
4. How Am I Going to Finish?
We hope that you’ll come hang with us!
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Trade-Up Challenge

June 16th, 2021
Did you know that, back in 2005, a Canadian blogger named Kyle MacDonald traded up from One Red Paperclip to a house? No lie! Now it’s become a global challenge to see what people can trade up for!
Well, get ready, because we’re going to host a Trade-Up Challenge here at the church for Middle School & High School students. You’ll be split into groups and your goal is to be the team with the most valuable item when the time runs out. 
What can your team Trade-Up for? 
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CIY Move 2021

July 12th – July 16th 2021
Move is a 5-day High School event held all over the country designed to amplify the call of Christ on students’ lives to become Kingdom Workers. This year, we’ll be traveling to Lincoln, NE to attend the event held on the UNL Campus! You can register for Move 2021 below. 
Want to know more about Move? Click here!
Still have questions? You can call/text Isaac at (515) 868-5382
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Pastor Isaac Rinne
Youth Pastor
Hello! My name is Isaac Rinne and I’m the Youth Pastor at Indianola Church of Christ. I graduated from Nebraska Christian College in 2016 with a degree in Youth Ministry and have been serving at Indianola Church of Christ since 2015. I got into Youth Ministry because I want students to feel known, valued, and loved by their creator and by their local church.
If you have any questions for me, feel free to reach out!
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Call/Text: (515) 868-5382
Email: i5aacrinne@gmail.com