Cardinals for Christ

Laguna Creek High School Christian Club

Luke 19:10 - For the Son of Man (Jesus) came to save and seek the lost

Mission Statement:

To share the Good News (Gospel) of Jesus Christ with our fellow students, staff, community, and region. (Matthew 28:18-20)

Grow in community through prayer, worship, fellowship and study of the Bible. (Acts 2:42)

Encourage everyone to seek out and grow in the personal relationship that The Lord desires of each of us and allow Him to guide us in the direction He has purposed for our lives. (Jeremiah 29:11 and Psalm 32:8)

Upcoming News:

FCA Huddles

  • 12/12/2019 Otis Amey of FCA will be speaking to our Christian Club during both lunches

  • February 3rd and 6th, 2020 Dean Braxton will be here to share with our students, families and community his experience in heaven while being declared medically dead for an hour and forty five minutes. Dean uses his experience to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and give hope to those who ask what happens when we die. His lunch time messages to our students will be followed by free evening services on Monday (2/3/2020) and Thursday (2/6/2020) at Laguna Creek High School and open to the community.

PLEASE BRING FRIENDS AND FAMILY MEMBERS WHO MAY NOT KNOW JESUS.

  • Feb 3, 2020 - Laguna Creek High School (Elk Grove, Ca) - 7:00 pm LCHS Multi-Purpose Room
  • Feb 6, 2020 - LagunaCreek High School (Elk Grove , Ca) - 7:00 pm Laguna Creek High School Theater

UPDATE: Dean Braxton's visit has come and gone, but the fruit of his work has energized many for the work of Christ. He spoke on Monday to 170 Laguna Creek High School students and then again that evening to about 80 people in the LC community. He then spoke on Tuesday at Cosumnes Oaks HS, Sheldon HS on Wednesday and Liberty Ranch HS on Thursday. He finished his tour of the region by returning to Laguna Creek HS Thursday evening where he spoke again to about 80 community members. He will be back again next year around the end of February. Thank You for all of your support and please pray that the seeds planted during the week of February 3-6, bear much fruit.