Youth Ministry

"Therefore encourage one another and build up one another, just as you also are doing."

1 Thessalonians 5:11

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Triple Cross Youth Ministry strives to provide a safe place and the resources needed for the spiritual growth of youth in grades 7-12 in our community.  Our goal is to introduce youth and their families to Jesus Christ, and challenge them to become leaders for the Kingdom of God.  The foundation of our ministry is the Word of God, and we build our faith by exploring how the Bible relates to our lives today.  We will also have fun while we learn, with activities such as basketball, volleyball, air hockey, horseshoes, horseback riding, rodeos, youth band, and trips to concerts, sports events, and amusement parks.

Our youth ministry team works together with this purpose:

    1. Embrace every student that visits our church and make them feel loved and accepted.

    2. Expose every student to the gospel message of Jesus Christ in a manner that is both fun and effective.

    3. Encourage every student in their endeavors, whether they are in sports, academics, arts, and most importantly in their Christian walk.

    4. Equip believers to have a strong and deep friendship with Christ.

    5. Challenge every believer to discover their ministry.

What’s Youth Group like at a Cowboy Church? 

Youth group meets every Wednesday night at 6:00 in our NEW YOUTH BARN north of the church.  We begin with a meal followed by activities, games, music, and instruction.   Come as you are, and don't dress might get dirty.  Your friends are always welcome too, so round 'em up and come on!

 "Therefore encourage one another and build up one another, just as you also are doing." 1 Thessalonians 5:11

Grun Family

Youth Pastor: Dusty Grun

Dusty Grun was born in Winters, Texas and grew up in the farming and ranching community of Moro. He attended Jim Ned High Schooland Texas A&M University where he met his wife Jodee of Texas City in 2005, while both studying Animal Science and Ag Leadership and Development. They were married in 2006. The family has managed and worked for several ranches in Brazos, Runnels, Coleman, Brown, and Nolan Counties along with helping run their families farming and ranching operations in Taylor County. Dusty and Jodee were involved with Arena and Youth Ministries at Bluff Creek Cowboy Church before coming to Triple Cross. Jodee is currently a science teacher for Dublin ISD. Dusty and Jodee have 4 Boys; Brazos 10, Tuff 8, Riggin 4,and Haze 18 months.

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For more information on TCCC Youth Group please call Dusty at 325-794-8090