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April 1, 2009

Welcome to Xtreme!!!

March 28, 2007

Thanks so much for checking us out, we hope you come by some time and see us in person. We are a group of students who believe that there is a better way of life out there than what most people experience.

God has a plan for you and your life, there is more to your life than what you are experiencing….more happiness, more fulfillment, more purpose. Sounds great, doesn’t it?

Come and see.

15…… and changing the world

March 18, 2007

Zach Hunter is a 15 year old student who got so upset with the injustice in the world that he has dedicated his life to ending slavery. He started a charitable foundation, is writing a book, speaks all across the nation and is letting his life make a difference.

He says in the video that we have a chance to be “The Justice Generation”, what a thought…that we can impact what goes on globally. That we could be a voice for God, crying out against injustice.


You can link to his interview on ABC here.
The ABC interview is pretty incredible.

God is all we need

March 14, 2007
Watch this message video at

Came across this video today. Cool.

Called to make a difference

February 25, 2007

God is talking to us as a group of students, open your ears to what God would like for you to do. We are called to do more than just sit back and relax, we are called to make a difference.

Find your calling.

Change change change

April 5, 2006

Well, there sure are a lot of changes goin’ on. If you missed Wednesday night, you missed a lot.

We are revamping and rethinking the way that we do everything here at Xtreme. The key to everything we do is relationships, our relationship with God, our relationships with each other, and our relationship with the other students who need God.

You are the key, not the pastor, not the youth pastor or a member of the youth staff. You. YOU! You are the key to what God wants to do at Xtreme. The good news is–God believes in you! (And guess what, so do we!)

Now, if you are like me, you’re first reaction is probably “I can’t be the key-I’m a spiritual retard. I need someone to help me, not vice-versa.” Congratulations, you just joined Moses, David, Gideon, and a lot of others who didn’t deserve it, couldn’t handle it (so they thought), or just didn’t feel worthy. Not bad company, huh?

It is not about us. It is not about you, in fact go ahead and say that. Seriously, step away from the computer and say that to yourself right now.

Did you do it?


Our programs are not the only thing changing around here, we’re changing. We’re gonna be more committed, we’re gonna love more, pray more, do more. Can you feel it?

It’s the winds of change.

Fighting the fight

March 11, 2006

Sitting here down in Austin, TX thinking about the services from our last two Wednesday nights. Maybe it’s just me or maybe God is trying to get something through our thick skulls (is there a Kindergarden class for spiritual dopes? I might need to enroll). God seems to be ready to do something different among us but if we want it, really want it, it seems we are going to have to fight for it.

The Bible talks about the Kingdom of God suffering violence and that the violent take it by force. If we want to have what we say we want, we are going to have to fight for it, take it, make it happen. What we have to ask ourselves is “How bad do we want it?” Do we want the same old stuff or would we like to see the miraculous? Do we want boring services or do we want services where we have no idea what’s gonna happen? Do we want more? Anointing? Power? Reality? Bible-type stuff.

The cool thing is that it doesn’t have to be unanimous, it doesn’t even have to be most of us (this ain’t no democracy). All we need is one student to get a hold of this and FIGHT for it, fast for it, war in the spirit for it.

And all you have to do is ask yourself “Am I that student?”

Are you?