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Rock Solid Teen Center


Our motto states, “Building foundations for a lifetime.” One of the most important building blocks is an education that prepares a young person for a lifetime of productive and profitable work.

It is our hope that if you are a Christian church or ministry you will be inspired by our statement of faith, and know without a doubt that we are a Christian organization and that we stand with you in the faith. If you are a secular, government, or community or represent another faith, we want to help you as best we can.

But if you really hope to save money, seek out volunteer labor. And better still, check with your local high school building trades class and ask them to consider the project. If they agree, you will save yourselves literally tens of thousands of dollars.

Research has shown that arts education can help children with LD improve their literacy skills, fine motor skills, and problem-solving abilities. Additionally, the arts can boost students' self-esteem and confidence. Here are just a few of the ways that the arts can benefit children with learning disabilities.

Esports is a lot of fun and another way to attract youth to your teen center. But would you be surprised to learn that Esports also provides many benefits to its participants?

Along with building structure, and heating and cooling best practices, efficient plumbing is one more way to minimize your cost. Taken together, they all add up to large savings over what you might have otherwise paid. That's money you can use on staffing and programming.

The good news is once they start attending, you have an opportunity to build relationships and share the Gospel. In other words, your church can have hope for the future, something lacking in many of our churches today.

In short, the setup of a small to medium size youth center can be simplified with multiple uses of space and flexible scheduling.

Rock Solid Teen Center addresses every aspect of building costs and the more ideas you implement the more bang you will get for your buck.

The point I am attempting to make is this: heating and cooling are two of many areas in which costs can get out of hand, but it doesn’t need to be that way.

At Rock Solid Teen Center we pride ourselves in creating a safe and secure place for youths to hang out after school.

The bottom line is this: Most students have fallen behind. Tutoring can play an important role in helping them catch up.

We strongly recommend including a large-screen announcement TV at your youth center. It will have a significant impact on your kids in relation to their knowledge regarding Rock Solid and their behavior.

If you want to reach youth for Christ, the Alpha Course training videos are a gold mine of great ideas. And if you’re concerned about the cost, don’t be, it’s free!

The required fine-tuning is so extreme (one part in a quadrillion quadrillion quadrillion quadrillion) that if one were to remove or add a single dime’s worth of mass to this vast cosmos, the balance of the observable universe would be thrown off and physical life would not be possible.

So, here’s a thought: Why not engineer this in reverse? Why not create a neutral-looking church facility that easily transforms into a teen center?

So, here’s a thought: Why not engineer this in reverse. Why not create a neutral-looking church facility that easily transforms into a teen center.

It is a perplexing dilemma: What do you do when you witness a very disturbing nationwide trend of church decline? What do you do when you watch congregations trying the same unsuccessful approaches to ministry, over and over again, unwilling to attempt something new and promising?

Jesus said, “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy...

In the book the Schultz’ likened the church to Kodak Photography Company, which held on to the patent for digital photography, but failed to utilize it, for fear it would replace their very profitable film photography division.

It took Jesus three and one-half years 24/7 to complete His course on discipleship. And if it took Jesus that long, why should we expect it to take us any less time?