For students entering grades 6-8.
Dates: June 25-28, 2018
Cost: $225 (Registration and $100 deposit due May 20th)
Location: Lee University, Cleveland TN

What is CIY MIX?

CIY MIX is a four-day summer event specifically designed for students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades. It is intentionally crafted in ways that will engage middle school students through tactile, interactive and fun activities coupled with Bible-based teaching and small group interaction.

MIX is an event that understands middle school students need their own experience. This age group is at a unique time in their lives – they’re growing and learning different than any other age group. They’re still young enough to need to play, but old enough to start understanding some core ideals that will stay with them the rest of their lives. For this reason, MIX isn’t designed for high school students, or for preteens. It’s specifically designed for sixth, seventh and eighth grade students – it’s their chance to be exactly who they are: to play, listen and learn as themselves.

It’s also created for adult leaders to build relationships with students that will last long after the MIX experience. At MIX, your students will come to understand their identity in God’s Kingdom, and be challenged to embrace the Kingdom work He has prepared for them.


Sometimes talking about Jesus creates more questions.

If I'm not hurting anybody, why can't I do what I want?

Is Jesus the ONLY way to be saved? There are some Christians I don't like ... Is that bad? What if I don't believe everything people say about Jesus? How can I be sure that I'm really, really saved?

You're not the first to ask these questions. Even Jesus' best friends asked questions like these. In fact, Jesus' friend and disciple, John, wrote a letter to other Christians addressing some of these questions.

And John's answers about what it means to follow Jesus make it really clear. Black and white. Light and Dark. In the summer of 2018, MIX will help middle school students understand John's answers to these big questions by looking at God's family in comparison to the world's chaos.

Will you believe?
Will you obey?

Will you love?

Get ready for the contrast!