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OutReach is a student ministry that is grounded in both prayer and the Word of God, and that equips students to walk closely with the Lord while being faithful witnesses for Jesus Christ.
“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20 NASB)
Our current curriculum is Milestones.
Who is God? What is He like? How does God impact my life today? Where can I turn for answers? Why is having a relationship with Him important?
People throughout the world claim to know God and what God is like. One religion says God is like this while another says He is like that. One person says God told them to do one thing, but Scripture reveals God would never instruct someone to do such a thing. So who is right, and how can we gain genuine knowledge about God in the midst of the various opinions around us? Where can we confidently turn to for answers?
In Volume 1 of Milestones, we explore questions like these surrounding the person, character, and mission of God as reveled in Scripture. Over the course of eight sessions, students will:
- uncover key theological truths about God.
- unpack why those truths are important.
- discover ways to engage their community and culture in light of them.
It is our hope that by going through this volume, students will grow in their personal knowledge and understanding of God and His world. We also hope God will use this study to equip another generation to boldly proclaim the truth about who He is and the message of hope He has provided through the gospel to a world that desperately needs it.
The Outreach Student Ministry centers on evangelism (Kingdom expansion) while challenging students to seek to grow closer to God daily (character transformation). We are currently conducting a year long discipleship training program focused on fulfilling the Great Commission (Wednesday night Study), while continuing to grow closer to God through the study of the Word of God (Sunday School and and Wednesday night Outreach).
Who may serve in Student Ministry?
a) You must have repented of your sin and placed saving faith in Jesus Christ.
b) To ensure the protection of the students and children involved in our ministries, Faith Baptist Church requires all staff members and volunteers working in ministries to or including students and children to complete these four safety steps through MinistrySafe before work or volunteer placements begin: Sexual Abuse Awareness Training, a thorough screening process, written agreement to policies and procedures, and a criminal background check(s).
c) You must have a desire to serve the Lord through leading and serving students and their families.
d) You must be an active member of Faith Baptist Church in good standing.
e) You must be at least seven years older than the students to whom you are ministering.
f) You must be affirmed into this position by Associate Pastor to Families and the Lead Pastor.