A NOTE FROM SCOTT
Our mission statement for the Fullness Student Ministry is that we are seeking to help young people follow Jesus in Babylon with endurance.
Although we cannot follow Jesus for them, we want to encourage them that Jesus is worth it! We also want them to “follow Jesus” not create a version of Jesus that follows them. In the increasingly secular and pagan society in which we live, students are growing up in a generation where following Jesus puts them in the minority. We want to prepare them to follow Jesus in that kind of environment. Finally, we don’t want to just entertain them for a few years but give them the tools to follow Jesus for the rest of their lives!
We strive to create an environment where students, ages 7th grade through 12th grade, encounter, experience and expand the love of Jesus Christ, the power of the Holy Spirit and the fullness of God.
Here in the Fullness Student Ministry, we have three core values that we try to continually set before our students:
1) Have a Big View of God
2) Know and Love the Gospel
3) Impact My Generation
It is our heart that our students see God as bigger than anything else in the world or any problem that could happen to them. It is also our desire that they understand the Gospel, what it is and how their identity can be forever changed by it. When these things take root in their hearts by the power of the Holy Spirit, they will make an impact on their generation for Christ.
It is a joy for our leaders to serve our parents by helping disciple our young people to be all that God has destined for them!
OUR GATHERINGS AND TRIPS
Fullness Student Ministries gathers as a whole youth group from
6:15pm to 7:30pm Wednesday nights in the Fullness youth room.
We always take a Winter Retreat in January and either a mission trip or youth camp trip every summer (alternating years).
We believe wholeheartedly that the primary influence in a student's life is their parents. Our goal is not to take your place in the spiritual growth of your student but to come alongside what you are already striving for. We've pooled together a few resources that we hope will be helpful as you seek to train your student in godliness.
Contact: Scott Shoop at (205) 822-3070 or firstname.lastname@example.org