What makes Student Outreach unique?
- Strategically designed to engage school students in age-appropriate Bible Study
- Flexible location, schedule and duration of study
- Flexible leadership model
- Tailored curriculum design
What are the goals of Student Outreach?
- Assist students in knowing Jesus as their Lord and Savior
- Show students not only how to study the Bible but how to have a 24-hour-a-day relationship with God
- Experience the fun and joy of loving and serving Jesus
- Create lifelong self-feeders of the Word of God
- Learn how to apply God’s Word to all of life
- Guide students as they become more like Jesus
- Promote and magnify the six pillars of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship
What are the components of a Student Outreach class?
- Large Group/Chapel: Includes praise music, a teaching (The Talk), Bible Cheer, Game/Skit/Activity, short prayer
- Core Group: Discussion of the lesson in small groups. Includes encouragement, prayer and support for every student by an adult mentor
- Daily Study: Some classes may include a time daily to work on the lesson and memory verse
- Leaders Council/Staff Meeting: A time for the leaders to go over the lesson together and have fellowship while growing spiritually
What lessons does Student Outreach use?
- Student Outreach CBS has its own curriculum, written in 5 levels to accommodate all ages. The lessons include life application questions for the students to start thinking critically and wrestle through what they believe and why they believe it
- Student Outreach may also use the other Student curriculums to fit the needs of their class
For more information on Student Ministry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.