Is to partner with parents to help them teach their children about God's love and help them to live like Jesus everyday.
So our goal is discipleship (helping students begin to own their faith, and then join God
on mission). And going to church is a really important part of that discipleship process. But
you know what? (Don’t freak out.) When it comes to discipleship, church isn’t the MOST
We believe that, in any student’s life,
and especially when their discipleship is concerned, this is true.
No matter what, a student’s parents (not their church) will always be the biggest influence in their lives in every way - especially spiritually. So if we (the church) want to see kids start owning their faith and living on mission with God, doesn’t it make sense for us to partner with the most powerful, influential people in their lives in order to make it happen? We use the term “partner” for a reason - because parents and the church need each other. We need to team up with parents in our efforts to disciple their children, because they’re ultimately the primary disciples of their own kids. And parents need to team up with the local church because their kids need to see faith in Jesus and missional living modeled from a whole community of believers