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Our student ministry is participating in several different missions opportunities in 2016. While we do have ongoing mission activities throughout the year, we also offer three unique mission events during Spring Break. Outside of camp, these trips are the most life changing moments our teenagers experience. If you are considering a mission trip in 2016, we would love to have you participate with us!
Our international mission trips are designed around helping plant a new church in the region we go to and sharing the gospel. Our teenagers undergo a 4 week evangelism training course to prepare for the trip. Once on the ground, our students share their faith door-to-door and face-to-face. We have watched these experiences change our students, and they return home different.
Guatemala Mission Trip: March 12-18
Click HERE to see the highlight video of our 2014 trip.
We also offered a shorter and closer mission trip designed specifically for middle school students. This trip focused on serving a small rural church in Oklahoma through work projects.
Calvin Mission Trip: March 12-14
Click HERE to see the highlight video of our 2013 trip.
For those unable to travel over Spring Break, we offered a three day missions project right here in Tulsa. Students met from Noon – 4:00pm each day where they engaged in a variety of service projects. They finished Wednesday by eating dinner and watching a movie together.
Mission Tulsa: March 14-16
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Want to join the best volunteer team on the planet? Are you passionate about helping teenagers grow in the walk with Christ? Do you actually enjoy spending time with teenagers? Do you find students naturally gravitating to you for advice on life issues? Then we may have a place for you to serve in our ministry!
We would love for you to be a significant part of our student ministry team. We believe that healthy student ministry is build on healthy relationships – between adult volunteers and students. Relationships are keep to students feeling loved and understanding God’s love in practical ways. This is when real spiritual growth takes place in a student’s life.
1. Pray about your interest and possible commitment to student ministry.
2. Review and Complete the Adult Volunteer Application.
3. Complete FBC Tulsa Online Background Check
4. Contact the Minister of Student (see STAFF) to arrange a one-on-one meeting concerning your interest in student ministry.