The Student Ministry at FBC Keller focuses on three priorities to equip our 7th through 12-grade students for the Christian life.
• TEACH • TRAIN • TESTIFY
We teach students an active foundation of theology by equipping them for growth in the knowledge, love, and practical application of God’s Word.
We train students in active church membership and missional living by promoting leadership responsibilities in order to make disciple-makers in the context of the local church and every sphere of their life’s influence.
We desire for parents and students to know God through a relationship with Him, testify to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and live lives of love and service to God and others.
9:45 a.m., the LOFT
Students in grades 7 through 12 meet in the LOFT for large group teaching followed by small group discussion within their grade level. We strive to prepare our students for a lifetime of following Christ as they grow in the knowledge of God’s Word, develop a love of Scripture, and apply this knowledge in their lives.
6:30 p.m., the LOFT
(First Wednesday of the month will begin at 6:00 p.m. with a free meal for students.)
Equip is a weekly gathering for worship and discipleship. The first part of the evening is spent in worship (led by our student band), praying, and reading Scripture together. The second part of EQUIP is spent in small groups for the purpose of intentional life-on-life discipleship. Students will be paired with those who are the same age and gender led by adult/student leaders who will help them grow in their walk with Jesus.
Student Special Events
Summer Youth Camp, Disciple Now (DNOW), and various retreats are a few of the recurring events where students can build their relationship with the Lord and their peers. Vacation Bible School, Mission Trips, Ministry Teams, and Greeters are just a few examples of service opportunities in which students are involved.
Contact Andrew Young to learn more about these events and how your child can be involved.
Our Baptism Class is crucial to helping 5th-grade through college students see the biblical foundation of baptism and discipleship. We would love to take time and sit down with you and your student to discuss baptism after a profession of faith in Christ. Contact Andrew Young to schedule a meeting at the best time for you.