There may be only a few things more broken in our day than manhood and headship in relation to women and families. The price of this brokenness is enormous, but this pattern does not have to continue. Through Christ, men have the power to live differently. Spiritually strong churches, families, marriages, and relationships start with spiritually strong men.
Spiritually Strong Men
Phil Foley, Seminar
May 16, 2015 • Phil Foley
Great Commission Student Ministry
Daniel Arcilla • May 16, 2015 • Daniel Arcilla
Do you want to promote the health and longevity of your church? Invest in your teenagers. While your ministry context will vary, non-negotiable biblical elements must be present. Your student ministry is called to evangelize (make disciples of Christ), edify (teach the Words of Christ) and equip (obey the words of Christ), students who are ultimately challenged to engage in the work of Christian ministry. We will take a practical look at how to approach these goals by discussing the importance of biblical preaching, discipleship, mentoring and apprenticeship, recreation, and working alongside families.