STUDENT MINISTRY PURPOSE & PHILOSOPHY

STUDENT MINISTRY PURPOSE

DaySpring Student Ministry  exists to REACH non-believing student, to CONNECT them with other Christians, to help them PREPARE for a life of Christlikeness, and to challenge them to SERVE the people around them while PRAISEing God with their life.

STUDENT MINISTRY PHILOSOPHY

As a student ministry our VISION for why we exist is to build and solidify the faith of our students and prepare them for a life of Christlikeness. We will do this using our 6 CORE VALUES:

  1. Biblical Teaching: At the heart of our ministry is the Word of God. In everything we do we want our students to be exposed to what God has said and continues to say. The teaching in Revolution Student Ministry has a foundation of the Bible and radiates scripture. It provides the foundation of a Biblical worldview that our students can carry at their core as they move into the world.
    (2 Tim 3:16; Heb 4:12-13; 2 Tim 2:15; Jn 17:17; Ps 119:11; Ps 119:105; Eph 4:17-21; 1 Pet 1:14-15; Ro 12:2; Jn 3:21; Js 4:7; Ps 34:8)
  2. Discipleship: This is the major factor in leading students to become like Christ. It will not happen overnight, so we commit to investing in the lives of students while they are a part of this ministry and beyond, providing life to life discipleship to teach and show them what it means to be like Jesus.
    (Mt 16:24-25; Jn 15:1-17; Gal 6:6; Titus 2:1-8; 1 Cor 11:1; Acts 2:42; 2 Tim 2:2; Mt 28:18-20; Heb 5:12-14)
  3. Student Leadership: We believe it is essential for students to rise up and lead their peers through the spiritual journey. Not only does this prepare the hearts of their peers, but it allows them to begin the ministry that will surround the rest of their lives.
    (1 Tim 3:1-7; Acts 20:28; 1 Pet 5:2; Eph 4:11-16; 2 Tim 2:2; Mt 20:26; Lk 12:48; Prov 29:2)
  4. Relationships: Healthy relationships always have been and always will be the key to impacting the lives of students. Programs and events attract students, but relationships keep them. We strive to provide the opportunity for these relationships to form.
    (Heb 10:24-25; Prov 13:20; Jn 15:13; Prov 18:24; Prov 27:9; Prov 17:17; Gal 3:28)
  5. Empowering Volunteers: Volunteers and youth coaches are the backbone of this ministry. The student minister can only do so much. It is those who come alongside and invest their time and energy in the lives of students who make a huge impact. This ministry values volunteers and makes a point to invest in their lives and the lives of their families.
    (1 Pet 4:10; Gal 6:10; Eph 2:10; Col 3:12-17; 23-24; Isa 58:10)
  6. Partnering with Families: It is our desire as a church and as a student ministry to partner with the family during their journey with God. We partner with parents in leading their students through spiritual growth and into Christlikeness.
    (Duet 6:4-9; Prov 22:6; Ps 127:3; Ps 103:17-18; Prov 1:8; Col 3:20; Josh 24:15; Prov 11:29; Prov 12:7; 1 Tim 5:8)

 

STUDENT MINISTRY PURPOSE

DaySpring Student Ministry  exists to REACH non-believing student, to CONNECT them with other Christians, to help them PREPARE for a life of Christlikeness, and to challenge them to SERVE the people around them while PRAISEing God with their life.

STUDENT MINISTRY PHILOSOPHY

As a student ministry our VISION for why we exist is to build and solidify the faith of our students and prepare them for a life of Christlikeness. We will do this using our 6 CORE VALUES:

  1. Biblical Teaching: At the heart of our ministry is the Word of God. In everything we do we want our students to be exposed to what God has said and continues to say. The teaching in Revolution Student Ministry has a foundation of the Bible and radiates scripture. It provides the foundation of a Biblical worldview that our students can carry at their core as they move into the world.
    (2 Tim 3:16; Heb 4:12-13; 2 Tim 2:15; Jn 17:17; Ps 119:11; Ps 119:105; Eph 4:17-21; 1 Pet 1:14-15; Ro 12:2; Jn 3:21; Js 4:7; Ps 34:8)
  2. Discipleship: This is the major factor in leading students to become like Christ. It will not happen overnight, so we commit to investing in the lives of students while they are a part of this ministry and beyond, providing life to life discipleship to teach and show them what it means to be like Jesus.
    (Mt 16:24-25; Jn 15:1-17; Gal 6:6; Titus 2:1-8; 1 Cor 11:1; Acts 2:42; 2 Tim 2:2; Mt 28:18-20; Heb 5:12-14)
  3. Student Leadership: We believe it is essential for students to rise up and lead their peers through the spiritual journey. Not only does this prepare the hearts of their peers, but it allows them to begin the ministry that will surround the rest of their lives.
    (1 Tim 3:1-7; Acts 20:28; 1 Pet 5:2; Eph 4:11-16; 2 Tim 2:2; Mt 20:26; Lk 12:48; Prov 29:2)
  4. Relationships: Healthy relationships always have been and always will be the key to impacting the lives of students. Programs and events attract students, but relationships keep them. We strive to provide the opportunity for these relationships to form.
    (Heb 10:24-25; Prov 13:20; Jn 15:13; Prov 18:24; Prov 27:9; Prov 17:17; Gal 3:28)
  5. Empowering Volunteers: Volunteers and youth coaches are the backbone of this ministry. The student minister can only do so much. It is those who come alongside and invest their time and energy in the lives of students who make a huge impact. This ministry values volunteers and makes a point to invest in their lives and the lives of their families.
    (1 Pet 4:10; Gal 6:10; Eph 2:10; Col 3:12-17; 23-24; Isa 58:10)
  6. Partnering with Families: It is our desire as a church and as a student ministry to partner with the family during their journey with God. We partner with parents in leading their students through spiritual growth and into Christlikeness.
    (Duet 6:4-9; Prov 22:6; Ps 127:3; Ps 103:17-18; Prov 1:8; Col 3:20; Josh 24:15; Prov 11:29; Prov 12:7; 1 Tim 5:8)

 

STUDENT MINISTRY PURPOSE

DaySpring Student Ministry  exists to REACH non-believing student, to CONNECT them with other Christians, to help them PREPARE for a life of Christlikeness, and to challenge them to SERVE the people around them while PRAISEing God with their life.

STUDENT MINISTRY PHILOSOPHY

As a student ministry our VISION for why we exist is to build and solidify the faith of our students and prepare them for a life of Christlikeness. We will do this using our 6 CORE VALUES:

  1. Biblical Teaching: At the heart of our ministry is the Word of God. In everything we do we want our students to be exposed to what God has said and continues to say. The teaching in Revolution Student Ministry has a foundation of the Bible and radiates scripture. It provides the foundation of a Biblical worldview that our students can carry at their core as they move into the world.
    (2 Tim 3:16; Heb 4:12-13; 2 Tim 2:15; Jn 17:17; Ps 119:11; Ps 119:105; Eph 4:17-21; 1 Pet 1:14-15; Ro 12:2; Jn 3:21; Js 4:7; Ps 34:8)
  2. Discipleship: This is the major factor in leading students to become like Christ. It will not happen overnight, so we commit to investing in the lives of students while they are a part of this ministry and beyond, providing life to life discipleship to teach and show them what it means to be like Jesus.
    (Mt 16:24-25; Jn 15:1-17; Gal 6:6; Titus 2:1-8; 1 Cor 11:1; Acts 2:42; 2 Tim 2:2; Mt 28:18-20; Heb 5:12-14)
  3. Student Leadership: We believe it is essential for students to rise up and lead their peers through the spiritual journey. Not only does this prepare the hearts of their peers, but it allows them to begin the ministry that will surround the rest of their lives.
    (1 Tim 3:1-7; Acts 20:28; 1 Pet 5:2; Eph 4:11-16; 2 Tim 2:2; Mt 20:26; Lk 12:48; Prov 29:2)
  4. Relationships: Healthy relationships always have been and always will be the key to impacting the lives of students. Programs and events attract students, but relationships keep them. We strive to provide the opportunity for these relationships to form.
    (Heb 10:24-25; Prov 13:20; Jn 15:13; Prov 18:24; Prov 27:9; Prov 17:17; Gal 3:28)
  5. Empowering Volunteers: Volunteers and youth coaches are the backbone of this ministry. The student minister can only do so much. It is those who come alongside and invest their time and energy in the lives of students who make a huge impact. This ministry values volunteers and makes a point to invest in their lives and the lives of their families.
    (1 Pet 4:10; Gal 6:10; Eph 2:10; Col 3:12-17; 23-24; Isa 58:10)
  6. Partnering with Families: It is our desire as a church and as a student ministry to partner with the family during their journey with God. We partner with parents in leading their students through spiritual growth and into Christlikeness.
    (Duet 6:4-9; Prov 22:6; Ps 127:3; Ps 103:17-18; Prov 1:8; Col 3:20; Josh 24:15; Prov 11:29; Prov 12:7; 1 Tim 5:8)

 

STUDENT MINISTRY PURPOSE

DaySpring Student Ministry  exists to REACH non-believing student, to CONNECT them with other Christians, to help them PREPARE for a life of Christlikeness, and to challenge them to SERVE the people around them while PRAISEing God with their life.

STUDENT MINISTRY PHILOSOPHY

As a student ministry our VISION for why we exist is to build and solidify the faith of our students and prepare them for a life of Christlikeness. We will do this using our 6 CORE VALUES:

  1. Biblical Teaching: At the heart of our ministry is the Word of God. In everything we do we want our students to be exposed to what God has said and continues to say. The teaching in Revolution Student Ministry has a foundation of the Bible and radiates scripture. It provides the foundation of a Biblical worldview that our students can carry at their core as they move into the world.
    (2 Tim 3:16; Heb 4:12-13; 2 Tim 2:15; Jn 17:17; Ps 119:11; Ps 119:105; Eph 4:17-21; 1 Pet 1:14-15; Ro 12:2; Jn 3:21; Js 4:7; Ps 34:8)
  2. Discipleship: This is the major factor in leading students to become like Christ. It will not happen overnight, so we commit to investing in the lives of students while they are a part of this ministry and beyond, providing life to life discipleship to teach and show them what it means to be like Jesus.
    (Mt 16:24-25; Jn 15:1-17; Gal 6:6; Titus 2:1-8; 1 Cor 11:1; Acts 2:42; 2 Tim 2:2; Mt 28:18-20; Heb 5:12-14)
  3. Student Leadership: We believe it is essential for students to rise up and lead their peers through the spiritual journey. Not only does this prepare the hearts of their peers, but it allows them to begin the ministry that will surround the rest of their lives.
    (1 Tim 3:1-7; Acts 20:28; 1 Pet 5:2; Eph 4:11-16; 2 Tim 2:2; Mt 20:26; Lk 12:48; Prov 29:2)
  4. Relationships: Healthy relationships always have been and always will be the key to impacting the lives of students. Programs and events attract students, but relationships keep them. We strive to provide the opportunity for these relationships to form.
    (Heb 10:24-25; Prov 13:20; Jn 15:13; Prov 18:24; Prov 27:9; Prov 17:17; Gal 3:28)
  5. Empowering Volunteers: Volunteers and youth coaches are the backbone of this ministry. The student minister can only do so much. It is those who come alongside and invest their time and energy in the lives of students who make a huge impact. This ministry values volunteers and makes a point to invest in their lives and the lives of their families.
    (1 Pet 4:10; Gal 6:10; Eph 2:10; Col 3:12-17; 23-24; Isa 58:10)
  6. Partnering with Families: It is our desire as a church and as a student ministry to partner with the family during their journey with God. We partner with parents in leading their students through spiritual growth and into Christlikeness.
    (Duet 6:4-9; Prov 22:6; Ps 127:3; Ps 103:17-18; Prov 1:8; Col 3:20; Josh 24:15; Prov 11:29; Prov 12:7; 1 Tim 5:8)

 

high school 9-12

Opportunities for Growth

Sunday School

Teachers:  Shannon Gibson, Steve Dussinger and Dave Moseley

Study: Surveying the Old and New Testaments

Sunday School

Teachers:  Shannon Gibson, Steve Dussinger and Dave Moseley

Study: Surveying the Old and New Testaments

Wednesday Night

Teacher: Brian Buehrlen

Theme:  To Live!

Study: Exploring the intricacies of being a disciple.  Our hope is to be able to echo the words of Paul in our lives, For me to live is Christ. . .

Sunday School

Teachers:  Shannon Gibson, Steve Dussinger and Dave Moseley

Study: Surveying the Old and New Testaments

Wednesday Night

Teacher: Brian Buehrlen

Theme:  To Live!

Study: Exploring the intricacies of being a disciple.  Our hope is to be able to echo the words of Paul in our lives, For me to live is Christ. . .

Upcoming Events

  • April 27th – SPRING EVENT, Grades 9-12, ALE81
  • Graduate Sunday, May 27th
  • May 30th – HS 5ives Night:  Bowling
  • June: Camp Como TLC program
  • June 24-30, Diamond Willow Missions Trip
  • July 21-26, NYR

Sunday School

Teachers:  Shannon Gibson, Steve Dussinger and Dave Moseley

Study: Surveying the Old and New Testaments

Wednesday Night

Teacher: Brian Buehrlen

Theme:  To Live!

Study: Exploring the intricacies of being a disciple.  Our hope is to be able to echo the words of Paul in our lives, For me to live is Christ. . .

Upcoming Events

  • April 27th – SPRING EVENT, Grades 9-12, ALE81
  • Graduate Sunday, May 27th
  • May 30th – HS 5ives Night:  Bowling
  • June: Camp Como TLC program
  • June 24-30, Diamond Willow Missions Trip
  • July 21-26, NYR

middle school 5-8

Opportunities for Growth

Sunday School, 7/8

Teachers:  Josh Cox, Dan Dannahower, Mike Van Skiver

Study: New Testament Studies (Jesus’ Ministry, People Jesus knew and taught)

Sunday School, 5/6

Teachers: Brad & Kristin Richardson, Brian Buehrlen

Study: Old Testament Studies (Beginnings, Patriarchs, Judges, Kingdoms)

Sunday School, 7/8

Teachers:  Josh Cox, Dan Dannahower, Mike Van Skiver

Study: New Testament Studies (Jesus’ Ministry, People Jesus knew and taught)

Sunday School, 5/6

Teachers: Brad & Kristin Richardson, Brian Buehrlen

Study: Old Testament Studies (Beginnings, Patriarchs, Judges, Kingdoms)

Wednesday Night

TeacherBrian Buehrlen

Study: To Live!

Sunday School, 7/8

Teachers:  Josh Cox, Dan Dannahower, Mike Van Skiver

Study: New Testament Studies (Jesus’ Ministry, People Jesus knew and taught)

Sunday School, 5/6

Teachers: Brad & Kristin Richardson, Brian Buehrlen

Study: Old Testament Studies (Beginnings, Patriarchs, Judges, Kingdoms)

Wednesday Night

TeacherBrian Buehrlen

Study: To Live!

Upcoming Events

  • May 30th, MS 5ives Night, Paint and Popcorn
  • August 10th, 11th – Family Camp, Grades 5-8
  • August 29th – MS 5ives Night, Glow Night

Sunday School, 7/8

Teachers:  Josh Cox, Dan Dannahower, Mike Van Skiver

Study: New Testament Studies (Jesus’ Ministry, People Jesus knew and taught)

Sunday School, 5/6

Teachers: Brad & Kristin Richardson, Brian Buehrlen

Study: Old Testament Studies (Beginnings, Patriarchs, Judges, Kingdoms)

Wednesday Night

TeacherBrian Buehrlen

Study: To Live!

Upcoming Events

  • May 30th, MS 5ives Night, Paint and Popcorn
  • August 10th, 11th – Family Camp, Grades 5-8
  • August 29th – MS 5ives Night, Glow Night