Lost and Found Student Ministry

Everything in God’s Ministry should be done with Excellence!

Student Ministry is Personal, Relational, and an Intentional Partnership, so we must engage Young People and their Families.

Mission & Vision

Purpose Statement

The purpose of our student ministry is to help pre-teens and teens to seek out the lost and share Jesus Christ with them, so they can have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and come into fellowship with the church. Finally, God will change the lives of our friends and family, and the world that we live in.


Mission Statement

To seek out the lost, so they may have the opportunity to find Jesus Christ and bring them into the church fellowship.


Vision Statement

To lose the life that is out of this world, and find the life in Christ that is pleasing to God. 


Spiritual Affirmation

Deuteronomy 6:5-7

Matthew 10:39

Romans 12:1-2

1 Timothy 4:12

Weekly Activities

Sundays:

  9:15 AM      Small Group Bible Study

10:30 AM      Morning Worship


4:00 PM       Creative Ministry

5:3O PM      Student Worship

7:00 PM       Fellowship (1st & 3rd Sunday)


Wednesdays:

6:30 PM     In-depth Bible Study

7:30 PM    Student Worship Team Practice

Sunday Night Ministry Opportunities

Our weekly opportunities for your students to get involved and strengthen their relationship with fellow Christians. Scroll down to see more

  • student worship

    After the Student Worship on the 1st & 3rd Sunday, we have SNAC, which stands for Sunday Nights After Church. Each student is invited to come to stay after worship for food and games. The purpose of SNAC is for the student pastor and his family, to build deeper relationships with the families of our students. SNAC ends promptly at 8:00PM.

  • s.n.a.c. fellowships

    After the Student Worship on the 1st & 3rd Sunday, we have SNAC, which stands for Sunday Nights After Church. Each student is invited to come to stay after worship for food and games. The purpose of SNAC is for the student pastor and his family, to build deeper relationships with the families of our students. SNAC ends promptly at 8:00PM.

  • creative ministry

    Creative Ministries exist to minister to people of all ages through interpretive movement, puppetry, drama, music, humor, and personal testimony. This ministry team will serves as a witness of Jesus Christ, with each person using his/her God given talents and abilities.


    Goal:

    The goal of Creative Ministries is to teach students (6th – 12th Grade) to minister and evangelize to people of all ages, especially the LOST, through the use of creative worship.


    Scriptural Basis:

    Colossians 3:23-24


    What Do Creative Ministries Do?:

    Personal Testimony

    Interpretive Movement / Human Videos

    Drama

    Music


    Scroll to next section to see video examples.

Videos

Examples of Creative Ministry

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Wednesday Night Student Ministry

On Wednesday Nights, our students have options! They can participate in Bible Drill or an In-depth, facilitated Bible study discussion.  During Summer months, all students meet together for the in-depth Bible Study.

  • Student Bible Study

    A new perception among many evangelicals that Bible study is dangerous.  A woman once said in a Bible study told her leader that her pastor had discouraged in-depth Bible study, saying it promoted the pursuit of “useless Bible knowledge.” The Bible Study leader thought  that’s an oxymoron. If all Scripture is God-breathed and profitable, surely there is no such thing as “useless” Bible knowledge. So, why so many warnings that studying the Bible could actually be perilous to our spiritual health?


    Some people are afraid of the unknown, or they must have all of the answers before they can teach the Word of God.  In our Student ministry, we do not shy away from the tough questions that our students maybe asking, but we tackle them together through a corporate, facilitated Bible Study!

  • student Bible Drill

    Student Bible Drill is an exciting way for teenagers to learn to use their Bibles to meet the challenges of life. It involves competition, but that is not what Student Bible Drill is all about. If teenagers can locate a verse quickly, learn to answer a question using Scripture, become familiar enough with key verses that they can locate them from a few words — those teens are winners!


    Students can quickly become focused on winning the drill. It is important for leaders to remind them of the more profound goal — to learn to use the Book of Life to make a difference for today and tomorrow.


    While preparing for the drill, Students develop skills in using their Bibles — locating books and verses, memorizing passages, and locating passages dealing with doctrinal and ethical concerns. Working together to prepare for the drill, teenagers increase their love for the Bible; its words and phrases become a part of them. Students also gain poise and confidence as they respond to drill calls with speed and accuracy.


    There are two age divisions for Bible Drill classes: one for 7th-9th grade and one for 10th-12th grade.

Summer Blitz

We just had our summer blitz where the students spent time studying the Word then

spent time fellowshipping with sports, games, and food.

See pictures from the event below.

Mission Arlington

Each year, we take a group of students and chaperones to Texas to serve at Mission Arlington. The students lead bible studies and games for children and youth at local apartment complexes, assist Mission Arlington in distributing food, furniture, and other goods to community members, and doing whatever it takes to be a light to the metroplex area.

Ask us about sending your student or chaperoning with us in 2020.

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Resources & Forms

We are committed to being an influence to families through the students we work with and to influence "families of the future," as we minister to students who will move on and build new family relationships. We realize that what we do is only an extension of your spiritual influence at home with your students. Please see below for resources to better equip you as you embrace the calling of parenthood. 


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13432 Airline Highway

Gonzales, LA. 70737

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P: 225-644-0111



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