Impact High School Ministries

IMPACT: TO HAVE INFLUENCE OR EFFECT ON; TO ALTER; THE FORCE EXERTED BY A NEW IDEOLOGY, MINDSET, OR CONCEPT

Mission Statement: 
The Impact High School Ministry of Burnett Avenue Baptist Church exists to offer high school students a Christ centered, Real life applicable, and Discipleship focused ministry

Ministry Objective: 
The Impact Ministry of Burnett Avenue Baptist Church is Christ centered, Real life applicable, and Discipleship focused. We exist to inspire and assist students in establishing personal and lifelong relationships with Jesus Christ and to allow their relationship with Jesus Christ to impact every aspect of their lives; spiritually, emotionally, socially, educationally, etc. 

The Impact Ministry will accomplish our ministry objective through the following areas:

Bible Study:
Impact Bible Study is a weekly, relevant and sound Bible study that meets on Wednesdays. Impact Bible Study will discuss what the Bible says and how to apply its teachings/concepts to the everyday lives of our students. We will also teach how to effectively study the Bible in students’ personal lives as well as take part in Bible Camps, Conferences, and Retreats. Students will develop knowledge, appreciation, and relevant application of God’s Word to their lives

Deuteronomy 6:6-9, Joshua 1:8, Psalm 119:9-16, 2 Timothy 3:14-17

Service:
Impact Students will be encouraged to share their gifts in the life of The Net. After identifying their gifts, students will be encouraged to serve in a ministry within our church. This can be, but is not limited to the Music, Media, and/or Greeting Ministries. We will also participate in regular service activities outside the confines of The Net. Students will have opportunities to serve their neighborhoods, City, State, and beyond through community service projects, mission trips and activities 

Romans 12:4-8, 1 Corinthians 12:4-27, 1 Peter 4: 10-11

Evangelism:
The Impact Ministry will encourage and provide practical tools for students to share the love of Christ with those they encounter in their everyday lives. Students will be reminded that as we are transformed by our relationships with Jesus Christ, we should openly share our experiences with others

Matthew 5:16, Matthew 28:19-20, Philemon 1:6-7

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