We see…youth movements of real disciples, not part-time believers students that love God as Father, follow him as Rabbi, and honor him as King— students that give themselves for one another, and the cause of the lost and the least.
We see…youth movements of passion—students who stand so amazed at God’s grace that they can’t help but live lives of adventure and generosity.We see God Leading us to spend ourselves for those who could never pay us back— strong with families, missions and the poor. We have been sent.
We see… youth movements where people feel like they can belong before they believe and believe before they behave. We also see students with too much brown to be called a white church, with too much Hispanic to be called a black church; with too many students to be called a wise church; too many wise ones to be a called a young church. A student ministry that models the diversity of God’s kingdom.
We see… students that love God with more than a midweek service and care for people with more than words. We see characteristically Spirit-filled movements that move in undeniable power yet stay non-religious and creative. We see movements where students become whole— in spirit, soul and body.
We see… communities where the potential of all students get realized, as students recognize that they are call whether attend a private christian school or the secular school system. We see movements that are led by people who are greater on the inside than they are on the outside.
We see… a movement of disciples who reorient their lives around Jesus call to make more disciples. We see a multiplying network of youth movements and small groups that unashamedly and fiercely love their neighbor both locally and globally. We see ordinary students mobilized to go and change the world.
We see… mentoring churches and missions outpost. Worshipping families and authentic communities. We see movements of prayer. We see a youth movement as supernatural as its Master, because he promised nothing less.
We believe in YOUTH.