Leading students to encounter Jesus Christ and respond to His calling for their lives.
Our desire at Mt. Bethel Student Ministries is to enable students to move closer to Christ as they encounter Him through worship, scripture, missions, and community. We hope to create an environment where the Holy Spirit will work in the hearts of our students to call them to take a step of faith in Christ. We meet regularly for Sunday school, Life Groups, Bible studies, and worship to foster deep relationships with Christ and community. Each year, we look forward to cool events like DNOW, spring mission trips, retreats, and outings to help ignite and experience our faith. There is always something happening to help connect students and to enable them to encounter Jesus! We want each student to experience community of amazing leaders and great friends who can support them as they walk with Jesus.
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I spent the summer of 2008 in Kansas City, Missouri, working for a missions organization that staffed and ran student mission trips all over the country. Every Monday we would go to the Plaza, which was essentially an outdoor shopping mall similar to Atlantic Station in Atlanta, or East Cobb’s…
As students get older, their time becomes more valuable. Mt. Bethel high school students are encouraged to Gather in worship, Grow as disciples through Life groups and study, and Go to serve in the church and the world. MBSM (Mt Bethel Student Ministries) offers a weekly rhythm of worship, small…
An awesome transformation is coming to Mt. Bethel’s middle school program. The new and simple weekly rhythm of programming will encourage spiritual growth in the family, while powerful worship, relevant messages, and Life Groups will build community and strengthen relationships with our students each week. Here are some of the…
Three or four times a year, I get a feeling that is both so painful and so satisfying that it’s hard to explain. It typically happens after an extended time of no sleep, high amounts caffeine, carb-rich kid foods, and loud music. My eyes get so heavy that I can’t…