Explanation of our Student Ministry Teams

ministry (new)mp3 of our SMT students and leaders meeting:

Student Ministry Teams Explanations (mp3)

Here are our Student Ministry Teams (SMT’s) explained…

 HELLO TEAM

Purpose: Greets first time visiting students.  Fills-out new student information card.  Writes and mails postcard to visiting students.  Gives information card to Pastor Chip so he can write a letter to them, give them a free item from our café card, and invite them back.

Students Needed: 4 students are needed so that 2 students can be greeters on Wednesdays, 2 students can be greeters on Sundays, and all 4 can write postcards.

Meeting Time: Sunday nights from 5 – 6:15pm to write post cards.   Continue reading

YOU GOT SKILLS: Discovering Your Spiritual Giftedness #2 – “What’s Your Skill” (Romans 12:3-5)

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You Got Skills – 2 – What’s Your Skill? (mp3)

You Got Skills – 2 – What’s Your Skill? (fillout sheet)

You Got Skills – 2 – What’s Your Skill? (ppt)

Let’s review from the last lesson on what spiritual gifts actually are. Spiritual gifts are our God-given passions, abilities, personality, and experiences that were once used for Satan’s Kingdom. Jesus Christ plundered Satan’s kingdom by His death, rescued our giftedness from Satan, and now He has given them back to us so that we can use our spiritual gifts for His glory in His Kingdom. We use them for Him!

There are many spiritual gifts found in the Scriptures. In four different passages we see an apostle looking at the life of a church and noticing how they have been gifted spiritually. In Ephesians 4:11, Paul tells that church that Jesus has given out spiritual gifts for some to be apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers in the church. In Romans 12:6-8, Paul tells that church that he has noticed their spiritual giftedness of prophecy, service, teaching, exhortation, giver, leadership, and mercy. In 1 Corinthians 12:28, Pauls tells that church that he has noticed their spiritual giftedness of wisdom, knowledge, healing, miracles, prophecy, discernment, tongues, interpretation, helping, administration, etc. Lastly, in 1 Peter 4:10-11, Peter tells the church that he has noticed their spiritual giftedness of speaking and serving. Continue reading