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Northside Baptist Conroe
 Student Ministry

Northside Student Ministries (NSM) exists to bring glory to God by worshipping Him in all we do, to draw others to know Jesus Christ through the overflow from our hearts, and to make disciples of whoever we are privileged to meet!  So how do we accomplish this? By doing the following:

             TEACH…the scriptures primarily, also

                           we will show you how

                           to worship Jesus,  pray often,

                           and serve others.

             BUILD…relationships, disciples, leaders,

                          and communities that are centered 

                          around Jesus.

             SEND…students out into their families, schools, 

                         neighborhoods, and the world to proclaim 

                         the Gospel—the good news about Jesus.

 

Every Sunday morning NSM meet in their Lifegroup.  We currently have a high school and junior high lifegroup. Students are taught spiritual realities in a biblical, relevant way that connects them to God and to each other. Students are challenged to dive deeper into the Scripture as they discuss and grapple with the truth presented to them.

Recharge is our Student worship service for NSM that meets every Wednesday night from 6:30-8:00 pm. Each worship service has the following elements: Crowd-breaker activity, prayer time, worship thru music and a relevant message from God's Word on issues that students are dealing with on a daily basis.  Following the worship service, students break into small groups, which are led by the seniors and they discuss the message, share challenges, encourage one another and have a time of prayer.  We are currently doing a study through the book of Luke.  

According to Webster's dictionary, the word serve means,  "to perform duties or services for (another person or an organization)".  God has called all of His followers to serve those around them.  There are opportunites to be God's hands and feet each week at Northside.  If interested, See Jason Wofford or Marci Mayes for more details.

Week of Hope is packed with practical acts of love and service. Students build meaningful connections as they serve people through our strong partnerships with local ministries and nonprofit organizations. They'll learn Christ-like empathy and compassion for others as they meet the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of disadvantaged children, youth, and adults.

As students serve in the name of Jesus, they’ll develop friendships with the people being served, with other teams, with their own youth group, and, most importantly, with Jesus. Denominational differences disappear as like-minded youth work together for a common purpose.

Week of Hope meets the needs of all age groups—wherever those needs exist. Projects might include: providing meals to the homeless, tutoring struggling children from low-income families, helping to lead a day camp for kids, working with disabled children, or sharing stories with a lonely elderly person in an assisted-living facility. Your team’s acts of kindness will mean the world to the people you serve. But the impact on your students will go even deeper.

Projects

As your participants enter into the lives of others and build relationships with the people of Austin, they’ll experience God working through them at projects such as:

  • Learn about the community paint park–the only paint park of its kind in the USA. You will help paint over art work that is not family friendly and clean the grounds.
  • Encourage and honor disabled veterans with a variety of projects at their home.
  • Help set up and distribute food for an organization dedicated to feeding families. 
  • Help to clean up the Brushy Creek Lake as well as the local skate park. You may even get to use the lake kayaks for clean up!
  • Brighten up the day for the special needs adults at a day health care center--help with games, exercise, music (bells, piano, sing-alongs), birthday celebrations, themed days, bible discussions, arts and crafts.
  • Serve at the food pantry--inspecting, sorting and shelving foods that are received and enjoy talking with people coming in.
  • Meet and help out at-risk youth. A possible variety of projects could include: reading out loud, playing games, singing, etc.
  • Interact with senior residents on a variety of projects and activities including meal times and games.

Each particpant 18 or older must have a background check prior to leaving for trip.  All attendees must have a Northside Baptist Church Medical/Liabiity form on file.  You can print this form from the PDF located at the bottom of this webpage.

For any questions, please email Jason at jwofford@northsideconroe.com

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    701 N. FM 3083 West | Conroe, TX 77303 | PH: (936) 756 - 4630