21 Days of Devotion Download
I am excited to announce that ForeRunners has a "21 days of Devotion” journal tailored to their age group. The "21 days of Devotion" journal is fit for 6th - 8th grade boys and girls. I believe that the day by day reading, application, prayer, and writing portion will challenge your student spiritually, mentally and emotionally during these 21 days.
QUICK LINK TO NEW DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT
Welcome to the new centralized site for the Forerunnersla Jr. High Ministry. Please look around, check out our blog section, forum section. Please follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Youtube. Links to social media platforms are at the very top of this page. We have even thrown in some music playlist to groove with during quarantine.
Sundays Starting at 8 am & 11 am
The Word of God with some drip. Fresh application, but the same old story. Forerunners Jr. High Sunday service consists of Faith, Fun, and Fellowship all in one space. Oh, I think I forgot the 4th "F" Food!! Drinks and snacks will be there too!
Friday Night Live
Every 4th Friday of the Month 6:30PM - 9:30PM
Friday Night Live is an event created for teens grades 6th -12th to hangout in a fun, friendly, environment. And of course the FREE PIZZA. This space has all the essentials needed to have a good time, all you have to do is bring a friend.
Who Are We?
Our Vision: “For Jr. High students to be able to make an impact for the kingdom of God, in their immediate sphere of influence. Walking with Boldness, Discipline, Unwavering Faith and Passion to Evangelize in the name of Jesus.”
Our Objective: “As leaders, we are to create an environment where Jr. High students are comfortable enough to be transparent and authentic about who they are with us as leaders and amongst their peers. We desire to equip and develop their comfort in being the best version of themselves by introducing faith in Jesus Christ so that they may have a REAL and TANGIBLE relationship with Him.
Mission Statement: Closer to People …. Closer to God
"It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”