Monthly Archives: April 2018

24 04, 2018

Meet Allison

April 24th, 2018|FP Success Story, Local FP Communities, Student Leaders|

This is a story about Allison, who was a victim of bullying and who suffered from depression. She dealt with her pain by cutting her arms, and struggled with the belief that God had left her. In her sophomore year of high school, she reached a breaking point and spent four months in a psychiatric [...]

16 04, 2018

A Great Day at Holton High School!

April 16th, 2018|Local FP Communities|

It was a great day at the Holton High School First Priority Engage event! This little rural 9-12th grade public high school has just 237 students total. Because of your prayers, the courage of our club’s approx. 25 regular attenders, and the grace and goodness of God, there were a total of 52 students in [...]

9 04, 2018

Celebrating HOPE

April 9th, 2018|Local FP Communities, Student Leaders|

During this year’s 13th Region Basketball Tournament, First Priority Tri-County was honored to present Jillian Enix of Pineville and J.D. McVey of Barbourville with the first annual Hope Award. This commendation recognizes these young leaders’ commitment to their community, school, and Christ. First Priority Tri-County oversees 27 Christian clubs in middle and high schools throughout [...]

4 04, 2018

Campus Ministry is Student Ministry

April 4th, 2018|FP Tools, Local FP Communities, Nehemiah|

By Cameron Crow I recently started my second year in Campus Ministry, and it is amazing. God is doing great things through the obedience of a few students who are being bold in their faith. One of the best experiences, not only as a Student Pastor, but as a Christian, is watching a student lead [...]

4 04, 2018

17 Ways to Serve the School

April 4th, 2018|FP Tools|

Below are a few different ideas to reach local school campuses for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Become a School Chaplin- Sports Teams, District Ceremonies, Praying over a Banquet. Principal Q&A- Bring the Principals onto your church campus and interview them on stage to discover school needs. Lunch Duty- Give the teachers a break during [...]