Monthly Archives: August 2018

29 08, 2018

Teachers are the “referees in the game.”

August 29th, 2018|Faculty Sponsors|

Faculty sponsors are the volunteers that open their room and the doors of the school for the club to hold their meetings. At the school, they are the people who help the players stay in line with the rules of the local district and state. At the monthly leadership meeting, they are the ones guiding [...]

22 08, 2018

Training Student Leaders to bring H.O.P.E to their School

August 22nd, 2018|Faculty Sponsors, FP Tools, Priority Parents, Student Leaders|

Students are on the greatest mission field in America: school. Engaged in the middle of the “game,” students are the players we are here to train, pray for, and support, just as we do for foreign missionaries. First Priority clubs follow a four-week strategy called HOPE.  HOPE is an acronym for Help, Overcome, Prepare, and [...]

15 08, 2018

Why We Do First Priority

August 15th, 2018|Leadership Development, Local FP Communities, Student Leaders|

We do First Priority because it changes lives. Lives of students like Abigail, who was trained to serve as a student leader for her First Priority club at her high school. The opportunity and lessons Abigail learned while serving as a leader, have helped her to follow God's call in her life as she starts [...]

8 08, 2018

Check out our New Club Kits and other Resources!

August 8th, 2018|FP Tools|

We are so excited to begin this 2018-2019 school year with our weekly guides ready to go as well as new club kits to help kick off the new school year! Check out the clubs kits by clicking the image below to see all that is provided to help you start a new club. You [...]

2 08, 2018

Summer Prayer Challenge: Week 9 – SELF-CONTROL

August 2nd, 2018|Local FP Communities, Priority Parents, Student Leaders|

The act of saying “yes” to Jesus causes the “fruit of the Spirit” to come through us! The ninth fruit we are focusing on is SELF-CONTROL. It is difficult in the world we live in to not give in to those things around us that pull us in many different directions away from who we [...]