Senior Leaders Share

Student Leaders Speak

“I’ve learned many things from being a campus Bible group leader at my school, but one thing that hit me the hardest was that not everyone has same knowledge as you.  A lot of the times you may explain something and the vast majority understand but there are a few who do not understand at all it because they are barely starting with their walk with Christ – so you need to keep that in mind.  I would encourage new leaders to be open to new experiences, challenges, and opportunities for growth. Continuously seek to learn and improve as a leader, whether through reading the word, prayer or fasting. Recognize that you can’t do everything on your own but by His strength alone.”   Josue – North High School

“As a leader in Fellowship of Christian Athletes I have learned how much our generation desires Jesus. I have seen God work in the hearts of the students and completely change their lives in even the short amount of time we are together each week.I would tell upcoming student leaders to lean in and see what God wants to do in your group. Be intentional in preparing lessons so that this time is beneficial for each of the students.”  Emmi – Maize South High School

“Being a student in leadership has been a humbling experience for me. Sometimes being a leader we think we need to teach but a lot of it is just listening. Listening to others has taught me so much about my peers and community. It has allowed me to see the beauty in the lives of others. I would encourage upcoming leaders to build relationships with the people in your group. Love is the most powerful conduit for change.”   Tatiana – North High School