Faith Students exists to create places, moments and an atmosphere were students can gather together, connect intentionally and serve willingly. We want every student to come to love God, walk with Christ and listen to the Holy Spirit.
Wednesday Night Live is an opportunity for 7-12th grade students to get together for worship and fellowship. We worship God with singing. We worship God with singing and we play fun and often dumb games that bring us closer. We have a weekly message that challenges our faith and draws us to Christ and we break into small groups to have moments of authenticity because that is what a family of believers does. We want to be a family of students and adults who meets together, not because we have to, but because we want to. If this resonates with you, then you have to come! We meet at the East Building.
Dig into God's word and Release it to others. Starting September 23rd, we will meet every Sunday morning to dig into God's word through study and the following week we will teach a lesson to the 1st-4th grade kids based off of what we learned. As a team we will DIG into God's word and the RELEASE God's word to others. We meet at the East Building..
Scott came to Faith Church in November of 2016 after serving in Crosslake MN for almost 12 years. He got called into ministry from a desire to have authentic, intentional conversations with others about Christ. He wants nothing more then to see people that don't know Jesus and for those that know Him to be IN AWE of Him everyday.
Scott and his wife Carrie have five+ kids (Isabelle, Elijah, Mathias, Clara, Samuel and one coming in December) and most of their energy goes into putting their faith into action at home and modeling that to everyone that God brings into their path. He believes in being faith-rooted at home, authentic in community and resourced passionately from the church. He loves soccer, Stonehouse coffee, the book of John, MNUFC, biographies, Moleskin Notebooks, the book of Romans, Piggy Blues, fall, acronyms, the book of Ecclesiastes and students that don't play practical jokes on his car (affectionately known as the JellyBean).