Students

Welcome to Faith Students

There are two key components of what we do for our students: small groups and parents. We believe the best way for a students to find belonging is in a small group. And we believe the most important influence in a student's life is their parent.

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Helping Our Kids Through Crisis

We are heartbroken for the Oxford community and all affected by the recent shootings at Oxford High School. We’re continuing to reach out, support and pray for those affected. We are partnering with Journey Church in Oxford to provide gift baskets to families in the area.

We’d love for you to get involved by donating funds for professional counseling and gift baskets or by making cards.

Click here to donate.

Resources:

Talking to Children About Violence – NASP

National Association of School Psychologists |Talking to Children About Violence:  Tips for Parents and Educators

Middle School Crisis Conversation Guide

High School Crisis Conversation Guide

Five Things To Remember When Tragedy Strikes

Ideas to Reduce Stress and Build Resilience:

1000 Hours Outside

Read-Aloud Revival

Technological Responsibility

Should my kids use social media? When should they be allowed to use it? How can I protect them?

We’ve provided a few resources for you to help you navigate some of your questions.

We believe that technology should be a regular conversation in every family.  Those conversations look different in every phase so we have these guides to help you navigate appropriate conversations in each age:

We’ve found several articles that we think can help you think about how to help your kids navigate the online world:

Mental Health/Anxiety

We are living in a time where kids are struggling with mental health issues more than ever before. The topics of anxiety, depression, suicide, bullying, and cutting are more necessary than ever before and we want to help you have those conversations in every phase.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are critical conversations we can have with our kids to help them navigate the fears, emotions, and changes of the present situation.

Middle School

This is the perfect setting for students in 6th-8th grade to ask questions, build relationships, and have fun.

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High School

Our goal is to create a place where students in 9th-12th grade feel they belong andbring friends to learn more about Jesus and living out their faith.

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College and Young Adult

You don't have to do life alone Our College and Young Adult Ministry is a place for people ages 18-30 to grow in relationship with Jesus and to enjoy time with friends.

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Homeschool Co-op

We offer resources to support the needs of our homeschooling community. Whether you are looking for articles and tools to help you get started, co-op classes to help your kids get connected to community, or high school classes to assist in subjects that you might not be able to teach, we are here to support you.

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