RAK & Grub Club Return this summer on Tuesdays
RAK at 10 a.m.
Grub Club follows at noon
July 11 & 25
August 1 & 8
6TH-8TH GRADE CAMP
June 26-July 1
in Grove, OK
$125 after June 7
Wed., June 21 @ 7:15 p.m. in the Attic
For students who have completed grades 8th-12th
$125 after June 28
Wed, July 12 @ 7:15 p.m in the Attic
The FBC Ponca City Student Ministry is dedicated to reaching students and helping them grow in their relationship with Christ. All students 6th – 12th grades are welcome. FBC PC student ministry is for you. Middle school or High school. Black or white. Male or female. Maybe you’re not really into the “church” thing. That’s okay, too. Just come and check it out. We’re committed to meeting the individual needs of every student, exactly where they’re at.
Our student ministry exists to experience the fullness of Christ through REACHING the youth of Ponca City, to help them GROW in their faith, ENJOY other believers, and to challenge those who are growing to DISCOVER their ministry and HONOR God with their lives.
|10:45 a.m.||Sunday School in the Youth Area|
|5:00 p.m.||Youth Choir|
|Attic Open for 6th – 12th
The staff of FBC Ponca City Student Ministry is dedicated to helping your student identify and fulfill God’s purpose for their life. We want to partner with you, the parent, to lay the foundation of God’s Word in their lives. Our goal is to produce the most relevant and substantial Bible based student ministry in the nation.
FBC Ponca City Student Ministry should be a tool for you to use as we work together for the benefit of the student. Please use us to help influence your student. For questions, concerns or comments, use the form below to contact us.
The Power of a Parent’s Love
Teenager’s faith lives are strongly affected by their relationship with their parents. Dr. Robert Laurent, author of Keeping Your Teen In Touch With God lists seven factors parents can work on to strengthen family bonds:
1. Renew your own passion for Christ.
2. Verbally express your love for your teen.
3. Learn to keep their confidences and take them seriously.
4. Be vulnerable and admit when you are wrong.
5. Never embarrass your teenager.
6. Forgive and forget.
7. Give your teenager your time and attention.
Suggested Web Resources
www.cpyu.org (parenting helps, culture info)
www.barna.org (church stats, culture info)
www.pluggedinonline.com (culture info)
www.family.org (a Focus on the Family website)
www.realfamilies.com (parenting helps)
www.fathers.com (helps for Dads)
www.dickstaub.com (culture info)
www.gradingthemovies.com (movie reviews)
www.screenit.com (movie reviews)
Brent McCoy – Minister of Students
Brent started in youth ministry in 1996 as a college student. Since then, he has worked in different areas of ministry including music, children, college, middle school, and high school. Brent attended college at NEO in Miami, OK, and UCO in Edmond, OK. He has been on staff since 2002, first as Associate Minister to Students and as of November 1, 2012, now our Minister of Students.
He’s been married to his wife, his soul mate, Marybeth since July of 2001. Brent and Marybeth have a set of triplets: Bella, Kaitlyn, and Crawford, and a set of twins: Scout and Flynn.
In his spare time, he enjoys working out, getting beaten on the racquetball court by French, and writing bios in third person.
Jill Lane – Student Secretary
Jill has been the Student Ministry Secretary since 1999. Jill grew up on a farm north of Nash, Oklahoma. She accepted Christ as her Savior during a revival service at FBC, Nash in 1974.
Jill has been married to Mike since 1984. They have two daughters, Sarah and Micah.