Campus Life ministry combines healthy relationships with creative programs to help young people make good choices, establish a solid foundation for life, and positively impact their schools. Like every ministry of YFC, Campus Life seeks to engage these young people wherever they are found as life-long followers of Jesus Christ. Campus Life encourages a balanced life – mentally, physically, spiritually, and socially

Youth for Christ OKC Campus Life areas

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EAST  |  Campus Life

Douglass MS / HS

YFC Impact club meets every Wednesday during the students lunch. We have core leadership students, but once a month we make club available to all students.  Our teacher sponsors, Mjr. Gaskin Sgt. Ward of the Douglass ROTC and freshman principle Ms. Tami Taylor help provide the space we use to meet with our kids.

 

One of the campus Coordinators is Dana Dixon, who has been serving Youth For Christ Douglass Middle School & Freshman Club for 4 years. Along with Sean Johnson, who heads up High school, they both create an environment that allows the students to feel free to discuss  every day life challenges. By doing so, they are able to impart scripture, prayer and life lessons that the students can use to improve their leadership skills and their walk with Christ.

John Marshall MS / HS

It's been 10 plus years that YFC youth leaders have had a presence and interacted with the students at JMHS Campus. Wednesdays @10:15am 11:20 am 12:05Pm .The name of the leadership program has changed many times but the vision and mission has been the same.

 

Building meaningful mentorship relationships with the students by impacting their lives through scripture and pushing  education, impacting their school by being involved in volunteering to clean up the cafeteria and sharing what they learn during club to their fellow students. Finally impacting the city by volunteering at the food bank packaging food partnering with City rescue mission in massive street clean ups.

- Mr Howard is the Secretary to the Principles office  who ensures that we have a room to meet in and makes announcements about where and when club is 
-Benjamin Nsakashalo and Hilary Stevenson tag team JMHS  attending to middle school and high school students needs. 
 

Millwood MS / HS

The Millwood Campus Life program meets every Friday during first and second lunch in the library. This program is for grades 9th through 12th. We do not discriminate against any students wanting to attend.

Campus Life coordinators is Les and Mary Thomas. They have been serving Youth For Christ at Millwood for 6 years. Together, we create an environment that allows the students to feel free to discuss every day life challenges. By doing so, Les and Mary are able to impart scripture, prayer, and life lessons that the students can use to improve their leadership skills. The students are also able to improve their walk with Christ. All students are encouraged to attend youth service at their local church or home church.


At Millwood, we take it a step further by building relationships with the students. We accomplish this by doing activities outside of school. We believe real change comes from real relationships.

Northeast Academy HS

The Northeast Academy campus life club meets every Monday during lunch. The student leaders engage in relevant conversations centered around faith, servant leadership, character, and biblical knowledge. 

The Campus life coordinator, Melanie Clift, is supported by many faculty and is sponsored by Marylin Barnett, principal secretary. Students are encouraged to engage in their local church and community. The Plug youth ministry also partners with Northeast and help to bridge the gap and help students have a place to belong, fellowship, and worship.

The Plug Youth ministries meet at the Bridge Urban Youth Center and focus on reaching our demographic and teach basic and advanced theology while providing a fun and safe environment for students in the community.
The Plug takes place on Wednesday nights between 6p and 8p. 

Oklahoma Centennial MS / HS

The Oklahoma Centennial Mid-high School campus life club meets every Thursday during lunch. The student leaders engage in relevant conversations centered around faith, servant leadership, character, and biblical knowledge. 

Campus life's coordinator is Melanie Clift, and she is joined by Ryan Fisher (Britton Christian) and  numerous faculty who facilitate and encourage students to engage in their local church and community. We work closely with and have volunteers from Britton Christian Church, LifeChurch, and Peoples' Church in Okc. Students are encouraged to plug in and participate in any of these ministries.

All ministries focus on reaching our demographic and teach basic and advanced theology while providing a fun and safe environment for students in the community.
All take place on Wednesday nights between 6p and 8p. 

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WEST  |  Campus Life

 
 

Bethany HS

For the last 11 years at Bethany High School, students from every walk of life have gathered each week for a YFC Campus Life program. This inspirational time of encouragement and challenge through a YFC Campus Life Club is facilitated by Coaches, Youth Pastors and YFC Volunteers with the support of Calvin Roberson, Youth For Christ West Youth Specialist and Coach.

Bethany HS has an enrollment of of 670 Students with a Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients percentage of 34.6%. In 1994, this percentage was only 3.4%, which reflects the ever-growing challenges of a diversifying demographic and socio-economic base throughout West Oklahoma City and the need for campus support by YFC OKC WEST and our area partners.

In the work of YFC OKC WEST effectively impacting the students of BHS, Partnership with area Churches and Youth Pastors is a key to success. We are so grateful for Pastors Woody Burpo and Andrew Hamm of Passion Church in their partnership in this mission. Passion Church offers a vibrant Christ centered Youth Experience on Wednesday evenings focused at meeting the spiritual needs of the students of Bethany High School.

Bethany MS

For the last 11 years at Bethany Middle School, students from every walk of life have gathered every week for a YFC Campus Life program. This inspirational time of encouragement and challenge through a YFC Campus Life Club is facilitated by Coaches, Youth Pastors and YFC Volunteers with the support of Calvin Roberson, Youth For Christ West Youth Specialist and Coach.

Bethany MS has an enrollment of 368 Students with a Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients percentage of 43.5%. In 1992, this percentage was only 12%, which reflects the ever-growing challenges of a diversifying demographic and socio-economic base throughout West Oklahoma City and the need for campus support by YFC OKC WEST and our area partners.

In the work of YFC OKC WEST effectively impacting the students of this campus, Partnership with area Churches and Youth Pastors is a key to success. We are so grateful for Pastors Woody Burpo and Andrew Hamm of Passion Church in their partnership in this mission. Passion Church offers a vibrant Christ centered Youth Experience on Wednesday evenings focused at meeting the spiritual needs of the students of Bethany MS.

Capps MS

 This year at Capps Middle School, through a partnership with VSL (Victory School of Leadership) of Victory Church, YFC OKC WEST has facilitated the service of many Campus needs. Weekly, three of the VSL team provide support to Teachers and Food Staff, reflecting the love of Christ through daily service of campus needs. By serving, many opportunities to work with students have become available to the team to provide encouragement and challenge through interaction within the classrooms and lunch room.

 

Capps MS has an Enrollment of 883 Students with a Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients percentage of 88.3%. In 1995, this percentage was only 20.6%, which reflects the challenges of a diversifying demographic and socio-economic base throughout West Oklahoma City and the need for campus support by YFC OKC WEST and our area partners.

As a response to the financial challenges and extreme needs that many of the students face on this campus, YFC OKC WEST has sought solutions through coalitions with various community organizations, such as City Reach OKC, to answer these necessities such as Clothes, Shoes, School Supplies, Back Packs and even Food. Through the provision of these most basic of needs to the most vulnerable of our society, many opportunities for the YFC OKC WEST team to personally share the gospel through relational discussions continue to unlock each week.

In the work of YFC OKC WEST effectively impacting the students of this campus, Partnership with area Organizations, Churches and Youth Pastors is a key to success. We are so grateful for Ryan Latham of Victory School of Leadership and Levi Carter of Victory Church in this mission. Victory Church offers a vibrant Christ centered Youth Experience on Wednesday evenings focused at meeting the spiritual needs of the students of Capps Middle School.

Cooper MS

For the last 8 years at Cooper MS, students from every walk of life have gathered every Wednesday Morning at 7:15 for a YFC Campus Life program. This inspirational time of encouragement and challenge through a FCA Club is facilitated by Coaches and Youth Pastors with the support of Morgan Wood, Youth For Christ West Youth Specialist and additional Volunteers.

 

Cooper MS has an enrollment of 670 Students with a Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients percentage of 76.6%. In 1995, this percentage was only 14.0%, which reflects the challenges of a diversifying demographic and socio-economic base throughout West Oklahoma City and the need for campus support by YFC OKC WEST and our area partners.

 

As a response to the financial challenges and extreme needs that many of the students face on this campus, YFC OKC WEST has sought solutions through coalitions with various community organizations, such as City Reach OKC, to answer these necessities such as Clothes, Shoes, School Supplies, Back Packs and even Food. Through the provision of these most basic of needs to the most vulnerable of our society, many opportunities for the YFC OKC WEST team to personally share the gospel through relational discussions continue to unlock each week.

 

In the work of YFC OKC WEST effectively impacting the students of this campus, Partnership with area Churches and Youth Pastors is a key to success. We are so grateful for Pastors Woody Burpo and Andrew Hamm of Passion Church in their partnership in this mission. Passion Church offers a vibrant Christ centered Youth Experience on Wednesday evenings focused at meeting the spiritual needs of the students of Cooper MS.

Hefner MS

For the last 4 years at Hefner MS, students from every walk of life have gathered every Wednesday Morning at 7:15 for a YFC Campus Life program in the Gym. This inspirational time of encouragement and challenge through a FCA Club is facilitated by Coaches and Youth Pastors with support of Youth For Christ West Staff and Volunteers.

Hefner MS has an enrollment of 1088 Students with a Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients percentage of 61.3%. In 1996, this percentage was only 6.7%, which reflects the challenges of a diversifying demographic and socio-economic base throughout West Oklahoma City and the need for campus support by YFC OKC WEST and our area partners.

As a response to the financial challenges and extreme needs that many of the students face on this campus, YFC OKC WEST has sought solutions through coalitions with various community organizations, such as City Reach OKC, to answer these necessities such as Clothes, Shoes, School Supplies, Back Packs, Gift Cards and even Food. Through the provision of these most basic of needs to the most vulnerable of our society, many opportunities for the YFC OKC WEST team to personally share the gospel through relational discussions continue to unlock each week.

In the work of YFC OKC WEST effectively impacting the students of this campus, Partnership with area Churches and Youth Pastors is a key to success. We are so grateful for Pastor Jose Rivera of People’s Church-NW Expressway and Pastor Jonathan Cox of Highpointe Church in this mission. Both of these amazing church partners offer vibrant Christ centered Youth Experiences on Wednesday evenings focused at meeting the spiritual needs of the students of Hefner MS.

Mayfield MS

For the last 11 years at Mayfield MS, students from every walk of life have gathered every Wednesday Morning at 7:15 for a YFC Campus Life program in the Gym. This inspirational time of encouragement and challenge through a FCA Club is facilitated by Coaches and Youth Pastors with the support of DeWitt Zepu, Youth For Christ West Youth Specialist and additional Volunteers. This year at Mayfield MS, through a partnership with VSL (Victory School of Leadership) of Victory Church, YFC OKC WEST has also facilitated the service of many of the Campus needs. Weekly, three of the VSL team provide support to Teachers and Food Staff, reflecting the love of Christ through daily service of campus needs. By serving, opportunities to work with students have become available to provide additional moments for relational ministry through interaction within the classrooms and lunch room.

Mayfield MS has an enrollment of 670 Students with a Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients percentage of 99.6%. In 1994, this percentage was only 37.5%, which reflects the Extreme challenges of a diversifying demographic and socio-economic base throughout the 10th Street area of West Oklahoma City and the need for campus support by YFC OKC WEST and our area partners.

As a response to the financial challenges and extreme needs that many of the students face on this campus, YFC OKC WEST has sought solutions through coalitions with various community organizations, such as City Reach OKC, to answer these necessities such as Clothes, Shoes, School Supplies, Back Packs and even Food. Through the provision of these most basic of needs to the most vulnerable of our society, many opportunities for the YFC OKC WEST team to personally share the gospel through relational discussions continue to unlock each week.

In the work of YFC OKC WEST effectively impacting the students of Mayfield MS, Partnership with area Organizations, Churches and Youth Pastors is a key to success. We are so grateful for Ryan Latham of Victory School of Leadership and Levi Carter of Victory Church in this mission. Victory Church offers a vibrant Christ centered Youth Experience on Wednesday evenings focused at meeting the spiritual needs of the students of Mayfield MS.

Putnam City North HS

This year at Putnam City North High School, students from every walk of life have gathered every Thursday for a YFC Campus Life program through a partnership with Faith Church of North OKC. This inspirational time of encouragement and challenge through a FCA Club is facilitated by Coaches with the support of Jacob Kelch, Youth Pastor and additional YFC/Faith Church Volunteers.

PC North has an enrollment of 1936 Students with a Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients percentage of 47.6%. In 1994, this percentage was only 1.5%, which reflects the challenges of a diversifying

demographic and socio-economic base throughout West Oklahoma City and the need for campus support by YFC OKC WEST and our area partners.

In the work of YFC OKC WEST effectively impacting the students of PC North High School, Partnership with area Organizations, Churches and Youth Pastors is the key to success. We are so grateful for Pastor Jacob Kelch and the volunteers of Faith Church in this mission. Faith Church offers a vibrant Christ centered Youth Experience on Wednesday evenings focused at meeting the spiritual needs of the students of Putnam City North High School.

Putnam City Original HS

For the last 8 years at Putnam City High School, students from every walk of life have gathered every Wednesday during Lunch for a YFC Campus Life program. This inspirational time of encouragement and challenge through a FCA Club is facilitated by Coaches and Youth Pastors with the support of Andrew Hamm, Youth For Christ West Youth Specialist and additional Volunteers.

In addition, this year at PCHS, through a partnership with VSL (Victory School of Leadership) of Victory Church, YFC OKC WEST has also facilitated the service of many of the Campus needs. Weekly, three of the VSL team provide support to Teachers and Food Staff, reflecting the love of Christ through daily service of campus needs. By serving, opportunities to work with students have become available to provide additional moments for relational ministry through interaction within the classrooms and lunch room.

PCHS has an enrollment of 1782 Students with a Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients percentage of 73.1%. In 1992, this percentage was only 4.8%, which reflects the Extreme challenges of a diversifying demographic and socio-economic base throughout West Oklahoma City and the need for campus support by YFC OKC WEST and our area partners.

As a response to the financial challenges and extreme needs that many of the students face on this campus, YFC OKC WEST has sought solutions through coalitions with various community organizations, such as City Reach OKC, to answer these necessities such as Clothes, Shoes, School Supplies, Back Packs and even Food. Through the provision of these most basic of needs to the most vulnerable of our society, many opportunities for the YFC OKC WEST team to personally share the gospel through relational discussions continue to unlock each week.

In the work of YFC OKC WEST effectively impacting the students of PC High School, Partnership with area Organizations, Churches and Youth Pastors is a key to success. We are so grateful for Ryan Latham of Victory School of Leadership and Levi Carter of Victory Church in this mission. Victory Church offers a vibrant Christ centered Youth Experience on Wednesday evenings focused at meeting the spiritual needs of the students of Putnam City High School.

Putnam City West HS

For the last 13 years at Putnam City West High School, students from every walk of life have gathered at various times for YFC Campus Life programs. These inspirational times of purpose, encouragement and challenge through various avenues have been facilitated by Coaches and Youth Pastors with the support of Brian Hill, Youth For Christ West Area Director and many additional Volunteers.

In addition, this year at PC West, through a partnership with VSL (Victory School of Leadership) of Victory Church, YFC OKC WEST has also facilitated the service of many of the Campus needs. Weekly, three of the VSL team provide support to Teachers and Food Staff, reflecting the love of Christ through daily service of campus needs. By serving, additional opportunities to work with students have become available to provide a variety of moments for relational ministry through interaction within the classrooms and lunch room.

PC West currently has an enrollment of 1571 Students with a Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients percentage of 85.2%. In 1992, this percentage was only 6.5%, which reflects the Extreme challenges of a diversifying demographic and socio-economic base throughout the 10th to 23rd Streets corridor of West Oklahoma City and the need for campus support by YFC OKC WEST and our area partners on the PC West campus.

As a response to the financial challenges and extreme needs that many of the students face on this campus, YFC OKC WEST has sought solutions through coalitions with various community organizations, such as City Reach OKC, to answer these necessities such as Clothes, Shoes, School Supplies, Back Packs and even Food. Through the provision of these most basic of needs to the most vulnerable of our society, many opportunities for the YFC OKC WEST team to personally share the gospel through relational discussions continue to unlock each week.

In this work of YFC OKC WEST effectively impacting the students of PC West High School, Partnership with area Organizations, Churches and Youth Pastors has remained a key to success. We are so grateful

for Ryan Latham & the team of Victory School of Leadership (VSL), Woody Burpo & Andrew Hamm of Passion Church and Levi Carter of Victory Church for their Partnerships in this mission. Both Victory Church and Passion Church offer a vibrant Christ centered Youth Experience on Wednesday

Western Oaks MS

For the last 11 years at Western Oaks MS, students from every walk of life have gathered every Wednesday Morning at 7:15 in the Band Room for a YFC Campus Life program. This inspirational time of encouragement and challenge through a FCA Club is facilitated by Coaches, Youth Pastors and SCU Volunteers with the support of Madeline Sanderson, Youth For Christ West Youth Specialist and additional YFC Volunteers.

 

Western Oaks MS has an enrollment of 683 Students with a Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients percentage of 87.3%. In 1994, this percentage was only 12.9%, which reflects the challenges of a diversifying demographic and socio-economic base throughout West Oklahoma City and the need for campus support by YFC OKC WEST and our area partners.

 

As a response to the financial challenges and extreme needs that many of the students face on this campus, YFC OKC WEST has sought solutions through coalitions with various community organizations, such as City Reach OKC, to answer these necessities such as Clothes, Shoes, School Supplies, Back Packs and even Food. Through the provision of these most basic of needs to the most vulnerable of our society, many opportunities for the YFC OKC WEST team to personally share the gospel through relational discussions continue to unlock each week.

 

In the work of YFC OKC WEST effectively impacting the students of Oaks, Partnership with area Churches and Youth Pastors is a key to success. We are so grateful for Pastors Woody Burpo and Andrew Hamm of Passion Church in their partnership in this mission. Passion Church offers a vibrant Christ centered Youth Experience on Wednesday evenings focused at meeting the spiritual needs of the students of Western Oaks MS

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SOUTH  |  Campus Life

 

Capitol Hill HS

Youth for Christ South OKC partners with Western Hills Church to provide a Campus Life Club during lunch on Thursdays at 11:10 in Coach Roger Jackson's room A205A.  The club is one of YFC South OKC's longest running Campus Life Clubs.

 

Students from this club are invited to the Western Hills youth experience called "Flood". Flood  reaches students every Wednesday at 6:00 pm.  This experience  is open to all interested students from Capitol Hill and surrounding areas.  
 
Western Hills Church  is located at 401 SW 44th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73109.  

Crooked Oak MS

The Crooked Oak Campus Life program meets every Wednesday morning before school.   This program is for any student wanting to fellowship with other believers on Campus and learn about the amazing love of God .
 
Campus Life's YFC Senior Youth Specialist Mark Inscoe creates an awesome opportunity for students to become engaged with their school and local church.  Students from this site are invited weekly to participate in the after school youth experience at Crossings Latino Church also known as Reverse Impact OKC .
 
Reverse is located at 3244 South Harvey.  The youth experience begins at 6:00 every Wednesday night. Crossings Latino Church also offers a more in depth experience on Sunday mornings for students who are interested in going deeper into God’s word.

Crooked Oak HS

The Crooked Oak Campus Life program meets every Wednesday morning before school.   This program is for any student wanting to fellowship with other believers on Campus and learn about the amazing love of God .
 
Campus Life's YFC Senior Youth Specialist Mark Inscoe creates an awesome opportunity for students to become engaged with their school and local church.  Students from this site are invited weekly to participate in the after school youth experience at Crossings Latino Church also known as Reverse Impact OKC .
 
Reverse is located at 3244 South Harvey.  The youth experience begins at 6:00 every Wednesday night. Crossings Latino Church also offers a more in depth experience on Sunday mornings for students who are interested in going deeper into God’s word.

Thomas Jefferson MS

The Jefferson Middle School Campus Life program meets every Wednesday morning before school in Portable 5B.  This program is not only for athletes but, for any students wanting to fellowship with other believers on Campus.
 
Campus Life Sponsors, Coach Diana Gaytan, Coach Ivan Esau and YFC Senior Youth Specialist Rocky Bratton create an awesome opportunity for students to become engaged with their school and local church.  Students from this site are invited weekly to participate in the after school youth experience at Southern Hills Church of God.
 
Southern Hills Church of God is located at 1029 W Interstate 240 Service Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73139.  The youth experience begins at 7:00 pm every Wednesday night. 

Webster MS

The students of Webster Middle School meet every Wednesday prior to school in Coach Crimm’s classroom. Coach Crimm together with YFCSOKC Intern Didi Martin provides a safe and fun opportunity for our students to interact with each other concerning the serious issues of today’s youth.
 
The students from Webster are invited every week to join in the evening program with Pastor Josh McKee at Wilmont Place Baptist Church located across the street from the school.  For years the church staff and congregation have given countless hours in the service of Webster Middle School students.  The Wilmont Youth Experience begins at 6:30 every Wednesday night. 

Roosevelt MS

The YFC/FCA partnership program meets every Friday morning prior to school in Mr. Park’s classroom. Teacher sponsors Bonnie Northcut, Diana Espinosa, Jordan Taylor and Jeremy Park serve this program together with YFC Youth Specialist Zack Howry providing the students at Roosevelt Middle School a relevant message and fellowship each week.
 
Students who attend are invited weekly to participate in the after school program at “The Rock” youth center every Friday located at La Roca community Church where YFC community partner Eddie Gallegos is the Senior Pastor.  
 
La Rocca Community Church provides the students of Roosevelt Middle School with a safe place to finish up on schoolwork, fellowship and strengthen their relationships with Christ.

Santa Fe South HS

The students at Santé Fe South High School meet every Tuesday during lunch in the choir room. This program is a partnership of YFC and Western Hills Church.   The club sponsored is Christy Brewster and her volunteer staff. Together we provide an excellent experience for the students to interact and fellowship together and discuss Christ like characteristics. Western Hills Church offers an opportunity for the students that attend club to Participate in the after school program “The Flood” led by Pastor Brandon Werner. Western Hills Church also provides many great activities and community outreach to the students and families that attend

Santa Fe South MS

Santa Fe South Middle School Students have the opportunity each week to participate in our YFC/ Fish Club program. This program meets in the football stadium or during bad weather in the Multi-Purpose locker room. This club is sponsored by the leadership team from Western Hills Church. This team provides leadership, mentoring, fellowship and an opportunity for spiritual growth. Every Wednesday the students of this club are invited to attend the after school program “The Flood” led by Pastor Brandon Werner at Western Hills Church.   Western Hills Church provides many great activities and community to the students and families who attend.

Southeast HS

Students at Southeast High School meet every Wednesday morning prior to school in Coach Trammell’s classroom. YFC/FCA partner in this student led program, this program is sponsored by Coach Trammell and YFC Youth Specialist Joanna Johnson. Together they provide professional oversight for this awesome group of students. 
 
Each week the students from this program are provided the opportunity to get closer in fellowship and intense bible study with Pastor Josh McKee at Wilmont Place Baptist Church.

U.S. Grant HS

The U.S. Grant High School Campus Life program meets every Wednesday morning before school in the library.  This program is comprised largely of student athletes due to heavy support from the schools coaching staff.
 
Campus Life sponsors, Principal Greg Frederick, Coach Andy Chishko and YFC Senior Youth Specialist Rocky Bratton create an awesome opportunity for students to become engaged with their school and likeminded churches.  Students from this site are invited weekly to participate in the after school youth experience at Southern Hills Church of God.
 
Southern Hills Church of God is located at 1029 W Interstate 240 Service Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73139.  The youth experience begins at 7:00 pm every Wednesday night. 

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MIDTOWN  |  Campus Life

 

Harding Charter Preparatory HS

Wednesday at lunch (11:30) is the meeting time for Impact Club at Harding. We meet in the gym because its the only room big enough for club! Kyle and Moriah Stewart lead an incredible Impact Commission team of adults that are the hands and feet of our ministry. The secret to the success of the ministry is longevity of God following believers. (OK, it’s no secret, when God’s people are diligent and long-suffering God’s work is evident.)

 

Harding is a unique school because it serves students from the whole city, picks only the most driven students, and pushes them to a higher standard of excellence. The ultimate thing we wish to communicate to these students is that achievement isn't necessary to please God and identity derived from accomplishment will always crumble, but founded in God will never fail.

Students are encouraged to attend theologically sound churches they have relationships with (if they are seeking) we invite them to try Bridgeway, Life.Church, Frontline, or Britton Christian
 

Northwest Classen HS

Impact Club meets Thursday at Lunch (11:15) in the Small Theater. We partner with Portland Avenue Baptist and Frontline to reach students in club and beyond. Tony Mullican, Will Gaines and Drew Ray are bent on discipling and empowering these high schools to be the ministers of their school. They share responsibilities of running club and work together planning and developing messages and new ways for students to lead.

NWC is our Rev.7:9-10 campus, with a student population of around 1,200 over 30 countries are represented. Our heart is burdened for the nations and we are honored to get to serve them here. We believe that through God’s work at NWC; families and nations will be reached with the truth of God’s word.

Students are urged to follow relationships to find a church home, we encourage them to stay at their doctrinally sound church or to try Portland Ave baptist or Frontline if they are searching for a church home.