Students@First

Building lives that HONOR God

 

Sunday Morning Bible Study-  9:15 am for students 6th -12th grade

The saying goes, “you are what you eat”.  At FBC Wimberley, we desire to build lives that honor God.  Faith development begins for many in the home.  Sunday morning Bible study is a unique time of week that we aim to dig into true study of God’s word.  We look at the character of God, how Jesus lived it out, and who we are called to be.  Each week, students are provided with a devotional guide for the following week that recaps what was covered.  Classes are divided by jr. high guys, jr. high girls, and high school combined.  Join us in the student building.

Wednesday Nights- 6:15 pm for students 6th -12th grade
Students love Wednesday nights at first and hanging with friends.  With a committed team of student ministry leaders, we are passionate about creating environments for students to connect with God and others.  We want to see students grow in their faith to become like Christ, to serve others, and share the hope they have in Jesus.

General Schedule
Food Served / Games – 6:00 – 6:45 pm
Singing- 6:45 – 7:00 pm
Bible Study- 7:00 – 7:25 pm
Small Groups- 7:25 – 8:00 pm

 

What an amazing weekend we had at FOCUS.  Among the excitement, 15 students from FBC said yes to a relationship with Jesus.  From the participating churches, 57 students accepted Christ.  Thank you to all that made the weekend such a great success!

Tonight we will start a new series in Wednesday night Bible study.

It’s vital that students understand the Gospel and can explain it to their friends.  We want your student to grasp the true nature of Christ’s sacrifice, and to understand the power of the new life He provides.

Tonight, we will be embarking on a study entitled Exchange: Gaining Through Giving Up, a powerful time of Bible study and application. Exchange will guide your child to see the Gospel and the impact it has on their lives through the lens of various “exchanges.” Over the next 4 weeks we will introduce your child to the following key exchanges:

  • The Great Exchange, where Christ exchanged heaven for earth and His holiness for our sin, all that we might exchange death for life.
  • The exchange of self for Christ that speaks to how students view the leadership of their lives
  • The exchange of hate for love helping students understand that we’re called to love others
  • The exchange of comfort for calling, where students are challenged to accept Christ’s call to actively engage in being messengers of the Gospel.

 

 

 

 

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