Children’s & Youth Ministries

The vision of NBCF is to see all walking in the fullness of Christ. Just as we see that God is moving in the adults, it is safe to assume He has the same in mind for our children. We are teaching our children to walk in fullness, completely surrendered to the Lordship of Jesus Christ!

Each age may express Christ differently. But we are told to “Train up a child in the way he should go (and in keeping with his individual gift or bent), and when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6 AMP. This is an awesome time to raise our children because we know that God is pouring out His Spirit on all men. Jesus states strongly in Matthew 19:14, “Let the children come to me. Don‟t stop them! For the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to those who are like these children.”   It‟s an honor to teach those that compose the Kingdom of Heaven!

We believe that it is important to impart to them concepts that, in past generations, were discovered later on in life. We know, and pray fervently, that God will continue to speak to our children just as He said in Joel and brings with passion into the New Covenant in Acts 2:17—”In the last days,” God says, “I will pour out my Spirit upon all people.  Your sons and daughters will prophesy. Your young men will see visions. . .”  We have to keep in mind we are raising children that will have to face tough times. If we listen and help guide them they can use their childlike faith to speak out, believe with authority, and walk in the power of Holy Spirit.

 “Playing with a Purpose” Nursery: Ages 0-3

Playing with a Purpose provides a warm, nurturing environment for wee ones to be stimulated by the Word of God and discover basic truths about the Father and about themselves.  Our nursery ministry is available on Sunday mornings, just following worship.  One of our friendly nursery workers will greet you at the nursery and guide you through the simple registration process.  We use a customized curriculum to make our play purposeful while devoting our greatest attention to recognizing each child’s unique qualities and making them feel special and loved.

Mothers with babies or young toddlers may use our nursery room as needed during services. The nursery is equipped with a changing area, a sink, imaginative play toys, and a private nursing area.

 DiscipleKids: Ages 5 and up

DiscipleKids is our Kid’s Church which is designed to train and equip our children to live powerful and purposeful lives as followers of Christ.  We desire to guide our children into a place where they know and are dependent upon the Word of God; where they put their faith into action and see it produce; where they know who they are and what they are here to do; where they hear the voice of the Holy Spirit and obey; where they develop the character and attitudes of Christ; and where they enjoy a relationship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit!

DiscipleKids meets just following the morning worship service. . Once the service is over, parents are free to pick up their children at their classroom. Parents may also visit with the classroom teacher and ask questions before or after services.

Note:  Teaching and activities are geared toward school-aged children; however, we do make exceptions based on individual readiness!  Please contact Associate Pastor, Brooke Jack, with any questions: bdjack@inbcf.com

DiscipleKids introduced SuperKid Academy from Kenneth Copeland Ministries, March 2015!  We are seeing our “cadets” grow and be transformed by the Word!  While we do use a curriculum to guide our teachings, we always give place to the Holy Spirit, first and foremost, to guide our meeting times.

 

 

iDiG (Identity in God): Teens

iDiG is a ministry for teens ages 13 to 19 or those who are in high school.  iDiG is about discovering what is possible, what is right, and what can be accomplished through faith in Jesus Christ.  In iDiG, teens are challenged to break cultural and religious molds in pursuit of a real and thriving relationship with Jesus.

iDiG meets twice a month (1st and 3rd Sundays) just following the morning worship service.  We establish community by sharing a meal together and then dive into dynamic discussion of the Word, personal life application, and more.  Find iDiG on Facebook.