Mentorship and intentional discipleship are transformational. Because of consistent, caring adults outside of teachers and parents, mentored students are more likely to thrive academically, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
Benefits include high school graduation, healthy relationships, improved attitudes, hopes and aspirations, confidence, and resistance to peer pressure.
Hope Collaborative mobilizes churches to engage others in our communities. You can be the consistent presence of a caring adult in the life of two to four students one hour a week in public schools in Bullitt, Hardin, Jefferson, and Oldham counties in Kentucky and Clark and Floyd counties in Indiana.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Fellowship of Christian Athletes disciples coaches and athletes in middle and high schools throughout our region. You can serve as a character coach and mentor athletes from a team for a sports season in Bullitt, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, and Spencer counties.
East Louisville Young Life
East Louisville Young Life invites young people to experience life as God designed it to be lived. You can be a leader on campus, host meals for weekly leadership meetings, care for and invest in teams of student leaders, or serve with your event, fundraising, prayer, or other support skills.
Youth for Christ Greater Louisville
Youth for Christ Greater Louisville serves in several schools. Volunteers mentor students, including walking alongside teen moms, as well as serving with the deaf ministry.
Youth for Christ Southern Indiana
Youth for Christ Southern Indiana volunteers reach out to young people in a variety of capacities, including helping with events and serving as leaders in schools. You could engage with juveniles at the Clark County Youth Shelter, aid in tasks that support a ministry site or student events, or care for local leaders.
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Student Ministry as your Passion Area to learn how you can champion students.