Lifepoint students

19 Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”           Matthew 28:19-20

Wednesday night worship

Students come together weekly to worship and hear the preaching of God's Word. The student area opens at 5:30pm every Wednesday and service begins at 6:30pm. All students in grades 6th-12th are welcome!

If you are new, the 3 most important things to get involved in are Wednesday nights, Lifegroups, and D-Groups!  


Disciple groups are groups of 3-4 Students and 1 leader.  It is a group of students who desire a deeper walk with Christ and want to learn about Jesus.  

Students will learn how to write H.E.A.R. journals from the F260 weekly reading plan. 

Highlight. Explain. Apply. Respond. 

Students will grow in their personal lives, as well as kingdom: Community, accountability, and multiplication. It makes disciples, who then make disciples. D-Groups meet every Tuesday at 6:30pm! 

Let us know if you want to join a D-Group!

Student F260 Reading Plan


At Lifegroups we do life together!   We meet every other Sunday to fellowship with one another, make new friends, and get to know each other better.  We eat at 5:30pm!  Come do life with us!


September 1 / September 15th / September 29th / October 13th / October 27th / November 10th / November 24th


  • Authentic Love -  Purity Study

    Christ, Culture, and the Pursuit of Purity exposes culture’s distorted message about purity and love and reveals how God created us for a lifestyle of personal holiness. Over the course of the eight weeks, students will examine attributes of holiness that shape their identity. Be challenged to reject the self-serving influences of culture and learn to embrace what it really means to live as godly guys and girls and reflect the character of Christ.

    We are SO excited to see what the Lord has in store through this study.

    June 4th - July 30th


    This is a time to serve in our community.  We meet from 1:00pm-4:00pm every Thursday during the summer.  Come serve with us!


    June 6th / June 13th / June 27th/ July 18th / July 25th


    Late Night is a time for students to hang out together, play games, and make new friends! We will have Late Night every Thursday night during the summer from 6:30pm-9:30pm!  Eat before you come! 


    June 6th / June 13th / June 27th/ July 18th / July 25th

  • Student Ministry That Matters Lunch

    Parents and leaders please join us the first Sunday of every month after church.  We will eat together, pray for our students, and discuss Ben Trueblood’s book. Student Ministry that Matters gives you and your leaders a framework to answer this question, " Is my student ministry healthy?" We will look at questions from 2 chapters each month.


    July 7th / August 4th / Sept. 1st / Oct. 6th / Nov. 3rd / Dec. 1st.

    $5 for lunch – Register below


    STEP ONE is essential for all new Christians and church members.  It covers the foundations of your faith and helps you prepare to take the next step.   Students are taught Step One with a leader in the church.   Register below!

  • SUMMER STUDY - Know God's Word and make Him known

    Lifepoint Church will be hosting the National Bible Bee Study this summer for ages 7-18. This 8-week Summer Study prepares and encourages participants to memorize and study Scripture. 


    Dates: Wednesday nights June 5-August 7

    Time: 6:30-7:30

    Cost: $25 now /after April 15 $30/ after May 19 $35/ registration ends May 31


    (Choose host: Jackey Geeslin) 


    Join thousands of young people who are learning how to unlock the Scriptures and memorize God’s Word! 

    Using the Discovery Journal resource, the Summer Study launches the participants on a journey through the Scriptures asking questions designed to help them learn tools to discover the truths of the Bible in as little as 20 minutes a day with the option of a deeper study.

    At the conclusion of the Summer Study, participants may take the National Bible Bee Qualifying Test. This test allows them to be ranked nationally among other Summer Study participants. If they score within the top 120 of their age division and have met all the other requirements, they will be invited to be a contestant at the National Bible Bee Competition (NBBC).

    *Any students that would like to participate in the National Bible Bee Study Sign up! You will be back with us after 8 weeks knowing more of God's Word!


    We will have our next student parent meeting August 4th. 

    Parents with 6th - 12th grade students.

    Meetings will be in the student area at the end of our Sunday morning service.


    August 4th

    September 29th

    January 12th

parents / adults

serve opportunities

We need Student Leaders for Wednesday nights, D-Group Leaders for Tuesday nights, and Lifegroup leaders every other Sunday night.  We also need help on Late Nights during the summer and other student events throughout the year.  If you feel led to work with students let us know.  Fill out an application and email it to  We may or may not have a need where you would like to serve but there is always an area to serve if you have a heart for students!

Adult student leaders responsibility is:

  • To evangelize students and the adults who influence them through regular contacts, participation in personal visitation and class outreach events.
  • To disciple teenagers in their relationship with God.
  • To guide students to fellowship with each other as well as with the entire church.
  • To minister to teens and their families and to lead students to care for one another.
  • To lead students to worship by helping them develop a lifestyle that includes personal quiet times and participation in corporate worship.
  • To teach students the Bible using a variety of teaching-learning approaches and prayerfully guiding students toward spiritual transformation.
  • To maintain a daily personal quiet time, including prayer.


Student Leadership Team

If you feel led to serve on our Student Leadership Team fill out the application and email it to  

Students who serve as student leaders should:

  • Be disciples of Jesus Christ and conduct their selves in a way that honors God.
  • Maintain a personal quiet time (including prayer), participate in corporate worship, and encourage other students to do the same.
  • Witness to peers; lead them to faith in Jesus Christ.
  • Help plan, promote, and participate in fellowship opportunities; encourage group members to participate in building fellowship.
  • Help make the vision of reaching students a reality inside and outside of church events. 
  • Assist in leading small groups , and serve as a link between the teacher and the class members.


what is slu?


Student Leadership University's mission is to develop and equip student leaders to think, dream, and lead. We strive to instill future tense thinking; character-driven decision making; ownership of biblical values; and a commitment to influence through service.

"Sanctify yourselves, for tomorrow the LORD will do wonders among you." Joshua 3:5

"For this reason we also, since the day we heard it, do not cease to pray for you, and to ask that you may be filled with the knowledge of His will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding; that you may walk worthy of the LORD, fully pleasing Him, being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God." Colossians 1:9-10

"But sanctify the LORD God in your hearts, and always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you, with meekness and fear." 1 Peter 3:15


  • Our firm belief in God’s inerrant Word
  • Our commitment to biblical, servant leadership
  • Our desire for excellence in every facet of our operation and programs
  • Our extraordinary belief in providing EPIC experiences in leadership learning
  • Reaching students with an intentionally cross-cultural, multi-ethnic strategy
  • Our love and commitment to assist the Local Church and the Private Christian School succeed in developing student leaders
  • Our commitment to creativity, open communication, and focus
  • Our deep and sincere commitment to help student pastors succeed in ministry and life


We believe that God has called us to prepare the next generation to Think, Dream, and Lead through a challenging series of leadership training processes that equip them to have a Renaissance Mind, The Heart of a Patriot, The Soul of a Saint, The Discipline of a Champion and the Influence of a Leader.

We accomplish this vision through leadership adventures that are marketed through significant relationships across multiple denominational lines, delivered with excellence, and lead to a sustainable, long-term relationship.

  • Our adventures include world-class, highly interactive events
  • Ongoing curriculum and learning resources
  • Bibles, books, and recommended reading
  • Creative communications through technology and traditional deliverables
  • Relational capital that is value-centric
  • Systems that maximize our effectiveness and efficiencies
  • Aggressive, relational funding
  • Unyielding focus on introducing new students to SLU 101



  • Week 1: June 15-18, 2020


  • July 13-17, 2020


  • July 19-26, 2020


  • June 6-15, 2020

Click below to see 2021 dates





What we use

H.E.A.R Journal Foundations book - $15 Sold at the Source (any journal is great to use)

Disciple's Path Study Bible CSB - F260 Study Bible (any study Bible you prefer is perfect)

ESV Study Bible  -  It is great if you are looking for a good study Bible!

Students should  bring their Bible and  journal with them on Tuesdays / Wednesdays / Sundays

  • H.E.A.R. F260 Journal

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  • Disciple's Study Bible

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  • ESV Study Bible

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  • June 4th - Discipleship starts all together (Purity)
  • June 16th - WILDWEEK Camp Meeting
  • June 17th - 20th - SLU 101 ORLANDO
  • June 30th - Basics Class
  • July 4th - 4th Party
  • July 7th - Student Ministry Matters Lunch
  • July 9th - 13th - WILDWEEK
  • July 10th - No student service - WILDWEEK
  • August 4th - Student Parent Meeting
  • August 4th - Student Ministry Matters Lunch
  • August 4th - Move Up Day
  • August 6th - D-Group Leader Training (Students off)
  • August 13th - New Semester D-Group Kickoff
  • August 14th - Welcome Back Wednesday
  • August 18th - Lifegroup Kickoff
  • August 25th - Basics Class
  • September 1st - Student Ministry Matters Lunch
  • September 29th - Student Parent Meeting
  • October 6th - Student Ministry Matters Lunch
  • October 13th - Student Fall  Fellowship
  • October 27th - Basics Class
  • November 3rd - Student Ministry Matters Lunch
  • December 8th - Christmas Party
  • December 1st - Student Ministry Matters Lunch
  • December 31st - January 2nd - PASSION 2020 (Seniors)
  • January 12th - Student Parent Meeting