Youth ministry program available to help churches
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A local outreach program specifically geared towards teens is available to help churches and others with their youth ministries and events.
The S.T.E.P. U.P. Mentoring Outreach Ministry Service is especially for those planning a youth retreat, planning a youth day program, who want to add to their youth ministry’s curriculum, and who want to add to their mentoring and community outreach program.
The outreach ministry service can also help with planning events for teenagers, including various fun activities, rap sessions and decorating ideas.
Kent and Vivian Jones, founders of S.T.E.P. U.P., have more than 30 years of experience working in ministry as youth leaders and teachers, as well as five years experience working with children in the public school system.
Now they wish to help those who are looking for ways to enhance learning experiences for the teenagers in their church, youth ministry, or mentoring programs.
Churches and others who are interested in utilizing the S.T.E.P. U.P. service to help make their curriculum and events better or to see how the outreach ministry service can add positive, fun and memorable experiences to their groups or organizations can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Facebook Messenger and their Facebook page, Step Up Outreach Ministry.
With a focus on “no teen left out;” S.T.E.P. U.P., “Students Taught to Excel with a Plan, United for God’s Purpose,” is a Christian non-profit ministry geared to helping teenagers aged 13-18 years old, regardless of race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, or gender identity.