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Welcome to HHBC Student Ministry!

Being United . . . .

Connecting:

Knowing that transition is difficult, we strive to develop relationships throughout the ministry by participating in several activities and programs together throughout the year.

  • All Wednesday activities in the summer
  • Major Events during the school year
  • Xtreme Fest ‐ Fall Outreach Event,
  • Super Bowl Party, Guys Only and
  • Girls Only Events (i.e. Chiseled and Polished)
  • Summer Camp at Snowbird: July 28th – August 2nd
  • Munchie Mondays in the summer

Growing:

It is important for all believers to continually grow in their knowledge of and relationship with God. During the school year, “Sunday Night Electives” will provide that opportunity.

Fall Semester #1: Sept. 8th – Oct. 13th

  • “Study in the book of Colossians”
  • “A Daughter’s Worth” ‐ Part 1
  • “Man Up” ‐ Part 1
  • “Discovering your SHAPE”

Fall Semester #2: Nov. 3rd – Dec. 8th

  • “Solomon ‐ A Heart of Integrity”
  • “A Daughters Worth” ‐ Part 2
  • “Man Up” ‐ Part 2
  • “Sharing Jesus Without Fear”

Winter Semester: Jan. 12th – Feb. 23rd

  • “Daniel ‐ Spiritual Living in a
  • Secular World” ‐ Part 1
  • “Using your SHAPE”
  • “Standing Tall When Tempted”

Spring Semester: March 2nd – May 4th

  • “Daniel ‐ Spiritual Living in a Secular World” ‐ Part 2
  • “Understanding a Call to Ministry”
  • “My Heart, Christ’s Home” ‐ Commitment

Impacting:

It is our desire to provide experiences for all students to serve others.
Some examples include:

  • Church and Community work projects
  • Christmas Caroling w/ Senior Adults
  • Baseball with the handicapped
  • Working at the Rescue Mission
  • Local Missions Day
  • Church mission trips

 

Activities:

Quality relationships are what keep us connected. While most H.S. activities are done through our

Life Groups, special activities include:

  • Freshman Welcome Activity
  • LU Football & Tailgating
  • Senior Retreat
  • The Marble Yard hike
  • Graduate Recognition
  • King’s Dominion

Wednesday Nights:

Combining media, music and a message we strive to expose students to all aspects of
God’s nature, character, and expectations.

Topics this year:

  • “Diving Deep”
  • A study of church doctrines
  • “The Power of Sex”
  • A study in the Book of Philippians
  • Special Worship Services (i.e. Centers of Convergence)

Life Groups:

Focusing on relationships, students in small, age‐graded groups dig deeper and discuss each Wednesday’s lesson topic on Sunday mornings and develop lasting relationships through mentoring, nurturing and accountability.

Serve Teams:

Opportunities abound to support the Wednesday service and use one’s interests and giftedness to impact others. Singing and/ or playing in the Worship Band

  • News
  • Video Production
  • Drama
  • A/V
  • Tech
  • Missions


Middle School Ministry

Activities:

Our Middle School students will have various opportunities for activities with their cylinder groups. In
addition, we provide our students with a number of large group activities and events throughout the year.

  • MS Luau ‐ Welcome Activity
  • LU Football & Tailgating
  • Peaks of Otter Hike & Cookout
  • Snow Tubing
  • MS All‐Nighter
  • King’s Dominion

Wednesday Nights:

Are designed to engage, inform, and challenge our students. This is done via relative biblical teaching, multi‐media and music. Topics this year:

  • “Who’s the Man?”
  • “Do‐Overs”
  • “Got Friends?”
  • “Bible Stuff”
  • “My Relationship with God”
  • “My Relationship with Myself”
  • “My Relationship with Family”
  • A Study in the Book of James

Cylinder Groups:

Every student will be part of a “cylinder group” which will consist of students of the same grade and gender with an adult leader. The leader will seek to disciple, mentor, and encourage students in their Christian walk and relationship with Christ.

The goal of the church and its student ministry is to “produce spiritual maturity.”

Jesus commanded us, his disciples, to go and make disciples of all nations. At HHBC we desire to be and to make disciples
of Jesus Christ. We understand that process to look like this:

  • An authentic disciple of Christ must connect to God and people, must grow individually and collectively in the Word and will of God, and must impact the church through service and their world as salt and light.

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy
Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” ~ Matthew 28:19‐20

  • Make Disciples ‐ of all who are saved.
  • Identify with Christ and the church. (Rom. 6:4, Acts 2:41‐42).
  • Teach obedience to the Word of God.

“It was he who gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, some to be pastors and teachers, to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” ~ Ephesians 4:11‐13

  • Mature the saints (that includes students).
  • Equip saints to do the work of the ministry.
  • Result: The body of Christ is edified through unity and maturity.

 

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Student Medical Forms

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Brian Freerksen – Director of Student Ministries and High School Pastor
Although born in Minnesota, Brian was raised and lived in Lynchburg throughout his school years and early adult life. Brian graduated from Liberty University in 1991 with a Bachelor of Science in Pastoral Ministries and Youth Ministry. After taking a year off to work and marry his lovely wife, Nancy, Brian continued his education by earning a Master of Divinity at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary in May of 1996. He began his full-time ministry with students while in Seminary as an Assistant High School Pastor at Thomas Road Baptist Church. Upon graduation, Brian followed God’s leading to fill the position of Associate Pastor of Students at Lizella Baptist Church in Lizella, GA. After eleven years of service God called Brian and his family back to Lynchburg as the Senior High Pastor and Director of Student Ministries at HHBC. Brian and Nancy have three wonderful children, Brandon, Emily, and Katie. Brian enjoys soccer, the martial arts, Frisbee golf, reading, and hanging out with his friends and students.

Meghan Burks – Graphic Arts
Meghan Burks was born and raised in Lynchburg, VA and has attend Hyland Heights since she was seven years old. She is pursuing a degree in Woman’s Ministry with a minor in Computer Design. Meghan is a graduate of the Word of Life Bible Institute in Florida. She loves to create ideas that welcome new-comers while making the Student Ministry Center an inviting place for all. She uses that passion to develop ideas for the Technical aspect of the Student Ministries. She likes to spend her spare time with family and friends.

WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!

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