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Sitting down, Jesus called the twelve and said, anyone who wants to be first must be the very last, and the servant of all. Mark 9:35
We pray for courage in our young people to grow in a personal relationship with Jesus that glorifies God. We want to touch lives with God’s love, transform lives with God’s word, and do it all for God’s glory. Our Project935 youth ministry follows Jesus’ teaching to his disciples as in Mark 9:35 - “Anyone who wants to be first must be the very last, and the servant of all.” Our young people enjoy this growing relationship with Jesus through fun activities, spirited worship, relevant study, service, and community.
UPDATE: Our conversations, laughter, prayer and their desire for God’s message has been amazing!
Pray for our students as they go back to school, activities, church, and youth group. While social media can dominate young people’s lives, it has also been a blessing in staying connected during the pandemic.
We believe our young people will continue to grow and have an even greater appreciation and desire for face to face community and intimacy, having lived through a pandemic!
FOLLOW the FMBC Project935 youth group on Instagram @935nevershutup for current updates and inspiration.
All Glory to God!
We provide a spiritual and emotional transition from Children’s Group to Youth Group. Students in 6th and 7th grade have a blast learning about Jesus in an age appropriate curriculum and subject matter.
Not your typical Youth Pastor, Kevin gave his life to Christ in 2007 and was baptized right here at Fort Mitchell Baptist Church. Kevin’s love and growing relationship with Jesus called him to serve as a Deacon for six years.
God then called Kevin to use his gift of connecting with young people as
Youth Pastor, and was ordained in 2015.
Kevin has a BA from Thomas More College where he played basketball and now enjoys coaching at the Middle School and High School levels. Kevin is passionate about teaching and sharing Jesus with everyone. He enjoys doing life and ministry with his wife Kelly as well as fishing and hiking with his son Avery and granddaughter Jaelyn.