Youth for Christ Program
Program Overview

Classes, projects, extracurricular activities and environment are carefully arranged to help every student grow.

Morning Prayer

Every morning starts with prayer. This is one of the most significant parts of the program, and for many students the highlight of their time at the school when they leave. This time is set aside for students to cultivate their relationship with God.

Missionary Trip

During the course of study, students will participate in a one week field trip. Some groups will go to Mexico, while others will visit churches across the states.

Ministry Projects

Each student participates in one of the ministry projects where they develop new skills and learn to minister to people.

Choir

All students will be required to participate in the choir. This will allow students not only to develop their musical talents and praise God, but also learn to work as one team for the common objective.

Workshops

Students are involved in various crafts and projects where they design and build with their hands. They later compete against other teams to see whose work is the best. Students have a lot of fun!

Seminars (Classes)

Two hours in the morning are spent in the classroom environment where students learn basic principles of Christian life and ministry. Each seminar (class) is typically 6 lecture hours, spread through the week.

 

Seminars we are planning for Summer 2017:

PURPOSE OF LIFE

What on earth are we here for?

 

RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD

How to build and grow in your relationship with God

 

VICTORY OVER TEMPTATIONS

Practical advice on how to overcome sin and grow in holiness

 

WHO IS A GOOD FRIEND

How to find a good friend and be one

 

PARENTS

Generation gap and how to find understanding and respect

 

BIBLE STUDY TOOLS

Bible study methods and tools to be more effective at learning Gods word

 

 CHRISTIAN ETHICS

How to be the light in the world and uphold virtuous behavior as is apropriate to Christians

 HEALING OF THE SOUL

 Insecurities, emotional wounds, and how to recieve inner healing.

 

BASIC CHRISTIAN ETHICS

Christian etiquette, moral principles and rules of respect

 

I KISSED DATING GOODBYE

Practical relationship advice

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

Healthy use of social media

 

MUSIC
Where music can be a blessing, and how it could be a curse

 

 GOSPEL - GODLY LIFE

 What is the Gospel and how does it change your life?

 

CHRISTIAN PERSECUTION
Persecution in history and the world right now

Extracurricular Activities

Students participate in a range of other activities that are not described above. Students visit churches, participate in small ministry projects, read the bible and play sports.

About Us

At Great Commission Missionary School we help students grow in their understanding of scripture, equip them for ministry and inspire them to be soldiers of God.  But most importantly, we focus on a personal relationship with Christ and the Great Commission. We have various programs for different age groups where we share our vision to "Love God and people the way Jesus did."

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Contact Us

Great Commission Missionary School 21948 NE Glisan St

Gresham, OR 97030

 

Telephone: +1 971 231 4977

E-mail: usa@gcommission.org

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