Welcome to our
Welcome to our
Our goal is to continue providing opportunities to learn, fellowship, and worship all season whether in person or online, which will depend on current COVID-19 regulations and status in Cabell county as well as the weather.
We have several group events and fundraising opportunities for our Youth Missions scheduled throughout the fall. Event details & registration information can be found below.
Contact DaVontaé Edwards, Minister of Youth to make sure your family is receiving all the text updates.
*See details of each biblical study series below.
Each student received a daily devotional book. They contain short devotionals that should take no more than 10 minutes a day with journaling. You (or your student) can also follow the youth page on Instagram @fabyouth_1135 for daily encouragement.
Lenses: (Current Study)
1: Why do we need a new Lense
2: Good is never good enough
3: Pursuit of Happiness
4: Selflessness leads to true connection
5: My faith is Private
6: Doing Life God’s way
What Is Love:
1: (His) Love is Lasting
2: (His) Love is Overwhelming
3: (His) Love is Valuable
1: Go.. Make Disciples.. Baptize…Teach
3: From Fans to Followers
4: The Anointed One
5: Give & Receive Forgiveness
6: What it Cost?
7: God Love… Those people?
8: Prison, Death, Prayer and…
1: Is God Real?
2: Is Jesus THAT God?
3: Jesus & other gods
4: Answering your God questions
5: Talking God with you
June 19-26th, 2021
Our mission is to partner with local ministries to help share the love of Jesus Christ.
- 7 days, 6 nights
- Leave on the June 19th to travel to Columbus
$200 deposit is due by March 31st. Early deposits are appreciated.
Amount Individuals Will Pay=
$600 per Student
$400 per Chaperone
Chaperone: Parent of a student in the youth program, YEC member, or Youth
On Sunday evenings, high school youth gather for small groups led by adult volunteers. Two small groups—girls & boys—meet from 6 to 8.
On Wednesday evenings from 6-7 p.m. in the FAB Lab, the middle school youth get together for Bible Study, worship lead by 412 and various mission projects.
We regularly get together with other youth groups in the West Virginia Baptist Convention for discipleship and fellowship—and an annual game of Broomball, held at an ice skating rink in Charleston.
Our youth attend weeklong camps held throughout the summer at Camp Cowen, youth conventions held in churches throughout the state, and other events that feature engaging guest speakers, uplifting music, and unique opportunities for spiritual growth.
Many of our youth serve in leadership roles with the West Virginia Baptist Convention’s YLC (Youth Leader Core) and YMPT (Youth Ministry Planning Team).
Youth are more than the future leaders of the church; they are leaders today also. Our Youth Leader Team is a group of primarily high school students who have been equipped by FAB and WVBC leaders to lead in areas of Bible study, worship, missions, and other ministries. The Youth Leader Team meets monthly to be equipped with new skills to lead in our youth ministry.
"Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity." -1 Timothy 4:12 (NIV)
412, our youth praise band, aims to lead others in worship across all generations in a God-honoring way. Guided by 1 Timothy 4:12, our hope is that we set an example for other believers through the gift of music.
For more information about 412, email Pastor Von .Davontae@fithavenuebaptist.org