Student Ministry


CCIC is about life change.we want to be a place where student can come,feel safe,make friends and experience God in a fresh new way.we have a leadership that crave to live out 1 Corinthians 11:1 “Be ye imitators of me, even as iI also am of Christ”.and 1 Thessalonians 2:8″ even so being affectionately desiriou of you,we were well pleased to impact unto you,not the gospel of God only,but also our own souls because ye were become very dear to us”.we are committed to bringing life to these 7 principles.
Authentic Faith.
Confusion in this one area is the primary reason so many students abandon Christianity.
True faith is the confidence that God is who he says He is and confidence He will do everything He has promised to do.
Spiritual Discipline.
The Apostle Paul says that true spiritual transformation begins with a renewed mind.
Only as teenagers begin to renew their minds according to the truth of scripture and time with God will their attitudes and behavior begin to change.
Moral Boundaries.
Students need to learn how to protect their bodies a d emotions by honouring God’s plan for sex and morality.The depth of their intimacy with God and others is dependent on it.
Healthy Relationship.
The people student associate with the most will have a direct impact on the decisions and standards they healthy friendships build them up and draw them closer to God; unhealthy friendships brings them down and cause them to compromise what they know is right.we want to help them build healthy friendships while avoiding unhealthy ones.
Wise Choice.
Good decision making is more than simply choosing between right and wrong.Teenagers need to learn to ask, “In light of my past experiences and future plans and dreams, what is the wise thing for me to do in this situation? They have to know how to apply Godly wisdom to the choices they make.
Ultimate Authority.
Teenagers often view freedom and authority as opposing concepts.But the Bible teaches that true freedom is found under authority.
Students need to recognize God’s ultimate authority and respect and respect the earthly authorities He has placed over them.
Others First.
Selfishness comes naturally to teenagers( and the rest of us) Selflessness, however, must be learned.The Bible says Jesus made himself nothing in order to serve the people Be students must learn to do the same.
These 7 principles are taken from the book “The seven checkpoints by Stanley and Hall”.