• YCI

     

     

     

    IMPORTANT DATES!!!!
     
    Our First YCI of the year is this Friday! Come  for the breakfast.
    Come for the fellowship.
    Stay for the message!
     
    Please follow the following link to help provide breakfast for our Friday YCI meetings.

    https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/5080D4BAFAC29A20-ycibreakfast

     
    What's YCI? 
    Check out this link https://vimeo.com/165001996
     
    or
          Check out the information on our Page!
     

     

    The vision of YCI is to reach the world for Christ through youth.

    Youth Commission clubs are student-led gatherings on Middle and High School campuses to pray and study God's Word with the goal of shining the light of Jesus and showing authentic love to every student.

    The YCI model is unique: the students lead and the adults support them. Experience has shown us that student-to-student testimony is powerful.

    As the ministry began to grow, the vision grew as well.  Students from neighboring states launched clubs and our organization adopted the new name of YCI, Youth Commission International.    Today, the ministry continues to grow, equipping, training, and commissioning students throughout North America as well as four African countries. 

     

    LEADERSHIP:

    YCI leadership meetings are held every MONDAY at 8:00 am in Mr. T's room (713).  Students discuss ways to better reach our student body as well as engage in preparation for each week's Friday YCI Meeting.

     
    OUR MAIN MEETINGS:
     
    YCI main student meetings will be held every Friday morning beginning around 8 am in the GYM. All students, staff & faculty are welcomed.  Breakfast will be served in the Atrium every other Friday before YCI. 
     
     CHALLENGE OF THE WEEK:
     
    Make a new friend and ask them if they know what YCI is...if not, tell them why you love YCI!

     

    QUESTIONS/CONCERNS:

     
    Please contact Mr. Timerson if you have any questions.  Questions for Mr. T about YCI
     
     
     
Last Modified on October 3, 2018