Terri became our Children’s Minister in March 2020. Her passion is Psalm 78:4, “We will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, His power, and the wonders he has done.” She is thankful for the great team of directors and volunteers who invest in Flint Kids every week.
Debbie is passionate about sharing the love of Jesus with every child. The nursery is such a special place for her because these formative years are when little boys and girls are introduced to Jesus for the very first time. She is married to T.J. Harkness and has 3 children.
Paula joined Flint Baptist Church in 1998. She worked as a volunteer Children's Director for 10 years. Today, she serves on staff as the Kids4Christ (K4C) Director of 1st-3rd Grades. Her passion is to see young children come to Jesus and learn to depend on him.
Amy has worked as a Speech Pathologist for 20+ years with elementary and middle school students. When the opportunity came to lead the 456 department at our church, it was very clear to Amy it was what God wanted her to do. She loves students of this age because they display a hunger for God's Word.
Mission Friends missions discipleship group for pre-k through kindergarten. In Mission Friends, preschoolers develop a missions heart as they move from a focus on themselves to a focus on others. Preschoolers grow toward God as they become aware that God wants everyone to know of His love.
Girls in Action (GAs) is designed to help girls in grades 1 through 6 come to faith in Christ as Savior, while making missions an important part of their daily lives. They learn what it means to live a missional lifestyle while they participate in Bible study, missions projects and engaging activities. They also have a lot of fun and build lasting memories as they “travel” to various places around the world when they learn about the work of missionaries.
Royal Ambassadors (RAs) is a missions organization for boys in grades 1-6 that helps them develop a Biblical worldview with an emphasis on missions learning and missions doing. RA's utilizes activities that are designed to help boys learn about missions and get them personally involved in practical missions experiences while having fun. Click here for frequently asked questions about the RA program.