Frontline Clubs

What Is Frontline?

FrontLine Clubs is our discipleship program for children age 3 through 6th grade. The program is designed to help churches and parents train children to love and live the Bible by teaching basic biblical theology starting with the attributes of God. All ages study age-appropriate variations of the same basic theme each week.

What Happens in a Frontline Club Meeting?

Frontline Clubs meet on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. during the midweek prayer service.

Bible Lessons and Activities
Children meet in age-graded clubs where they participate in songs, journal time, Bible story, games, and crafts. Every meeting activity is designed to teach and reinforce the weekly theme. 

Frontline Journal
Children also have a Frontline journal that walks them through a daily Bible lesson during the week. They complete five daily workbook pages and memorize a Scripture passage each week. Children review these workbook pages with their leaders during club and can earn rewards for completing each day's lesson.

Bible Memory
One of the most important parts of Frontline Clubs is the Bible memory passages. All age groups memorize from the same passage, with young children memorizing just a phrase or short verse and each successively older club committing additional verses to memory.

How to Get Involved
If you would like to register your child for Frontline Clubs, please contact the church office or talk to Loyd Henderson. 

Safety and Worker Training

The safety of your children is our top priority at Faith Baptist Church. All nursery workers are required to undergo a background check and to complete training and certification through MinistrySafe, an organization dedicated to helping ministries provide a safe environment for children. 

For more information, please contact us.