Student MinistryBoulder Valley Christian Church

Thank you so much for visiting our website.  I'm thrilled that you are here and my hope is that this website will help to keep you connected with our ministry! 

First off, please know that we see our ministry as an extension of the ministry that is already happening in your home!  Even though students will do their best to hide this fact from you, you ARE and will ALWAYS be your son or daughter's biggest influence.  You are their baseline in life... what you do, (better- who you are) will define their sense of what is "normal."   I don't know about you, but... this fact scares me because I realize quickly how far I fall short of God's standards too!

Our goal is to partner with you as we believe that students who have a healthy church and home life, are in the perfect sweet spot for connecting with God and growing in Him!

We have a boat-load of great resources that we would like to share with you.  Many of these resources are built into this website, but most are on our Pareent Resource Page.  Click the link to the right or the picture belwo and spend some time exploring!


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HomeWord helps families succeed by creating Biblical resources that build strong marriages, confident parents, empowered kids and healthy leaders. Founded by Jim Burns and supported by Doug Fields, HomeWord and Azusa Pacific University have partnered to form The HomeWord Center for Youth and Family.

HomeWord Website



The Fuller Youth Institute is a resource created by Fuller Theological Seminary transforming research into resources that elevate leaders, kids, and families. Existing partners include World Vision, Young Life, Youth for Christ, Urban Youth Workers Institute, Youth Specialties, YouthWorks, Compassion International, etc.

FYI Website




The CPYU is a nonprofit organization committed to building strong families by serving to bridge the cultural-generational gap between parents and teenagers. Since 1989, CPYU has developed an international reputation as a voice providing cutting-edge information, resources and analysis on today’s youth culture.

CPYU Website