The following steps are a guide for those (students, teachers, youth leaders and parents) who desire to see a First Priority Club established at their middle or high school.

Step 1: We Train You

In order to do that, we host free FP training webinars regularly. Click the link below to sign up for the next one. By joining us, you will learn:
  1. The First Priority vision and strategy to see the Hope of Christ in every student in your school.
  2. How a student has first amendment rights in a school under the Equal Access Act.
  3. How Teachers, Parent, and Church Leaders can support the students as they lead the club.
Register by clicking the button below.

Step 2: You Train Students

Part of the FP training is in the HOPE strategy. The HOPE strategy is a four week meeting cycle for the students to implement in the FP club. Week one is Help where students learn to understand (and share) the gospel; they get a new Gospel tool each month. Week two is Overcome where there is a discussion about overcoming fears and obstacles that the world puts in their way. Week 3 is Prepare week where students write out then share their faith journey with the club. Their story can be of how God entered into their life or a situation they walked through via the power of God. Week 4 is Engage week where the club engages the students at school with the gospel; Non-believers are invited, an upbeat atmosphere is created, the Good News of Jesus is shared, and lives are changed.

Step 3: Start a Club

Your schools, churches, and community are filled with Christ followers. First Priority at its core is a strategy for Christians from community churches to work together to influence the school with the Good News of Jesus. If there are 1-2 students who want to start a club from a single church, have them grab 7-10 of their Christian friends at school to help them get the First Priority club going. Students influence each other everyday, you might as well help them influence their school for Jesus.