Welcome to the FCC Student Ministry Home Page.  Here we are all about Jr. High, High School and College age students.  This stage in life can be one of the most difficult, as well as one of the most exciting, stages.  We are excited that we get to spend our time helping students navigate this time in their lives.  We exist to show students the truth of Jesus' words when he said in John 10:10, "I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full."

Worship Uncoiled & Open Gym

Worship Uncoiled is the main worship time for students in grades 6-12, and meets on Sunday Nights from 6:00-8:00 in the church auditorium.

At 6:00 we serve a full meal to our students in the foyer here at the church.  We have some dedicated adults that love to fix some absolutely delicious meals (dessert included!).

About 6:30 we head into the auditorium for a crazy game, prizes, high energy worship, and a practical teaching time.

Open Gym meets before Worship Uncoiled from 5:00-6:00 in our gymnasium.  Open Gym is a relaxed time to just come and hang out with friends before Worship Uncoiled.  Students come to hang out, shoot some baskets, and show off their mad dodgeball skills.  


You do not want to miss Worship Uncoiled and Open Gym, every Sunday night during the school year!!!

Most Recent Worship Uncoiled:

Sunday School

Our Sunday school classes meet on Sunday Mornings during the 9:40 hour in the Cornerstone Building. To get to our Sunday School classes just walk between our two buildings and enter door 14.  Or you can meet in the foyer about 9:35 and CJ will show you where to go.  We have a class for 6th-8th grade boys, 6th-8th grade girls, high school students and college age students (meets periodically depending on when students are home).  These classes are taught by faithful adults who not only love students, but adults that love to have a blast with students.

Small Groups

Small groups are groups of students that meet with a committed adult leader during the week.  Middle School and high school small groups meet anywhere from Sunday afternoon to a weeknight after school.  E-mail CJ at for more information or if you are interested.

Be in the know!

There are multiple ways to be in the know about what is going on in our student ministry!

Weekly e-mail list:  

Each week an e-mail is sent out with all the info you need to know for the weekend.  If you want to get on that e-mail list just e-mail CJ at

Text alerts via our text messaging system:  

Each week, and in the event of an emergency or cancelation we send out a text message via our text messaging system "Remind 101."  If you want to receive our text messages simply text "@mrmusto" to the number "81010" and follow the instructions.  Standard text messaging rates do apply.

Follow us on Facebook:  

Simply search for FCC Brazil Student Ministry on Facebook and like our page and follow us. 

This website (but you already have this one covered!)


The student ministry is looking for volunteers to provide food for Worship Uncoiled on Sunday nights this spring.  Our meal time is a vital part of what happens in our Student Ministry on Sunday nights.  That time gives students a relaxed atmosphere to enter into so their hearts can best prepare for what God has to say to them.  If you would like to partner with us and help provide meals, please contact Jennifer Branam at 812-249-7990.  

For Parents!


Hey Parents,

This page is just for you.  We have started a new thing called Parent Ministry, by partnering with an organization called "Ministry to Parents."  Parent Ministry is all about helping supply resources that are helpful as you raise your sons and daughters through their teenage years.  There are a few different elements you can take advantage of on this page:


1.       Check out our parenting and family articles and videos:  There are 2 ways you can do this.  First, you can simply browse the links to the articles and videos below!  Secondly, you can sign up to receive our e-mails.  By signing up to receive our e-mails you will be in the loop on everything that is happening in our ministry, but we will also be sending you updates when we release new articles and videos that focus on parenting and families.  Sign up for our e-mails simply by e-mailing CJ at


2.      Like us on Facebook to get periodic inspirational parent posts.  To like us on Facebook go here:  FCC Student Ministry Facebook


3.      Check out the Family Experiences:  The family experiences are one experience or ceremony you can experience with your child each year from 6th through 12th grade  to help them grow in their faith.  To check out the family experiences go here:  Family Experiences


Great Blog Resources for Single parents (and all parents)



Parent Ministry Articles:


• Helping your teen Navigate The Noise:

• Helping your teen Navigate The Pressure to Perform:

• Helping your child develop a healthy rhythm of life:

• Navigating the noise:

• How to find hope...when hurt by other or hurt by the church:

• Thankfulness:  5 tips for teaching our kids to look beyond themselves:

• What is Instagram Reels and how to use it:

•What is Among Us and how to use it:

• 5 Reasons why sports is more than a game:

•How to Build a Relationship with My child:  Parenting by Connection (With Dave Cales):





  • Why Family Dinners Still Matter
  • How to prevent fights with teenagers
  • The Conversation, Not The Talk
  • Daddy, to Dad, To Father - a Daughter's Needs
  • Fortnite and Your Family
  • #TrendingParenting:  November 2018
  • "Because I said So" (6 Differences between command and influence)
  • 6 Stats on How Social Media Affects Teens that Parents Need to Know
  • How Do I Select a Technology Monitoring Service
  • The Ultimate Parent Guide To Youtube
  • Parents Guide to Texting
  • 8 Ways to Pray for Your Children and Teens
  • Parents Guide to Giving your Student a Cell Phone
  • 7 Ways to Manage Screen Time This Summer
  • Parenting Through Puberty
  • Sneaky Suspects:  Teenagers and Screens
  • Understanding Apple's ScreenTime App
  • Understanding the TikTok App
  • 5 Ways To Talk To Your Kids About Job Loss
  • What a Teenage Boy Needs From His Mom
  • Understanding the Marco Polo App
  • 10 Parenting Hacks For Sports
  • 6 Ways to Connect With the Heart of Your Child
  • 8 Ways to Pray for your Teen
  • How to Monitor Technology:  A Review on How to Use Bark
  • 3 Ways to Use Technology to Connect with Your Teen
  • How to Talk To Your Kids about Fears and The Coronavirus
  • HOw to Pray for Your Children and Teenagers Guilt Free
  • 10 Facts About Adolescence:  How to Help Parents Survive the At-Home Quarantine
  • Make the Most of this Time
  • How To Handle Emotional Pain
  • How To Keep Your Family Safe Online
  • Racial Reconciliation Resources
  • We Need Community
  • Navigating Crisis as a Community
  • What is Snapchat and How to Use it
  • Three Simple Ways to Understand the Bible
  • Three Ways to Pass Down Scripture to Your Children
  • Dirty Dishes and Sowing Seeds:  A Devotional For Parents

    Parent Ministry Videos:


    How to Help your teen navigate the pressure to perform:

    Building a Strong Relationship with Your Teen - How You Can Relate:

    Get In The Game With Your Teenager - How Can You Relate:

    Building Intentional Rhythyms:

    Anger:  How to offer patience when your teen is angry -

    Leading:  Helping your teenager plan their future -

    • Social Media - Helping Your Teen Deal With Image Management -

    • How can I help my stressed out teen...Kindness -

    • How Do I Respond When My Teen Disappoints me?

    • Three ways symbols help you lead your teen spiritually:

    • How to prepare your middle school student for high school: -

    • 4 tips on how to help your teen find the support of a mentor:

    • Delayed puberty - 4 ways to encourage a teen:

    • Setting Goals:  Dream for more than achievements:

    • Parents of athletes:  Sports is more than a game:

    • Trust:  How to Help My Teen Open Their Heart:

    • Personalized Faith:  How to Help My Teen Own Their Faith:

    • Time Management:  Three Ways to Help Your Teen Manage Time:

    • Seasons of Change:  5 Ways to Prepare Your High Schooler for College: