NEW STUDENT PASTOR - SHAUN BREEDEN
We are thrilled to announce that Shaun Breeden has joined the Restoration team, as Student Pastor, effective immediately. In his new role, Shaun will be overseeing 7th through 12th grade students, including all student gatherings, camps and events. He reports to Kari Hogan, Generations Pastor.
Shaun has over 20 years of ministry experience working with junior high and high school students. He has also served with several churches in the greater Houston area. Shaun has developed a team approach to ministry which focuses on the continuous shaping and development of each student’s faith. He's passionate about encouraging students to live the way of Jesus, courageously walk fully into their God-given identity and discover their Ephesians 2:10 purpose.
Shaun and his wife Sasha have been married 17 years and have two daughters, Peyton and Kinley. The Breeden's have been a part of the Restoration family for the past 18 months. Please welcome Shaun and his family - stop to say hello when you see them around the campus.
Coming in early August, Shaun will be inviting all 7th - 12th grade student parents, to a Student Ministry open house, to get to know him and hear the vision for the upcoming ’22-’23 school year.
Restoration Students exists to help students (grades 7-12) receive from Jesus, love others by bringing love, peace and hope to the world, and expect the extraordinary. By doing these things, we can better reach a generation in need of the significance and security only found in Jesus. Our prayer is that they know they have a place to belong. Our goal is that they know who their Heavenly Father is, help realize their individual role in the Kingdom, and challenge them to welcome others into a relationship with Jesus.
Receive the DNA of Jesus. Bring love, peace, and hope. Expect extraordinary God-activity at all times.
We want to see students to live and exhibit evidence of life in the Kingdom of God. We envision culture of disciple-making and inclusiveness.
To build relationships with students through fellowship, event attendance, and mentorship so that we can build a ministry that reaches those both in the church and in our city.
Through outreach events, Sunday night services, missions, and serving, we aim to reach the above stated goals so students can participate in what Jesus is doing in our community.
YEAR AT A GLANCE: 2022
6/5: Service-Zoi Mazi
6/19: NO SERVICE-FATHER’S DAY
7/10: NO SERVICE
7/11-16: (Tentative* Mission Trip)
7/24: 3 Big Sunday
7/31: 3 Big Sunday
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