About XP3 Students
WE BELIEVE THIS GENERATION IS UNIQUE
in its loneliness, its spiritual curiosity, its awareness of problems all over the world and disengagement from the immediate family. While the need for Jesus is the same now as it has been throughout history, how we translate Jesus to a new generation matters.
XP3 is about awakening spirituality, reactivating the family, and restoring a broken world. It isn’t focused on hot topics or pressure-packed agendas—It’s all a part of something deeper, where a deep theology meets practical needs.
XP3 IS ABOUT GIVING YOU TOOLS
that you can use however you want, whenever you want. It’s designed around an annual calendar to be a comprehensive student curriculum speaking to the seasonal rhythms relevant to a student’s life during key times of the year.
The XP3 curriculum is designed in such a way to encourage student ministries to move from a large group to a small group setting. For the large group setting, we provide teaching scripts for each series that invite the communicator to teach less for more.
Ultimately we believe life change happens in circles, so the small group component is designed to create a dialogue between leader and student based off the content of the session. The aim of the small group is not only to get more adults pursuing relationships with kids but to help create a safe and engaging place for students to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
XP3 RECOGNIZES THAT PARENTS HAVE THE MOST POTENTIAL FOR INFLUENCE
in the life of a student. This is why it is so critical to come alongside parents and equip them to support their student in what they are learning. To that end, one of the key components included in each of the XP3 series is the Parent Cue. The Parent Cue is a communication piece designed to help bridge the gap between the church and home with the intent of equipping parents.
XP3 IS ALL ABOUT PARTNERING WITH STUDENT PASTORS
to help you do what you do. XP3 acknowledges that being a student pastor is one of the most rewarding but also one of the most difficult jobs in the world. This is why XP3’s focus from day one has been not to just to provide resources for churches, but to develop relationships with churches and be there in any way we can to help them think through all the complex issues that they face.
The XP3 team is most proud of—and what we love to tell stories about—are the deep friendships we’ve all developed with student pastors and the stories they share with us.
XP3 IS PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER
Click here to find out how XP3 Students is part of the Orange Strategy, and how it aligns with First Look and 252 Basics.