Parent Partners

  • How do I get involved as a parent? 

    S.H.A.P.E. YOUR STUDENTS' SCHOOL FOR CHRIST!

    • Support
    • Host
    • Advocate
    • Pray
    • Encourage
  • 1. Su​pport

    • You can assist students through providing financial support to buy posters, t-shirts &/or pizza for their rallies. You can provide this directly to them or their club. 
    • As an organization, we also need your support! We are happy to provide our coaching to students free of charge, but it isn't free for us to provide. We invite you to partner with us financially through a monthly or one­-time gift of support today.
  • 2. Ho​st

    • Take ownership of this mission by being a Table Host at the NSP Spring Banquet. This means inviting 8+ people to learn more about this mission.
    • You can host a Parent Night to increase the awareness, involvement and support of parents in your area. 
    • You can host a huddle at your home where Christian Club student leaders unite together to receive outreach coaching and encouragement from NSP leaders.
  • 3. advocate

    • Proactively contact your student’s principal with a thank you when they allow students to practice their legal rights on campus. 
    • If administration is denying your student’s rights. Contact the principle and advocate for your students’ rights to share the gospel at their school. 
  • 4. pray

    • Commit to pray weekly for your student & school. Specifically for boldness of all Christian Students on campus and for the lost & broken students to find new life in Christ. 
    • Invite your church to join in praying for the students & school.
  • 5. En​courage

    • Give encouragement to your student as they reach their school for Christ in their planning and outreach. 
    • Join your student in the follow­-up phase. As they follow ­up with those who hear the gospel through their outreaches. W​hatever way works, we encourage parents to help your students follow­ up with their friends. You could join them by inviting students to your home for a meal or get together. It could be by helping your students lead a follow-­up Bible study in your home.