The best person to disciple a student is a parent, but every student (and parent) needs someone else who loves God and loves them.

Parenting is one of the most important roles someone can have, but sometimes it’s hard to see the impact that is being made. From scurrying to the next practice, club meeting, or music lesson, it’s difficult to pause and reflect on how everything is really going. Couple that with the fact that being a parent of a middle or high schooler comes with some of the highest of the highs and the lowest of the lows, and it’s sometimes just downright impossible to truly know how your student is doing. No matter your family situation, don’t lose hope. Being a parent doesn’t have to be this way and there’s no need to do it alone. Mountain Students wants to partner with parents to help parents raise up students that have an authentic faith of their own.

There are lots of ways to engage – from joining a community with other parents, utilizing resources that speak into tough situations, and partnering with volunteers as they engage with students (Students Groups Leaders are the best!). Check out the resources below and don’t hesitate to connect as we partner together to help your student develop an authentic faith of their own.


  • Students Groups Leader – By far, the best way to partner together is through working with a Group Leader. They are trained, equipped, and encouraged to help your student develop an authentic faith. Join a Students Group today by clicking one of the following links. Middle School | High School 
  • Students Staff – In addition to the team of awesome volunteers, the Mountain Students Staff Team is available as a resource for you to talk with, equip, and encourage you in this journey. Email them here. 


Parents, folllow Mountain Students on social media for the latest and to stay connected with what we have planned!

Online Resources

  • Parent Cue Blog - A blog updated regularly to cue parents to make the most of the time that’s left.
  • Axis Culture Translator – Gain weekly insight into how pop culture, technology, and media are influencing middle and high schoolers through an email newsletter.
  • Fuller Youth Institute - An organization that takes academic research and helps make it practical for parents.
  • Mental Health Resources Guide - A collection of curated resources to help your student with their mental health from the Mountain Students Team including counseling referrals.
  • Sexual Integrity Resources Guide - A collection of curated resources to help your student develop sexual integrity including a previous teaching series from the Mountain Students Team.
  • Technology Resources Guide- A collection of curated resources to help your student develop healthy relationships with technology and includes some practices for your whole family.

Books and Podcasts

  • Phase Guides Phase Guide Website | Amazon
  • Parenting Beyond Your CapacityAmazon | Orange (also available wherever books are sold)
  • Don't Miss ItAmazon | Orange (also available wherever books are sold)
  • The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family - Amazon | Fuller Youth Institute (also available wherever books are sold)
  • Habits of the Household- Amazon | Book Site (also available wherever books are sold)
  • Parent Cue Live Podcast - Website (available wherever you listen to podcasts)
  • Smart Family Podcast - Website (available wherever you listen to podcasts)

Looking for more information or have any questions? Contact the Students Team at

Students Events

Students Next Level Track

October 6 + 7 | Want to take your faith to the next level? Meet Next Level, a three-week, high-challenge track to further grow your faith and take it to the next level.


Students Calendars

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Students Groups

Fall-Spring | Real conversations. Life-long friendships. Adult leaders who truly care. Join a students group today!


Students | Winter Summit

February 23-25 | Register your Middle School and High School Students for the Winter Summit!


Students GO Trips 

Students GO Trips are here! Check out the 2024 trip options to apply for an upcoming trip during spring break.