The Welcome Team wins when they make students feel known, cared for, and liked. Our welcome team has an important role: you are the FIRST PEOPLE students meet when they arrive & the LAST PEOPLE they see before they leave.
Hosts win when they make students excited to be at Fuse or Merge. It’s the host’s job to serve as an emotional guide for the service. The host should be welcoming, encouraging, and excited to be a part of Fuse/Merge.
Teachers win when they have shared the message in a clear, concise, and compelling way. Teachers “set the table” for Small Group Leaders to facilitate discussion with their small groups. They receive a Big Idea, Scripture, and Goal statement from staff to develop a clear, concise, and compelling message that points to Jesus.
The Service Director wins when they unify the program team to create a transformative experience for students. The Service Director wins when they have unified & set up the program team, volunteer leaders, and staff during weekly programming.
Fuse High School Apprentice Team
High School Apprentices win when they model a growing and vibrant relationship with Jesus. Fuse High School Apprentices help middle school students see what it looks like to have a dynamic, intimate relationship with Jesus. They practice spiritual disciplines (Bible Study, prayer, fellowship) for themselves and are the closest, most relatable model for students to look to.
Small Group Leaders
Small Group Leaders win when they build trust, build community, and build faith in students’ lives. Small Group Leaders are the glue between a student and their relationship with Jesus. They consistently show up in the lives of students and point them to their next step with Jesus.
Coaches win when they engage, encourage, and equip Small Group Leaders to disciple students. Coaches provide care for Small Group Leaders as well as feedback, so they can disciple students.