Did you know that some of the most well-known Christian revivals of history all started with one or two believers sitting down and seriously reading the Bible for themselves, taking to heart what the words told them to do, and then doing them? Martin Luther, John Wesley, George Whitefield, and Charles Finney were all ordinary men like us. The difference was that they lived their lives with a holy dissatisfaction, cracked open God’s word, finally connected the dots, and saw God for who he really is. Their response to God has gone on to impact world events to the present day.


Why Me Ministries , in partnership with CCF International, will launch a series of Bible study. We are excited to introduce a unique four-step process of studying scripture. The study starts with daily devotion on reading a Bible passage and answering questions on a worksheet. Unlike other studies that encourage cross-referencing and research, we encourage you to first read and meditate on the word of God. Next, you meet with others in our weekly meetings for group discussion and listen to a teaching full of life applications. After the meeting, you will be given comprehensive notes that flesh out the historical and theological background of the assigned verses. By the end of this process, you will have read, discussed, or heard about the same Bible passage four times. It will be deeply imbedded into your spirit.


The goal is not merely for you to increase your Bible knowledge, but for you to truly get to know God and know yourself. With this kind of knowing, we are confident that your daily life and outlook will be transformed.

The Children’s Ministry at Why Me Ministries introduces God’s word to children’s 3-12 years old because we believe it is the best foundation on which to build a person’s life. Our teachers methodically go through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation chronologically in three-year increments: from Genesis to Esther in Year 1; Job to Malachi in Year 2; and Matthew to Revelation in Year 3. We repeat this order of covering Scripture for the next three years, adjusting the course to be age appropriate.


Our children’s ministry is held during Saturday morning in-person meetings. When the children outgrow the lessons for this age group, they are encouraged to join our on-line midweek teen Bible study.


A typical class starts with group games to build relationships with one another; then worship songs that teach them about God; a Bible story that highlights what they have been reading at home during the week; a corresponding Bible verse to memorize; and a craft that helps them remember kinetically Bible truth.


Towards the end of the school year, we give young children the framework for understanding God’s word through memorizing the basic tenets of Christianity. This is done through focusing on core facts of our faith each week, with facts to memorize and crafts. This concludes with a jeopardy-style game at the end of the study to test their knowledge.


Proverbs 22:6‬

“Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.”

The Youth Ministry at Why Me Ministries wants to equip the next generation of believers from 13 to 18 to share the gospel; to take a stand for their faith in the world; and to know their identity in Christ, so they can live a purposeful life. After laying the foundation for students to love the Lord in their preteen years, we equip teens to apply what they have learned to their lives. We study in-depth some of the core books of the Bible in six years: Genesis, Exodus, Matthew, Book of Acts, Letters of Paul/Apostles, Romans and Hebrews.


A typical online class starts with worship, then a short message to highlight Biblical truth and spiritual principles; a discussion time to share answers to worksheet questions and a time of prayer to intercede for one another. More than a Bible study, WMM classes are a means to disciple teens and to help them prioritize their relationship with God as the best way to think and live.


During summer, our teens continue their training through reading biographies of contemporary Christians; speed-reading through the Bible; and an apologetics study of Bible origins and history.


Psalm 34:10

“The young lions suffer want and hunger; but those who seek the Lord lack no good thing.”

Who are you? What defines you? Where lies your hope? Are you living life trying to be or for someone else? Are you trying to fit in shoes that are not yours to wear? Do you long for an abundant life full of hope and freedom?


We are surrounded by voices and influencers that define who we are and how we ought to live. But do you know how your Maker sees you and dreams for you? At the end of the day, we all need to decide for ourselves.


Our Campus Ministry helps you answer your existential questions as you navigate a complex world and personal challenges: the stress of life, fractured families, personal identity, and broken dreams. We provide one-on-one counseling to help find healing and host weekly group sessions to search for answers in the scriptures theologically and practically. Our telos is for your flourishment and restoration, living life with purpose, freedom, hope, and a future as your Maker has willed for you.



Jeremiah 29:11

“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope. Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me, and I will hear you.”