Legacy Club

Webster Dictionary says Legacy is "something handed down from one who has gone before.”


Our Mission: to equip next generation leaders through training in evangelism, discipleship, outreach and missions.


Our Vision: To equip the next generation of leaders in the areas of ethics and morality and teaching them lessons in leadership, character and integrity from a Christian perspective.


Our Vision 2: is to see our trained leaders take on future roles of leadership and skillfully handle their faith in Jesus Christ and Scripture leaving a legacy wherever they go.


Where do we form Legacy Clubs?

The majority of Legacy clubs are formed in our public high schools. We also have clubs in private schools. Students that take on leadership form these clubs. Each school has a sponsor schoolteacher that helps organize and form the leadership team.


When do they meet?
There is a call to anyone who answers to be a leader in his or her school. They are interviewed and given the rules of leadership.
This leadership meets at least twice a month to study the Scriptures. These meeting can take place during school hours or after school. Once a month this leadership group organizes an outreach meeting for all other club members during club day.


Where do the clubs meet?
In school during club day. Sometimes after school in the sponsors room. At night at someone’s home.


What kind of things do we teach in our meetings?
Our meetings center around major themes found in the Bible, the inspired Word of God. The life and teachings of the Son of God, Jesus Christ, major doctrines, the character and attributes of God, how to love God and how to love other people, and salvation so our sins can be forgiven. We study the Bible in school!


What do the outreach meetings look like?
These meetings focus is to reach other students for Christ. Some meetings have student worship bands, student led with testimonies and messages from the students. Occasionally we would bring in a special speaker. The things that the leaders have learned they put into practice.


Some final thoughts on leaving a Legacy.
“Our days are numbered. One of the primary goals in our lives should be to prepare for our last day. The legacy we leave is not just in our possessions, but also in the quality of our lives. What preparations should we be making now? The greatest waste in all of our earth, which cannot be recycled or reclaimed, is our waste of the time that God has given us each day.”
Billy Graham quote

Zenon Andrusyshyn
2823 Lake Saxon Dr.
Land O Lakes, Florida, 34639
Off. 813.235.6219, fax: 813.235.6219, cell 813.220.6383