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Fuel Student Ministry

Feeding teens' faith since 2016


Spring 2018 Schedule

The Navigate Series

The high school years are a time of increased anxiety and apprehension for many teens. With all the pressures of new and increasingly complicated roles, relationships, and responsibilities, sometimes it feels like the whole purpose of these formative years is just to survive them. Get through each day, week, month, and year and move on from them with as little lasting damage as possible, and it’s a win.

Do you wish you could better understand and prepare for these important years so that you can thrive in, not just survive them? Do you know what’s going on in your body, brain, and heart? Do you wish you were better equipped to navigate your way through this season of life? You’re not alone.

Teens, the leaders of Fuel Student Ministry feel your pain and we have a four-week series of presentations, discussions, and music lined up to help you better navigate the years of high school and beyond. Each of these sessions will explore life’s big questions in regards to identity, belonging, and purpose and seek to emphasize God’s remarkable answers to those age-old issues.

Fuel Student Ministry featuring The Navigate Series will run for four Sundays, April 22—May 13, from 6:00-8:00 pm at Urban Fuel Coffeehouse. For more info, check out www.fuelfdl.com.

April 22                   Featuring music by the Fuel Band

Discussion               David, what can we learn from his teen years? | Pastor Matt Guse

Presentation          Life's Journeys: With God as Your Guide | Shane Hansen, Christian Life Coach LLC

April 29                   Featuring music by the Fuel Band

Discussion              Joseph, what can we learn from his teen years? | Pastor Matt Kieker

Presentation          No More Drama! Solutions for Teen Stress | Sarah Reik, Christian Family Solutions

May 6                      Featuring music by Joey Schumann

Discussion               Esther, what can we learn from her teen years? | Pastor Aaron Odya

Presentation          Social Media & Teens | Ryanne Mallow, Christian Family Solutions

May 13                     Featuring music by the Fuel Band

Discussion              Mary, what can we learn from her teen years? | Principal Shawn Herkstroeter

Presentation          Staying Strong! Mind, Body, & Spirit | Chad Kollmann, TNT Fitness



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Ryanne Mallow

Ryanne joined Christian Family Solutions in 2016 as a Support Specialist. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Social Justice from the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh. She is currently attending the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee to earn her Master of Social Work degree with emphases in Trauma and Substance Abuse. Ryanne provides psychotherapy to children and adolescents with anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, self-esteem, and anger concerns. She is focused on building a relationship with each of her clients and finding their strengths to achieve positive results. 


Shane Hansen

Coach Shane is a disciple of Jesus Christ, a husband, a father, and an entrepreneur. He is an International Coach Federation (ICF) trained life coach and graduate of the Certified Professional Life Coach (CPLC) program through the Christian Coach Institute. He also holds a Bachelor’s Degree (BA) and Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA).  Coach Shane has a heart for helping men, families, and young adults in their earthly walks as they continue to grow and develop into the family, church, business, and community leaders that God is calling them to become. He does not teach about the Bible or religion as a trained Pastor or theologian would, but rather relates Christian principles to the everyday walk of earthly life, doing so from a layman’s perspective. Applying a Christian perspective to real life.


Sarah Reik

Sarah rejoined Christian Family Solutions in 2012. She received her BA in Psychology from Wisconsin Lutheran College and her MS in Counseling Psychology from UW-Madison.

Prior to rejoining Christian Family Solutions, Sarah owned a private counseling practice, and she has almost 20 years of experience counseling individuals, couples and families. Sarah also gives educational presentations. Sarah specializes in women’s issues, stress management, relationship issues, and financial counseling in the Germantown office.


Chad Kollmann

Chad has dedicated his life to providing others with intuitive exercise and fitness programs. Chad has received a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science and a Minor in Strength Training and Conditioning. He is also a certified specialist in Strength and Conditioning. In addition, he’s a BLAST to have out on the obstacle course with us, and is a huge hit with the groups given his expertise in working with teens during the summer in Athlete Camp.

Chad loves his Lord and is excited to share his passion for Jesus with the Fuel community.

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Located in Peebles, Urban Fuel is a favorite local gathering spot with a fun and stylish atmosphere.

Photos by Urban Fuel


Urban Fuel opened in March of 2015 and is located in the quiet village of Peebles.



(920) 933-5590



N7645 N Peebles Ln,

Fond du Lac, Wisconsin





7:00 am - 3:00 pm


7:00 am - 3:00 pm

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm


7:00 am - 3:00 pm



Each week at Fuel students begin and end the night with a time of song and musical meditation. The play list for each week of Fuel can be found here. Please listen through the songs so that you can sing along. (Note the versions of the songs we will sing at Fuel won't sound exactly like the recordings.)



Pastor Mark Parsons

Faith Lutheran Church