PATHFINDERS THANK GOD

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Young people who attended Pathfinder Camporees in Queensland and Vanuatu this summer are thanking God for miracles.

Flash flooding occurred less than 24 hours after the Australian camporee closing events in Toowoomba Queensland. Three thousand 11-15 year old Pathfinders escaped the worst floods ever recorded in Queensland which have seen 8 people killed and more than 70 missing.

We did this for the children and in recognition for the value of our business relationship with the Adventist Church

Before they left Toowoomba, the Pathfinders gave almost $5000 to ADRA to support Queensland flood victims. After experiencing some minor flooding during the camporee, many Pathfinders wanted to make a contribution to those suffering from the disaster.

And in Fiji, 80 Pathfinders and counsellors are thanking God that their Air Pacific airline changed its timetable. If the airline had not changed the Port Vila flight until the close of the Trans Pacific camporee, the Pathfinders would have had to leave early, or be left stranded.

“We did this for the children and in recognition for the value of our business relationship with the Adventist Church” said Mr Josaia Rayawa, Manager of the Fiji and Pacific Islands office at Air Pacific.

Pathfinder camporees in Queensland, Vanuatu and the Cook Islands have been four years in the planning. Children returning home are praising God for His protection and for the opportunities at the camporee to give their lives over to His plans.

 
Many Pathfinders have given their lives to God [photo supplied].  
 
Camporee Pathfinders have survived and bonded through some of the worst flooding ever recorded in Queensland [photo supplied].  
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