youth - search results
If you're not happy with the results, please do another search
Despite restrictions and setbacks, the Fiji Mission has celebrated a fruitful harvest of its young people.
A new kind of Adventist church is thriving in Melbourne, one that is tailored to attract young adults and faith-seekers.
Broadcast by Hope Channel Fiji, each video is receiving between 10 to 20 thousand views, resulting in unprecedented phone calls and interest in Bible studies.
For international students unable to afford flights to return home, receive government support or find employment in a struggling economy, the food is hugely appreciated.
With new episodes every Monday to Thursday, the "An Apple A Day" podcast was created to keep youth connected to Jesus and each other during social isolation.
"A lot of people were really challenged to simplify their life so they can spend time to hear and connect with God," said first-time attendee Lucy Dessington.
Inspired to reach the community of Melbourne, AYC attendees connected with more than 105 people interested in Bible studies and health talks.
South Pacific Division youth ministries director Dr Nick Kross, and pastor and evangelist Rome Ulia, were guest speakers for the congress.
A collaboration between Canberra National and South Canberra Adventist churches is setting the course for a bright future in the ACT.
Shred It is an annual ministry that brings together youth from Sydney and the South New South Wales conferences for a weekend of skiing, snowboarding and worship.