Adventist Youth Society

 AYS Stewardship Reading-

BOOK: Lerato and Her Money Questions

 

The Youth Ministry (AYS, Pathfinders etc.) works with teens and young adults, helping them foster a love for service and leadership in the church, and in the community. 

 

Calendar for upcoming MOVIES, COOKING CLASS DATES, PROGRAMS and RECIPES will soon be showcased here.


RECENT PROGRAMS:

Career Day 5/14/22

 

Is Virtual Church Possible? BTM Ministries- 5/7/22 

 

 

AYS NO BAKE COOKING CLASS RECIPES- 4/28/22

 

 

 


RESOURCES

 

The Objective of Young Adults Ministry

“To save from sin and guide into service:” this true and only motive, so complete and impressive, was adopted during the 1926 General Conference session.  To obtain the salvation of the youth it is necessary to give them every possible opportunity to participate in all Adventist youth activities.  By keeping youth actively preparing for more efficient service, they are protected from evil.  It is necessary to place them in some activity as soon as they are ready.  “Seeking the good of others is the way in which true happiness can be found” (Counsels on Stewardship, p. 24).  The enemy will not prevail against youth who are actively engaged in the things of God.

That the youth may work for:

  • Other youth
  • Their church
  • Their fellow men

This triple purpose that God has outlined for His youth is really the second part of the objective presented in a practical sense: “guide into service.”  From the time youth missionary work first began, this triple purpose has been put into practice.  The goal is to save each Adventist youth who faces the battle against sin, striving to rescue more and more souls for the kingdom of God.  In 1947 the dynamic slogan “Share your Faith” brought new emphasis to soul-winning around the world.