SAN ANTONIO – The annual camp meeting in the San Antonio area this past April focused on Growing Young and the importance of embracing younger generations as part of church leadership and programming. The event started on a Friday evening at the San Antonio Spanish Durango Seventh-day Adventist Church. Justin Yang shared his testimony following his arrival to the Atlanta Korean Seventh-day Adventist Church in Georgia. Throughout the years, the culture changed. It is now a thriving multi-generational church.
Jose Cortes, Jr. was the speaker for the Sabbath services at the New Creation Christian Fellowship in Windcrest, Texas. He encouraged attendees to be open-minded, welcoming people of all ages to their churches.
A special part of the day was a forum discussion with Chuck Woods, left, Emmanuel Machamire, Ashley Burk, Alondra Arroyo and Randy Terry (not pictured) facilitated by Justin Yang.
Find more information on Growing Young at GrowingYoungAdventists.com.
By Robin Lopez