Youth Host Week of Prayer

Roswell Sees Potential for God’s Service In Their Youth
October 19, 2018

ROSWELL, N.M. – The Pathfinder and Adventurer Clubs at the Roswell English Seventh-day Adventist Church demonstrated their passion for Christ and leadership abilities during a Spring week of prayer. From March 17-24, the youth presented a nightly devotional message and on closing day, they led the Sabbath morning worship service. Throughout the week, the youth spoke about young leaders found in the Bible such as Samuel, Joseph, David and Mary, the mother of Jesus. They told these stories to remind the members that although we do not always understand God’s ways, He has a purpose and a plan for us. He is in control and is with us every step of the way.

Over the last year, the Roswell English Pathfinder and Adventurer Clubs have been involved in various activities including participating in an ongoing food drive. The food drive supplies monthly deliveries to Harvest Ministries, a non-profit organization which provides meals to the homeless. The clubs also participated in a donation drive for The Roswell Refuge which benefits women and children in crisis. Last Christmas, the clubs sent shoeboxes filled with gifts to children in need overseas through a project called “Operation Christmas Child.” The clubs are also participating in a Revelation prophecy Bible study with Roswell church elders, Tom and Sherryl Jordan.

The Roswell English church is proud to have such a dedicated, Christ-centered group of young people.

By Dora Y. Paz