Northwest Youth & Young Adults are becoming soul winners!

Check out these encouraging news notes about young soul winners in the northwest-

a. Portland, OR metro area, this summer-“Youth for Jesus,” a 5 ½ week program operated by Mission College of Evangelism, gets academy-aged youth directly involved in evangelism, showing them how to present Bible studies and put on an evangelistic meeting. More info- Justin Howard at justin@mission-college.org or (503) 985-7797

b. Vancouver, WA, September 6-October 8, 2005- Andrews University Field School of Evangelism, led by NPUC evangelistic team Jac & ‘dena Colon, is designed for young pastors and laymen (older ones can be involved, too!) who want to learn soul winning skills by working with an experienced Adventist evangelist during a series of meetings. More info- Tom Lemon at Tom.Lemon@oc.npuc.org or Russell Burrill at russellburrill@cs.com

c. Battleground, WA- Twenty five current students have been Week of Prayer speakers at some time during their academy years according to a recent survey. Weeks of Prayer, with proper preparation and follow up, play an important part in a school’s soul winning plan. More info- Chaplain Matthew Butte at buttma@caasda.org

d. Wenatchee, WA- Last spring forty students at Cascade Christian Academy conducted an evangelistic series using the New Beginnings DVDs. The experience was so good that they decided to conduct a similar series last fall in the Leavenworth community. More info- Chaplain Ernie Reynolds at ereynolds@ccawenatchee.org

e. Northwest & Around the world- “The Elijah Project” is a collaborative effort of ASI with three world church offices and departments: the Center for Global Evangelism, Personal Ministries/Sabbath School, and the Youth department. Over the next year and a half, nearly 19,900 “Voice of Youth” campaigns, or evangelism series, held by young people, are planned in the church’s 13 world regions as part of the Elijah Project. “When young people preach the Adventist message, they remain in the Seventh-day Adventist Church — when we entrust them with the message,” Mark Finley, director of the church’s Center for Global Evangelism, told church leaders April 13 at Spring Meeting, one of the church’s two annual business meetings. More info- http://news.adventist.org/data/2005/03/1113917513/index.html.en

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