The YOUTH & CHILDREN'S MINISTRIES DEPARTMENT (AECYCM) Department exists to train, equip and develop leaders to effectively implement ministries that will nurture, hold, train, lead and win our children and youth to Jesus Christ.
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The mission of the Adventurer Club ministry is to serve an intercultural community of children from pre-kindergarten through fourth grade and their parents or guardians and assist Adventurer families in growing as followers of Jesus.
Pathfinders are a worldwide organization of young people sponsored by Seventh-day Adventist Church, though young people of any religious persuasion, or none at all, are welcome and encouraged to join the organization.
The Master Guide (MG) curriculum is one of the leadership programs that the General Conference Youth Ministries Department uses to train people for youth leadership. It is the Ph.D. of youth ministry in the field.
Children's Ministries is about developing the faith of children ages birth to 14. While Sabbath School provides for religious education once a week, Children's Ministries looks at the whole child and seeks to provide multiple ministries that will lead children to Jesus and disciple them in their daily walk with Him.
Adventist Youth Ministry is a specialized ministry of the church that seeks to address the particular needs of young people in their own environment and respond to them as they are, and to incorporate them into the fellowship of the church - a caring Christian community.
Campus Ministries also known as Adventist Ministry to College and University Students (AMiCUS) seeks to meet the spiritual, intellectual and social needs of Seventh-day Adventist students on secular campuses.
Our goal at Camp Davis is to provide a safe environment for campers that will make a difference in their lives today and for eternity. We believe Camp Davis builds confidence in tomorrow's leaders. Our Christ-centered programming allows campers to set realistic goals and gives them the opportunity to experience success.
National Service Organization NSO, is part of the North American Division Chaplaincy office of the Seventh-day Adventist church and exists to support and provide resources to Seventh-day Adventist men and women serving the United States in the military.
iServe is a part of youth ministry where young people are encouraged to serve in their communities through various projects: