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The story of the Adventist Youth Society, now titled Young Adults (YA), began over 125 years ago along a dusty country lane in Michigan with two young boys kneeling in prayer. Today that dusty lane has become a world-wide web of highways that links over 10 million Seventh-day Adventist young people in nearly every political entity on every continent of the globe. This story comes in every hue of the rainbow; it is filled with extremes of exhilaration and mountaintop experiences, as well as deep sadness and unfulfilled dreams. This is the story of God’s leading a fascinating army down through the battles of the great over arching conflict that is life as we know it now.

Essential Downloads

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Resource ManualspdfGC download link page
Programme PlannerspdfGC download link page
Programming IdeaspdfGC doawnload link page
Outreach MissionpdfGC download link page

Download essential resources to assist you in your Youth ministries. Download information on Outreach Mission, Programming Ideas, programme planners & various resource manuals. If you cannot find a resource you need, please get in touch with us using the details on the contact us page.

Mission, Aim, Motto, and Pledge

The salvation of youth through Jesus Christ. We understand youth ministry to be that work of the church

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The Ambassador Club is not intended as a replacement of, but instead, will strengthen.....

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Global Youth Day

Global Youth Day is approaching very quickly (19 March 2022) what are you planning to do? Please share your ideas as you might be able to help somebody else.

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Mission Projects

The Adventist Church is built on mission. Our commission comes from Christ, who told us to “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation” Mark 16:15 NIV

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Senior Youth Leadership

In response to the growing need of leaders, the loss of ambassadors and young adults, the wave of technology and the focus on the Local Church.

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