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Adventist Youth Society Principles

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What is youth ministry? how did it all start? what are the principles
of the society? Youth ministry is that the work of the church that is conducted for, with, and by young people. 1879
Hazelton Michigan

First young poeple's society
by Luther Warren & Harry Fenner 1891
Antigo, Wisconsin

Meade Macguire organized
another young people's
society 1893
College View, Nebraska

Milton E. Kern organized the Young
People's Society of Christian
Service. 1894
South Dakota

Luther Warren organized
Sunshine Bands 1901
General Conference

Flora Plummer, head of SSD,
took the responsibility for
young people societies; growth
exploded. 1907
Gland, Switzerland

Seventh-day Adventist Young People's Society of Missionary Volunteers was organized as a GC department with M. E. Kern as head.
Standard of Attainment as forerunner for Progressive Classes.
Morning Watch as curriculum for youth. 1909

Formation of Junior
Missionary Societies 1912
Philippines

Missionary Volunteer Societies
in Philippine Islands. 1919
Tennessee

Arthur Spalding formed the Mission Scouts 1921-1922

JMV Pledge, Law, and basic ideas of Pathfinder Clubs by Harriet Holt & Arthur Spalding
Friend, Companion, Regular Comrade, Master Comrade classes started. 1928

Vocational Merits [1st 16] - now Pathfinder Honors
'Pathfinder' word was coined at 1st Youth Camp at San Gabriel.
1st SDA Youth Congress
GC MV Department 1930

4 Pre-JMV classes introduced 1946

Pathfinder Club emblem by
John H. Hancock 1948

"Pathfinders" song by
Henry T. Bergh 1950-1951

GC authorized JMV Pathfinder Clubs
Comrade to Guide, Master Comrade to Master Guide
Vocational Merits to Pathfinder Honors 1952

"Pathfinders" song was copyrighted and added the omitted word, 'kindness'. 1953

MV Legion of Honor & Volunteer Code was introduced.
Pathfinder growth spurted. Camporee was born. 2013 LEADERSHIP TRAINING and STRATEGIC PLANNING 1954

MV Voice of Youth was adopted 1956

MG was divided into Junior Youth
Leadership
and Senior Youth Leadership
Explorer class was added. 1958

Advanced JMV classes were introduced:
> Trail Friend
> Pioneer Explorer
> Frontier Companion
> Wilderness Guide
Silver Award was initiated. 1959

Gold Award introduced.
Single color for all Pathfinder
neckerchief 1965

Eager Beaver program began. 1966

Pioneer class was added. 1970

Pioneer class was changed into Ranger 1976

Master Awards were introduced. 1979

MV was changed into Adventist Youth.
JMV was changed into Adventist Junior Youth.
Adventurers began. 1980

MV honors was changed into Adventist Youth honors.
New AY logo was developed. 1979

MV world emblem was changed into
Pathfinder World emblem.
Voyager class and its advanced level were added. 1989

Adventurer logo and world emblem designed. 1995

Youth Ministries was reorganized as a General
Conference Department. The ideals of the Adventist Youth are best expressed in the Aim, Motto, Pledge, and Law, as well as in the objective and purpose for an Adentist youth organization in the church. What is the mission of the Adventist Youth Ministry? Salvation and Service to save from sin. to train them to serve others: > for other adventist youth. > for the church > for youth not of our faith AIM The Advent message to all the world in my generation MOTTO 2 Corinthians 5 : 14 the LOVE of Christ constrains me. PLEDGE Loving the Lord Jesus, I promise to take an active part in the work of the Adventist Youth Society,
doing what i can to help others, and to finish the work of the gospel in all the world. The Adventurer Club is designed to strengthen parent-child relationships for kids ages 6-9 by providing specialized weekly activities tuned into the psychological needs of this age group while simultaneously giving parents opportunities for learning parenting skills and enjoying special activities with their children. The Pathfinder Club is a church-centered spiritual recreational-activity program designed for young people 10-15 years of age. Enlarging their windows on the world and building a relationship with God are the dual objectives of this club, which is designed for children ages 10-15. With nearly 2 million members around the world, this Seventh-day Adventist Church-sponsored club accepts any youth who promises to abide by the Pathfinder Pledge and Law regardless of their church affiliation. The Master Guide is the expert, the advisor, the promoter, for Adventurers, Pathfinders, Ambassadors, Youth Emergency Service Corp and Youth. As such, MG is NOT a Pathfinder Program, it is a Youth Ministry Leadership Program. This continues to be the highest level of leadership within the Adventurer/ Pathfinder programs of the church. It focuses on one’s personal spiritual life and growth first and foremost. General leadership skills are then woven into the sharpening of those skills, which are specifically geared to leading youth in God-ordained areas of development: understanding God’s world of nature, outreach ministry, service to others and a life-style that denotes healthy living. Pathfinder Leadership Award (PLA) The purpose of this level of continuing education is to 1) continue equipping leaders for a sharper Pathfinder ministry, and 2) enable those who are finding themselves removed from reality to keep pace. Again, there is a refocus on personal spiritual growth, which must be a never-ending upward path. Advanced Pathfinder Leadership Award (APLA) (Pathfinder Instructor Award– PIA) This level is heavy on training the trainers– Area Coordinators and others who will be involved in helping local club leadership be as focused and sharp as possible. Persons who attempt this level must be approved by the local conference/field youth department, which would imply that these persons are already living exemplary Seventh-day Adventist Christian lives. They qualify as true role models in their daily living, in leadership and in all Pathfinder-related skills. The skills learned during this level of continuing education will enable the candidate to clearly present the very best of knowledge in the very best of ways so that club leadership will gain the maximum benefit-- implying, therefore, that the children receiving the actual development process might truly become the very best youth in the world. It should be true indeed at every investiture that “these symbols presented represent the very highest ideals of the Seventh-day Adventist Church for its youth.” The Ambassador Club exists primarily to provide Senior Youth with an organized structured system that will promote active involvement of its membership in their church (local and global) as well as their community while providing them with opportunities to discover their God-given talents and life vocation. AMiCUS (Adventist Ministry to College and University Students) seeks to meet the spiritual, intellectual, and social needs of Seventh-day Adventist students on secular campuses worldwide. In cooperation with leaders at various church levels, it aims to achieve these goals by strengthening the faith commitment of these students to Seventh-day Adventist beliefs and values, providing opportunities for Christian fellowship, preparing students to deal with the intellectual challenges that arise in a secular environment, developing their leadership abilities, and training them for outreach and witnessing on the campus, in the community, and in the world at large. As one church leader of the past put it so simply: “You can’t teach what you don’t know, and you can’t lead where you won’t go.” As leaders we must not only be good at spouting theory if we expect to see success with our youth ministry; we must live what we preach and demonstrate it. Adventist Youth News Network is an adapted program from the international Adventist News Network. Description
This Sabbath Afternoon segment in Iligan City Central Church is a metamorphosis of Secretary's report with widened additional information of local and international Adventist progress, upcoming events, and Ministry promotion, utilizing youth in exercising God-given talent in Broadcasting, Journalism, Public Speaking, Technical Assistance, and Video editing.
Up to date, AYNN now features its Livestreaming at www.icsdacc.wix.com/aynn. We are currently upgrading knowledge through seminars and workshops,as equipments. You may also have this idea in your local church. Contact us. We are willing to share God's Blessing. "'Higher than the highest human thought can reach is God's ideal for His children. "

-Education p18 by: C.K.B
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