Jesus came to offer people an "abundant life." John 10:10
The Youth Ministries department seeks to assist young people in discovering who Jesus is and why serving him is the best choice. Through a variety of activities you can be involved in building your relationship with Jesus, learning more about what it means to follow Him, and sharing His love with others.
How do we shine the bright light of Jesus into the pit of darkness which envelopes our world? Join our speaker for this week, Reggie Richardson, as we explore how to live as a light on behalf of the Kingdom of God. Check out facebook.com/ocyouthtent
We also have fun activities planned every afternoon. Learn more on our camp meeting youth page.
Washington Family Ranch
This annual event is not to be missed. More details and the necessary forms will be posted here as we get closer to the event.
The Pathfinder program is a Christian organization for young people grades 5 – 12. Today, there are more than two million Pathfinders worldwide. Youth learn to share and care about others as they become involved in community service projects and go on short-term mission trips.
At a Pathfinder Club meeting, young people learn skills that help them to become leaders within their communities, schools and churches. Skills in household arts, crafts and hobbies, health science, nature, outreach, recreation and vocation are taught. There are many different areas, in which a youth has opportunity to serve, such as: dental, medical, optical, building projects, cleaning up a community or helping with Vacation Bible Schools.
Though Pathfinders is an organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, one need not be a church member to become a Pathfinder. Youth can feel proud of belonging to a group that encourages and helps them to be the most caring people they can possibly become.
You can view Pathfinder events on the Oregon Conference calendar. Use the filter option and choose "Pathfinders."
View updated sections of the Oregon Pathfinder Handbook below in PDF format. In the lower left corner of each page you will find the revision date. Compare it to your handbook to verify you have the most up-to-date file.
A four-year course designed to include all aspects of Pathfinder club management, programming, operations, and encourage teens to explore and develop their talents in leadership, planning and social skills. Visit the TLT website
The program gives the TLT an opportunity to experience Pathfinder leadership under adult supervision. There are six major areas the program concentrates on for training. These include: Administrative, Finance/Clerical, Camping/ Activities, Outreach, Counseling and AY Classwork Levels/Honors. Within each of these operations are several service areas that must be completed. Some clubs, due to size or location, will not require completion of all items under each section.
The Teen Leadership Training (TLT) program is designed to address adolescent developmental needs and promote leadership skills, enabling and empowering teens to become full partners in the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church with Pathfinder adult leadership in a “shared service experience” of the Pathfinder ministry in the North American Division.
“Loving the Lord Jesus Christ, I promise to take an active part in the work of the Teen Leadership Training program, doing what I can to help others and to finish the work of the gospel in all the world.”