The Youth Ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church was born with the purpose of working on its teens and young people Christian philosophy of salvation and service on behalf of themselves and their neighbors. The Youth Ministry has various activities and programs such as the campaign of blood donation called Life for Lives and youth evangelism during the holiday period called Caleb Mission. Within the Youth Ministry, there is a specific area for University, with specific actions for those pursuing higher education. Clubs or youth society gather an audience aged between 16 and 35 years old.
Adventists hold two full activity programs geared to children and adolescents. One is the Adventurers Club, aimed at kids (boys and girls) between 6 and 9 years old, and the other is the Pathfinder Club, aimed at teens 10-15 years old. In these clubs, participants learn about the environment, civic duties, family values, healthy habits on biblical content, among other areas. Often they participate in camps where aspects of sociability are developed.
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