NCC Girls4God Group Helps Young Women Grow – January 29th, 2019

 

 

Good morning!

Jan. 29, 2019

 

 


“Do to others as you would like them to do to you.” -Luke 6:31


NCC Girls4God Group
Helps Young Women Grow

In 2011, Northern California Conference Young Women’s Ministries started a group called Girls4God. The group gives teen girls a place to be themselves and discuss important faith-topics. The group mentors give the girls opportunities to speak on panels and organize special Sabbath programs—training them as future women’s ministry leaders. Most importantly, this group provides a space where girls are encouraged to see their
potential and learn about God’s love for them.

 

 

 

Participants of Girls4God at the annual recognition banquet.

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Medical Student Volunteers
at Children’s Chinese Sabbath School Class

Third-year Loma Linda University medical student WayAnne Watson discovered her love for working with children during her pediatrics rotation. Following her rotation,
WayAnne decided to volunteer at the Loma Linda Chinese SDA Church children’s Sabbath School class. Through volunteering, she can both work with kids and also practice her Mandarin!

 

 

 

WayAnne Watson volunteers in the children’s Sabbath School class at the Chinese SDA Church in Loma Linda, Calif.

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Western Prayer Circle

Today we invite you to pray for Women’s Ministries in our conferences across the Pacific Union. Lift the leaders up in prayer and ask God to bless their work in ministering to women.


 

 

 

Stories of Faith

Stories of Faith is a video project of the Pacific Union Conference Church Support Services department with the purpose of telling the stories of individual members and churches involved in impactful ministry. Watch episodes on their Vimeo channel via the link below.

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P.S. Did You Know?

Volunteerism improves health by strengthening the body, improving mood, and lessening stress in participants.

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Article reprint from Adventistfaith.com on January 2019

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