Holbrook Indian School Takes the Classroom Outdoors – January 10th, 2019

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Jan. 10, 2019



“Pray without ceasing.” -1 Thessalonians 5:17

Holbrook Indian School
Takes the Classroom Outdoors

Last fall, students from Holbrook Indian School spent a week full of adventure camping in Zion National Park. Outdoor classes included hiking, identifying edible plants, studying the Navajo Language, learning water analysis in the rivers, birding, and the most anticipated, canyoneering. “Outdoor school made me face my fear of heights by canyoneering and hiking Angel’s Landing,” said Davarena, a 12th-grade student at HIS. “It gave me confidence to try something new even when I’m afraid.”


The school looks forward to the next opportunity to take learning outside! Click below to learn more about HIS.

Holbrook Indian School

A Father’s Journey
from VBS to Baptism

When Camilo’s children and wife were invited by a friend to attend VBS at the Aiea SDA Church, he decided to occasionally start attending the church services. He noted how excited his children were when they came home from Sabbath school—wanting to share all they were learning about Jesus. After weeks of attending, Camilo decided to give his life to Christ. The kindness, fellowship, and spiritual encouragement he received from his church family were what made the difference.



Camilo Castano and his wife embrace following his baptism.

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Aiea SDA Church



Western Prayer Circle

This week we invite you to pray for the prayer ministry coordinators across the Pacific Southwest. Ask God to bless them in their roles as they facilitate the groups who lift members’ needs up in prayer every week.

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Approximately eight out of every 100 people living in the Navajo Nation have
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