March 12, 2019
“Rejoice in our confident hope. Be patient in trouble, and keep on praying.”
Young People Participate in
Tongan Congregation Inauguration
The recently formed Tala Ki Mamani (“Tell the World”) church in Salt Lake City, Utah, invited young people to help celebrate the church’s inaugural ceremony last October. “My greatest joy was seeing Christian young people actively involved in singing and sharing the love of Jesus Christ,” said Elder Leon Brown, president of the Nevada-Utah Conference. This congregation makes a point to reach out to young people. Through hosting youth and Pathfinder programs, they are finding engaging ways to involve their youth in the church. This church family is excited to tell the world (and tell young people) about God’s love!
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Provo Church ACS Center
Helps Build Community
In Provo, Utah, the Adventist Community Services Center is used on a weekly basis by approximately 700 members of the community, including The American Red Cross, the Utah Valley Symphony, and the Utah Valley Handbell Choir. The ACS Center provides use of the facility to groups for free, and the donations the center receives are used to fund the ACS disaster response efforts and to meet other needs! Every Sabbath, the Provo congregation welcomes guests whose use of the center spark an interest in visiting. This church’s connection to the community through their ACS Center is one small way that they are living God’s love.
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Western Prayer Circle
Flooding in areas across the Pacific Southwest has damaged buildings and threatened homes. Today we invite you to pray for the families affected by the rains, flooding, and mudslides across California.
P.S. Did You Know?
According to the Salt Lake Tribune analysis of the 2010 US census data, one of every four Tongans living in the United States resides in Utah.