The history of the Seventh-day Adventist church is replete with evidence of youth being in the forefront of the mission activities of the Advent Movement.
Our pioneers were young when they zealously, proclaimed the second coming of Jesus Christ. The history of the youth department also attests to two youth in their teens-Luther Warren and Harry Fenner; after seeking for God’s guidance, initiated a vibrant youth movement in 1879.
“Let the youth remember that here they are to build characters for eternity, and that God requires them to do their best. Let those older in experience watch over the younger ones; and when they see them tempted, take them aside, and pray with them and for them.” ― Ellen G. White, Messages to Young People, p. 19.
Each Adventist youth a candidate for the kingdom of heaven. Seventh-day Adventist children and youth fulfilling the Gospel Commission in the Bangalore Metro Conference territory in accordance with Matthew 28:19-20 and Revelation 14:6-12 and the Aim of the youth ministries department.
To lead Young People into a saving relationship with Jesus Christ and help them embrace His call to Discipleship.
The purpose of the Youth Ministries Department is to guide the youth into having a saving relationship with Jesus Christ, and to develop constantly into disciples, which will be reflected in a life of service in the church and in the community.
We strive to conduct programs that empower the youth for the adequate environment for the development of all the potential faculties in each child and in each youth who are under the leadership of the youth department. We want to make sure that the work and effort put forth result in men and women who are faithful to God, true to their principles, who serve the church and who each in turn will be an influence and blessing to others.