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Adventist Church in Jamaica Launches Initiative Help Young People Engage in Service

With the goal of sharing positive values, and encouraging spiritual devotion and transformation, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica through its youth department launched its first mobile clinic dubbed HYPE, or Helping Young People Engage.

HYPE is the coming together of Adventist young people, pooling their resources to serve God and humanity.

Speaking at the launch, which took place on Jan. 31, 2019, at the Grants Pen Peace Park in St. Andrew, Pastor Everett Brown president of the church in Jamaica, challenged the gathering and the nation to invest in the education of our young people.

Pastor Everett Brown, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica delivers the main address during the launch o HYPE at the Grants Pen Peace Park on Jan. 31, 2019. Photo by Nigel Coke

“A nation, a church’s greatest asset lies in its people,” said, Brown. “When people come together and pool resources there is no limit to what can be achieved. We need to invest in our human resource. Investment in the education of young people will reap great dividends for our church and nation.”

Helping young people engage is no hype

Pastor Brown posited that the launch of the mobile clinic is an idea whose time has come, and fits perfectly with the overall worldview and philosophy of the Adventist church.

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