Juneau Youth Ask "MIQ"

The Juneau (Alaska) Church just completed "Most Important Questions" with Doug Batchelor. From Oct. 8–16, 2010, young people came to the Juneau Church each night for supper, fellowship and then study. "Most Important Questions" is a series of meetings just for youth, based on their most frequently asked questions, such as "Is There a God?," "Is the Bible True?," "How Did I Get Here?," "Can I Live Forever?," "Who Am I?," "What About My Body?," "What Is God's Will For My Life?," "What About My Relationships?," "How Can I Have Purity, Peace and Power?" and "Who Needs a Church?" The meetings were shown four hours after the live broadcast, so participants were able to submit text questions into the live series for the next day.

In the last meeting, an appeal for baptism was made and a young woman, who is attending the University of Alaska in Juneau, made her decision for the Lord and is looking forward to becoming a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Praise God for the youth of the church who are willing to stand up for Jesus Christ and make a difference in the lives of others.

January 01, 2011 / Alaska Conference