Teen Heroes Honored for Leadership

Washington Conference recently recognized eight teens for their leadership at "Heart of a Hero" Pathfinder teen retreat.

Bremerton Bulldog leaders like the quiet, perceptive leadership of Katie Juergens.

Cascade Eagle, Victoria West, enjoys “going on God’s errands” and participating in Bible Achievement.

Chehalis Mountaineer, Jennifer Milliren, went on a Peru mission trip and presented a sermon during a student impact weekend. She's also a Bible Achievement team member.

Amy Smith, from Bonney Lake Ocelets, provides childcare so parents can visit, helps with street feed and is active in her Bible study class.

Sequim Pathfinder, Jennifer Dille, regularly shares her faith at her public school. Club leaders applaud her can-do attitude.

Northside Voyagers leaders appreciate Elaina Christensen's involvement in event planning and her helping hands and friendly spirit.

Blake Curtis, a Capital City Ambassador, volunteers with his church’s music team and helps in church and club projects.

Centralia Pathfinder, Richard Medeiros, likes to share God with his school friends, often inviting them to attend Pathfinders and church.

April 01, 2007 / Washington Conference

Heidi Martella