Fairbanks Church Hires Taskforce Youth Pastor

David Glover has a special spot in his heart for Alaska missions. His training and his desire to be involved in missionary work led him and his wife Bozenka to accept a taskforce position helping with the youth at the Fairbanks Church. "I am glad that David is here," said Odea Sigh, Fairbanks pastor. "He has been doing an outstanding job with the youth."

Glover grew up in Delta Junction, Alaska. As a young man with no religious background he was brought into the church by a friend in high school who was involved with the Adventist youth group activities in Delta. This changed David's life. From there he began to study the Bible and went on to receive training at the Mission College of Evangelism, The European Bible School and Uchee Pines Institute. He has also spent two years in Canada as a Bible worker.

Glover is enjoying his work with the youth— organizing a camping trip, having a regular night of games and activities, and conducting a youth outreach program when they help the elderly in the community.

Glover's hobbies include camping, hiking and playing the guitar. He plans to have a youth revival in Fairbanks Nov. 30–Dec. 2. Young people from all around the interior of Alaska are invited to attend.

Glover says he would like to continue with his training so he can share his love for the Lord and the message that a Christian lifestyle is the most fulfilling experience that one could have.

November 01, 2007 / Alaska Conference