FEJA Enjoys Sunset Lake Camp Retreat

October 04, 2017 | Katie Fellows

The Federation of Adventist Youth (FEJA) recently had a retreat with more than 100 youth at Sunset Lake Camp in Wilkeson, Wash., enjoying spiritual enrichment and fun activities.

The seminars and worship services focused on making the Word of God the foundation of their lives and learning to resist temptation. The goal was to enrich relationships in the ways of God and ready them to reach the kingdom of God at the Second Coming of Christ.

Youth also enjoyed social link dynamics and activities, like speed-greeting and treasure hunts, to help with team building. Sabbath ended with an evening walk to the lookout tower and a bonfire.

David Salazar, new Washington Conference youth director, interacted with the youth and leaders. “I had a good time and enjoyed the conversation,” says Salazar. “I was getting my purpose there by getting to know people, talking and coordinating with church leaders.”

Everyone had the opportunity to share and enjoy the activities planned just for them. Among the spiritual meetings, they enjoyed a day at the lake, canoes, horses and fun activities Sunset Lake Camp offers.