Friday, March 30, 2012

20,000 young people witness for Jesus in Peru

About 20,000 young people witnessed for Jesus through service projects and evangelistic meetings in Lima, Peru last month.


The outreach was part of a program called Mission Caleb. Each summer, the Mission Caleb program hosts outreach events throughout South America in places where there aren't a lot of Adventists.


After the event, more than 5,000 people joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church.


What these young people have done to spread God's love is outstanding —and so are the numbers:

  • 400,000 copies of "The Great Hope" distributed
  • 12,000 trees planted
  • 3,000 evangelistic meetings held
  • 1,500 units of blood donated
  • 60 housing modules built

Source: Adventist News Network. You can read more about this event on the Adventist News Network website.

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