Wednesday, August 29, 2012

4,500 people attend first ever Pathfinder camporee in Northern Asia-Pacific Division

Earlier this month, about 4,500 people attended the very first Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD) Pathfinder Camporee, Adventist News Network (ANN) reported.


The camporee was held at Sahmyook University, an Adventist university in Seoul, South Korea.


According to ANN, Pathfinders came from "South Korea, Japan, Mongolia, Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the United States."


Almost 100 people were baptized after the six-day event, ANN reported.


The next Northern Asia-Pacific Division camporee will be held in five years in Taiwan, according to ANN.


Source: Adventist News Network.


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