Youth

About Us

The WOA Youth Ministry provides the younger generation, as well as those who wish to serve them, with scriptural studies, discipleship training, and opportunities for evangelism and service. Reaching the younger generation and building a network of campuses are crucial in evangelical mission around the world, as college is a crucial turning point and opportunity for individuals to respond to the calling of God.

As student life tends to be filled with temptations and secular activities, the WOA Youth Ministry hopes to raise leaders who can be the salt of the earth, purifying campuses and leading the lost generation with a collaborative, focused and purposeful outreach.

The Youth Ministry seeks to serve as a flexible platform for a wide range of collaboration, mutual learning opportunities and networking for the goal of bridging the generation gap and being the catalyst for a greater movement of Christians worldwide.

Purpose

Carrying the hope for the next generation to serve as the leaders in the global Christian communities, the WOA Youth Ministry is purposed to be an important channel for the youth and students, as well as those who wish to serve them, to grow as servants of Christ on campus and beyond, and further communicate and network with Christian ministries in various fields across the globe.

Related Links

Apostolos Missions International
Youth Evangelical Fellowship

Events
  • 28
    Oct
    27th General Assembly

    World Olivet Assembly announced its annual 27th General Assembly to be held in headquarters in Dover Plains, New York

  • 25
    Oct
    13th Anniversary of Elim Center International

    Elim leaders from around the world are scheduled to gather in Kirkwood, New York on October 25th.

  • 30
    Aug
    Nehemiah Project in New York

    Nehemiah Project in New York holds conference for Olivet Centers managers and staff to share reports and plans towards 2020 tasks from August August 30th until September 2nd.

Devotion

Paul’s attitude and philosophy of his mission work are clearly stated in this verse; he served and worked as “a servant of Christ.” A servant, doulos in Greek, was a term Paul used to indicate his self-identity as he served the Lord.
A voluntary life of devotion and sacrifice for God's Kingdom was a basis of every work he did. He confessed, "Though I am free and belong to no man, I make myself a slave to everyone...

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