The Apostolic Pentecostal church has updated its curriculum with the goal of fostering a deeper understanding of scripture among young believers. It equips students with relevant skills, knowledge, and values for spiritual and academic growth.
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The newly announced educational program empowers the youth to become advocates of the Word of God and to live spirit-filled lives. Intending to build a strong religious foundation in children and teenagers, Premier Family Life Ministry International’s youth education programs combine biblical teachings with real-life experiences, addressing questions on life, family, and religion.
Beyond religious and ethical teachings, PFLMI also encourages students to participate in the church’s choir and dance ministries. They can help create a more immersive Sunday service experience through song, dance, and musical instruments. Students keen on content creation may join the multimedia ministry, where they learn to create videos of the church’s events for social media.
Community service is an integral part of the curriculum, and students are encouraged to apply lessons from Christ’s servant-leader approach by sharing the lessons they learned in church with those outside of the community. Additionally, PFLMI collaborates with local charities to address community needs. The church has provided cooked meals, winter clothing, and toiletries to residents and guests at the YMCA in Plainfield and is expanding its efforts by partnering with the Ronald McDonald House.
The curriculum’s design values inclusivity and diversity, seeking to create an environment that respects multiculturalism and emphasizes family values. With student-centered learning being the heart of PFLMI’s curriculum, lessons are personalized and immersive, with study guides and memory charts designed to develop effective communication and Christian leadership skills.
“Our youth are bombarded daily by the challenges of the fallen society that we live in. We must create a lasting legacy for our children that will be passed on from generation to generation. Teach them the word of God and share with them the victories the Lord has done for us. Together let’s train our children in the way they should go, so that when they are old, they will not depart from the faith, but will be an example and testimony to many,” a representative said.
For more information about the church and its educational offerings, visit https://www.pflmi.org
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