The Adventurers Club was created to give children an opportunity to belong to an organized peer group that provided them fun, safe, and spiritually refreshing activities that will establish self-confidence and healthy social skills.
The Adventurer Club is a nationwide ministry sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
It is open to families of children from Kindergarten to Fourth Grade who agree to keep the Adventurer Pledge and Law.
Adventurers reach out to their community in many ways, which establishes early on what it means to be a good citizen. We sing with the Whipple Creek Music Ministry, make and distribute Blessing Bags, conduct a canned goods drive, and often adopt and clean up local streets or parks.
Adventurers are active and crave creativity. They like to do things on their own when possible, and this is a perfect environment for them to learn in a supervised environment many skills that will benefit their life, and the lives of others.
We meet every Monday from 4:30pm-6:30pm at Whipple Creek Church.
The Adventurer program should work to fulfill the gospel commission (Matthew 28:18-20) and depends on the support of a congregation strong in mission and empowered by the Holy Spirit.*
-Children will, at their own level,commit their hearts and lives to Jesus Christ.
-Children will gain a positive attitude toward the benefits, joys, and responsibilities of living a Christian life.
-Children will acquire the habits, skills and knowledge needed to live for Jesus today.
-Parents and other primary care-givers will become more confident and effective as co-laborers with Christ for their children.*
The Adventurer Club provides fun and creative ways for children.
-to develop a Christ-like character;
-to experience the joy and satisfaction of doing things well;
-to express their love for Jesus in a natural way;
-to learn good sportsmanship and strengthen their ability to get along with others;
-to discover their God-given abilities and to know how to use them to benefit self and serve others,
-to improve their understanding of what makes families strong.*
The church’s greatest resource is our children; therefore, it is imperative that as a church we meet the challenge to provide a program for our children during their early,formative years. We want right habits,thoughts, motives, dispositions, and attitudes to be established. The Wise Man wrote,“Bring up a child in the way he should go,and when he is old he will not turn from it.”Prov. 22:6 (NIV). This is more than acliché—it is a scientific formula.*