COVER Week of Prayer March 19 - 26 2022 The Present Truth: God’s Message for Today GYD FLYER New International Version (NIV) Scripture quotations marked (NIV) are taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version®, NIV®. Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc.TM Used by permission of Zondervan. All rights reserved worldwide. The “NIV” and “New International Version” are trademarks Writer: Yeury Ferreira Project Coordinator: Andrés J. Peralta Editor: Kenia Reyes Designer: HADGraphic Inc. Reviewed by: Biblical Research Institute Table of Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Sabbath: The Whole Truth in One Book Sunday: The Real Superhero Monday: True Star Wars Tuesday: Beauty and the Beast: The True Story Wednesday: True and False Worship Thursday: The True Seal of God Friday: The Real Alien Invasion Sabbath: The True Gospel About the Writer Dr. S. Yeury Ferreira FOTO DE YEURY Yeury Ferreira is an ordained pastor of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He holds a master's degree in Leadership, Systematic Theology and Biblical Preaching. He also holds a PhD in Preaching from Andrews University. He has worked as a pastor, evangelist, and currently serves as the Hispanic Ministry Coordinator for the Greater New York Conference, and an adjunct professor at Andrews University. He is the author of several books, including Living Without Fear, book of the year for 2021 for the North American Division; as well as the book Preach the Word: A Guide to Sermon Preparation and Preaching, and The Preacher and Preaching. He is happily married to Mariel Ferreira and is father to Ernesto and Elizabeth Ferreira. READ THIS FIRST 1. Start Your Planning Now. Start your planning, develop your target, get your team together, and make sure your pastor is a part of that team. 2. Global Youth Day Information. Get information on the Global Youth Day project. This day will be the launch of the Youth Week of Prayer. Please visit our website,, or contact your local youth director to find out how you can participate. 3. Commit Your Prayer Warriors. Get a team of adults together who will commit to praying for you and your ministry on a regular basis. Make sure this is a group with whom you can confidentially share both your personal and ministry prayer needs. 4. Choose a Theme Song. Involve your youth choir. If your church does not have a youth choir, this is the perfect time to get one started. Pick out songs that you all like and which fit the topic of each evening or choose a song for the entire week. 5. Form a Week of Prayer Development/Review Team. Depending on the size of your church, this group can be four to eight persons who will go through all eight readings with you. Include on your team only interested and committed young adults and youth ministry leaders (Pathfinder, Sabbath School, etc., your pastor/s); this is important because it gives ownership to the entire group, rather than just you and your assistant. Ask the group to commit to meeting for at least three weeks—at least one week for four lessons, and an extra week to wrap things up. Be sure to identify the goal and direction you want to go, preferably at the first meeting, and choose a young person to speak for each day. 6. Integrate Global Youth Day (GYD) into Your Week of Prayer Plans. Ideally, GYD should be a time to teach youth how to sacrificially give of themselves by providing opportunities in the church and the community. If you are a small youth group and do not have the resources to arrange a community-based GYD event, you can use this opportunity to break down denominational barriers in the area by partnering with and pooling resources and ideas with other youth groups from other churches in your area. Tips for Online Meetings Keep it simple. It’s always best to keep your setup simple to lower the possibilities of technical errors. Have backup equipment ready to go. Even with a simple setup, there is still a chance your equipment may fail. It’s always best to play it safe and keep backups of your needed equipment if possible. Make sure everything is charged or connected. Lighting, Lighting, Lighting! Check your lighting ahead of time to make sure it’s ideal and avoid backlighting your subject. If you’re filming outside, be mindful of the sun. Glare from the sun can prevent your video from being seen Enhance sound quality and minimize background noise. A lapel mic or even the typical hea

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