How Do We Reach Youth?

Reaching youth around the globe sounds like a daunting task. And it would be, were it not for our approach to ministry, which relies on vital relationships.

We believe that working through local partnerships is the best way to bring change to communities around the world.

We identify like-minded local organizations, groups, and individuals already at work in their native communities in the areas of the world where we want to serve. These ministries and organizations have seen success in their areas of focus and expertise, and we believe that joining in their work leverages experience, talent, and resources.

Through these partnerships, we are able to evangelize, disciple, and nurture children and youth through:

  • Evangelistic events
  • Camps
  • Feeding centers
  • Medical care
  • Orphanages
  • Vocational training
  • Village transformation
  • Church planting initiatives

This approach to missions work makes sense in so many ways. Joining work already in progress with experienced workers who know the culture is good stewardship of our finances, personnel, time, and resources.

Plus, it’s an effective way to reach others with the Gospel!

Reach Youth Global has seen first-hand the impact of youth lives given to Christ and the positive impact those decisions have on the communities where those youth live. 

Azalia is a wonderful example of the life-changing power of the Gospel. She received Christ as her Savior at a recent Reach Youth Global outreach event. Now she and thousands like her live with the hope of Jesus:

  • In Kenya alone, 259 schools have been visited since the year 2015 began.
  • 234,000 students heard the Gospel through school assemblies and camps in Africa, Mexico and Philippines.
  • More than 100,000 youth have accepted Jesus as their Savior.

Because we believe that changing the world for Christ begins in the hearts of its children, we are committed to working with like-minded partners to impact their communities and end the cycle of poverty in every corner of the globe.

We’d love your support and prayers!

Sal Sberna

Sal Sberna was Lead Pastor at The MET Church in Houston, Texas for 20 years. He retired on February 2015. He and Kristi Sberna have been married since 1981. They have two children, Salvatore and...more