Hosted by the Ellicott City church, the Revelation Project aims to make the book of Revelation accessible to younger audiences.
|Recently, the Dover First (Del.) church welcomed Javier Scharon as a part-time youth pastor. Growing up as a pastor’s kid, Scharon became regularly involved in youth and children’s ministries activities. After feeling the call to ministry, Scharon enrolled at Washington Adventist University (Md.) where he is currently completing his Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology.|
|“I would have never imagined that I would be hired by a conference prior to graduation. So when I received the call, I immediately recognized that God was opening a door that He wanted me, and my family, to walk through,” says Scharon. “I am extremely excited and grateful for this opportunity and blessed to be part of the Chesapeake Conference.”|
Javier Scharon is joined in ministry with his wife Bonnizu, and their three children, Javier Jr., Jaiden and Molly.