Revolution Hawaii debuts short program

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HawaiiRevolution Hawaii, The Salvation Army Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division’s missional outreach to young adults, began its inaugural three-monthlong “Essentials” program with five members.

“Essentials,” which is based at The Salvation Army’s Camp Homelani along the North Shore of Oahu, is a trial of the program’s yearlong “365” track.

Geared toward Salvation Army youth ages 18-29, “Essentials” offers daily group Bible study and prayer, weekly classroom teaching, testing and guest speakers, water sports, hiking, evangelism training, and opportunities to serve Hawaii’s homeless and at-risk-youth.

The twice per year program comes with a $2,000 fee for food, housing, books and team activity. This session runs until May 11, and the next session will kick off in September.

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