Somerset, NJ Apostolic Pentecostal Bible-Based Student Learning Program Updated

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The center of the apostolic Pentecostal faith, Premier Family Life Ministries International (+1-888-210-5850), based in Somerset, NJ, has announced an update to its Bible-based student learning program.

This recent enhancement integrates a faith-based curriculum, academic counseling, and holistic learning methodologies, catering to the center’s youth community’s spiritual and educational needs.

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Premier Family Life Ministries’ latest program expansion is intended to provide Somerset’s youth with student-centered learning, offering scholarly guidance that aligns with the biblical principles of the church. The youth program emphasizes the importance of family-centered education, mirroring strong family values and effective communication skills.

PFLMI’s youth ministry is led by Elder Donna Richards, a doctor of medicine in pediatrics and minister since 2012. The church offers its Youth Service two Fridays per month on Google Hangouts Meet and divides participants into two age groups, one suitable for 8 to 12-year-olds and one for 13 and up. Further, they offer remote Bible studies on Tuesday nights.

The Bible-based student learning program is designed to empower and equip students with knowledge and values in line with the apostolic Pentecostal faith. From ministry preparation to community outreach, the program focuses on leadership development and spirit-filled teaching to foster a strong educational environment.

The learning program champions the essence of a faith-based curriculum, ensuring that students acquire knowledge and cultivate virtues that resonate with Pentecostal beliefs. The curriculum’s content and delivery can benefit participants with an integrative blend of spiritual and academic enrichment.


Premier Family Life Ministry International is an affiliate of One Way Apostolic Faith Mission, created with the aim of ministering the gospel. The church has resources to support its members in all aspects of family life, including medically and financially.

A spokesperson for the youth ministry said: “Our aim is to provide a spiritual foundation for our young people; we want to create an atmosphere where they can gain a lifelong personal relationship with Christ. The Psalmist David said, ‘Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass.’ Psalm 37:5 KJV. This is the motto of our youth ministry! We must teach our youth to be committed to God in all that they do.”

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