20 Under 20: Amazing Kids
This year PE News presented 20 articles about 20 young people under the age of 20 in the Assemblies of God who are making an impact in God’s kingdom. As the series wrapped this week, we offer a year-end review of those stories, with links to the individual articles.
Fine Arts Festival participant Eliana Spiro is accepted into prestigious international ballet company program.
Frequent Bible Quiz champion Abby Rogers has memorized significant portions of the Bible. She has further learning goals as an adult.
Teenager Dalton Forge finds a ministry calling in serving the homeless with a massive feeding program he has established.
Coy Pittman and siblings raise $13,800 for BGMC African water well projects.
5. Rebel Radio
North Carolina high school student Mikaela Maloy introduces an arts-focused club that turns into a ministry at her high school.
Surviving cancer in childhood shapes first-year college student Tory Cortese.
Nathaniel Stuart who has his pick of elite universities credits Bible Quiz study habits for academic success.
Home-schooler Sarah Evans finds a voice on public school campuses.
Brie Porubsky has a positive outlook on life, despite living with a rare autoimmune disorder.
Hearing-impaired teen Josiah Valerius achieves an early goal with a full-ride scholarship to music school.
Technology-minded youth Joe Cline blends skills with a desire to serve in ministry.
12. Ava's Well
Oregon girl Ava Heath fulfills her dream for an African village to have safe drinking water.
13. Aiming High
Collin Edwards wants to incorporate his unique long-range shooting skills as a platform for the gospel.
14. Game Changer
Colossal university scholarships enable Jeremy Farmer to pursue computer graphics technology studies.
Youth Alive campus missionary Tyler Dunkley keeps evangelizing in the wake of disapproval from school officials.
Despite coping with more than 30 surgeries, Josh Golembiowski loves to raises funds for worthwhile causes.
Teenage campus missionary Alyssa Kellum makes good on her calling at an early age.
18. Foreign Accent
Chi Alpha student leader Catherine Hurt is devoted to mentoring international students.
Despite multiple setbacks, brothers Blake and Nolan Shofner find a cool way to raise funds for Speed the Light.
20. Meeting the Goal
Overcoming an injury, Illinois teen Elizabeth Mills finds God provides the funds for reaching an STL fundraising target.