Believers in the United States can learn from the faithful in Africa. While America is going through a faith crisis, Africa is experiencing extraordinary church growth and spiritual vigor. While the American Church is seeking to create a culturally relevant church by embracing a secular postmodern philosophy, the African Church has become the leader and defender of conservative Biblical values. 
Take for example the Fiwagoh Orphanage Ministries. This is a ministry operated by faithful Seventh-day Adventists in Kenya, Africa. Pastor Benson and his wife Florence Nganga are the founders and directors of this mission. They have around 300 kids who are currently being trained to become missionaries for the kingdom of God.
Look at the video above. It speaks for itself. It truly is a blessing to see these orphan kids reciting the Three Angels’ Message, the 10 Commandments, the 8 Laws of Heath, Biblical passages and singing sacred music all from memory. Pastor Benson and his wife are doing a wonderful job with these children!
Now compare the video of these kids from the Fiwagoh Orphanage with the recent videos put out by the Florida Hospital Adventist Church. What a contrast! It’s like night and day. On one side you have kids making a mockery to the God in Heaven  and dancing sensually in church to rap and hip-hop music.  On the other side you have dedicated workers in Africa teaching orphans how to do evangelism, memorize scripture and sing sacred music.
It’s heartbreaking to see people in responsible positions enticing the youth with wordiness and corruption. But it is encouraging to see that some will resist these worldly temptations and instead choose to be led by the Spirit of God. The Lord is preparing a people to become a beacon of light and hope to the world. Their light will shine even brighter as we get closer to the coming of the Lord.
There are only two possible outcomes for God’s people in this time of spiritual crisis. We are either preparing to receive the Latter Rain or we are preparing to receive the plagues of God. Notice the experience of those who will have a part in the closing work:
“Before the final visitation of God’s judgments upon the earth there will be among the people of the Lord such a revival of primitive godliness as has not been witnessed since apostolic times. The Spirit and power of God will be poured out upon His children” (Great Controversy, 464).
Now notice the experience of those who refuse to wake up and who continue in their blind and blasphemous presumption:
“Those who have had opportunities to hear and receive the truth and who have united with the Seventh-day Adventist church, calling themselves the commandment-keeping people of God, and yet possess no more vitality and consecration to God than do the nominal churches, will receive of the plagues of God just as verily as the churches who oppose the law of God. Only those that are sanctified through the truth will compose the royal family in the heavenly mansions Christ has gone to prepare for those that love Him and keep His commandments” (Manuscript Release, Vol. 19, p. 176).
I pray that every pastor and parent will have the spiritual discernment to see clearly the difference between those who betray the faith and seduce our young people by causing them to err; and those who stand in defense of truth by maintaining the historic faith alive in times of universal unbelief.