Category: Interaction


Christmas Season Mishaps

Posted by Seth Boyte in Interaction. No Comments

2nd December

We are currently looking for aspiring student writers for InsideOut. If you are a writer/aspiring writer and would like to share something that will bless other students and young adults, you are on the right page.



Share Your NAYC Story

Posted by LJ Harry in 2015, Interaction. No Comments

4th September

We are currently looking for aspiring student writers for InsideOut. If you are a writer/aspiring writer and would like to share something that will bless other students and young adults, you are on the right page.



Don’t Just Read…Write

Posted by LJ Harry in Interaction. 4 comments

1st April

We are currently looking for aspiring student writers for InsideOut. If you are a writer/aspiring writer and would like to share something that will bless other students and young adults, you are on the right page.



2012 Photo Contest Winners

Posted by admin in Contests, Interaction. No Comments

20th July

We are excited to announce our 2012 InsideOut/SFC photo contest winners! Entrants were asked to submit up to three photographs that capture the spirit of this year’s Sheaves for Christ theme: go. Of all the photos that were submitted, the top three were chosen by our judges to win the prizes.

Thank you to all our entrants and judges for being a part of the 2012 InsideOut/SFC Photo Contest! And now…with no further ado…our winners:

First Place $50 Best Buy Gift Card

Kelsey Wells
First United Pentecostal Church
Jacksonville, Florida
Pastor Lester Green

Second Place $25 Best Buy Gift Card

Michael Ares
International Pentecostal Church
Bellflower, California
Pastor Daniel Butler

Third Place $25 NAYC Dropcard

Clarissa Buckley
The Peninsula Pentecostals
Newport News, Virginia
Pastor Jared Arango

A very hearty congratulations go out to Kelsey, Michael, and Clarissa for being our 2012 InsideOut/SFC Photo Contest winners!



2012 Photo Contest

Posted by LJ Harry in Polls. 2 comments

19th April

Welcome to the 2012 Photo Contest! Read below for prizes, eligibility, and rules. Each photo must portray the Sheaves for Christ theme: “GO.”

Prizes
1. The first place winner will receive a $50 Best Buy gift card.

2. The second place winner will receive a $25 Best Buy gift card.

3. The third place winner will receive a North American Youth Congress Dropcard.

The winners will be notified via e-mail immediately following the close of the contest. Each entrant, including the winners, gives the General Youth Division the right to publish their photos for promotion or marketing.

Eligibility
1. Only amateur photographers will be eligible to enter.

2. Each photographer must be between the ages of 12-25.

3. All entrants must attend a church pastored by a licensed United Pentecostal Church pastor.

Rules
1. Entrants must be between the ages of 12 and 25.

2. The theme for the contest … Read More »






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