Category: Youth Congress


North American Youth Congress 2017, Wednesday Night

Posted by Sarah Hudspeth in 2017, Youth Congress. No Comments

31st July

Faith Factor

Expectation was as high and so were the hairstyles as over 34,000 young people poured into the Lucas Oil Stadium for the first night of North American Youth Congress 2017.

The night began with the North American Talent Search as the sound of exuberant worship filled the stadium. Each contestant and group used their talent by singing praises to God. Following the talent search, Christian Life College took the stage and continued in the spirit of worship and praise. The church was then led in a focused prayer for the service. We were exhorted to pray not merely a simple prayer to receive something from God, but to experience a demonstration of God’s glory and power. At the conclusion of prayer, a powerful video began to play on all the screens that reminded us this is that which was … Read More »



Fallout

Posted by Editors Choice in 2017, Inspirational. No Comments

25th July

Whenever a major event occurs in the history of mankind, it is not the event itself which causes the greatest change; it is the fallout. They are the smaller, but numerous events that occur because of that great event.

For example, when Jesus gave His life for us on the cross, events were set in motion that would only grow as time passed. Twelve men had been given instructions, and by acting on those instructions, they turned the world upside down. You see, the disciples were the fallout. They spread out and burned through the ancient civilized world like a fire spreads through dry brush in a desert. Their passion ignited the passion within others, and eventually their passion led to the passion that is within your heart as you sit and read this article. Because of the disciples’ sacrifice, the … Read More »



Interview with NAYC Speakers: Andrew Romine

Posted by LJ Harry in 2017, Interviews. No Comments

18th July

Yes! You heard it. North American Youth Congress is just one week away. And NAYC 17 is chock full of anointed speakers and musicians who will be ministering in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis in just a few short months. We’d like you to get to know them before they preach to you and lead you in worship.

Our next interview comes from pastor from O’Fallon, Illinois, Andrew Romine.

InsideOut: If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three items would you want to have with you and why?
Andrew Romine: 1. My Bible. I never go without it, and I am going to need some hope and inspiration to survive—and something good to occupy my mind so I don’t go crazy.
2. A water filter. Do I need to explain why on this one?
3. One of those multi-tools. You know those things … Read More »



NAYC Messages: Watch Memorable NAYC Messages

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24th June

We have heard some of the most memorable messages at youth congress services past. Here are a few you will want to watch again. Enjoy!

The Divine Difference Between the Fork and the Field
Cortt Chavis
NAYC 2013 General Session
Watch | Listen

The Call of God
Darrell Johns
NAYC 2015 Young Ministers’ Session
Watch | Listen

Above All the Call
David McGovern
NAYC 2013 General Session
Watch | Listen

Is It In You? The DNA of Oneness Pentecostalism
Stan Gleason
NAYC 2015 General Session
Watch | Listen

Let There Be Light
Paul Pamer
NAYC 2011 General Session
Watch | Listen

A Generation of Giants
Jimmy Toney
NAYC 2011 General Session
Watch | Listen



Interview with NAYC Speakers: Jason Staten

Posted by LJ Harry in 2017, Interviews. 2 comments

28th May

Yes! You heard it. North American Youth Congress is not that far away. And NAYC 17 is chock full of anointed speakers and musicians who will be ministering in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis in just a few short months. We’d like you to get to know them before they preach to you and lead you in worship.

Our next interview comes from pastor from Lexington Park, Maryland, Jason Staten.

InsideOut: If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three items would you want to have with you and why?
Jason Staten: 1. My Bible. Since I am providing this interview for Youth Congress, I think having my Bible is a must.
2. Toothbrush and toothpaste. I hate bad breath. I seriously have halitophobia.
3. Coffee. Not sure how to survive being stranded on an island without coffee.

IO: Please tell us your favorite … Read More »






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