Share Your NAYC Story


Posted on September 4th, by LJ Harry in 2015, Interaction. No Comments

Share Your NAYC StoryWe have reached the one month anniversary of the historic 2015 North American Youth Congress. Now that at least thirty days have passed since we filled Chesapeake Arena with students, and God filled the arena with His glory, we want to hear your stories. What happened to you during NAYC, and what have you done to raise the anthem of Jesus Christ after NAYC?

Simply fill out the form below and click “Submit.” If you have already been approved to publish an article on InsideOut, you only need to re-submit the form if you have had a pastoral change as pastoral permission to publish is required. Each article needs to be 700 words or less and be appropriate for young men and young ladies alike. Due to an overwhelming response from aspiring writers, we will endeavor to publish as many students’ articles as possible.

Shortly after you have filled out the form, you will receive an e-mail letting you know the next steps to take. Thanks for sharing with us, what God has shared with you!





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