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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 »



Fear of Rejection

Posted by Brooke Pamer in Uncategorized. 1 Comment

5th May

All of us, at one time or another, have had our desire to act curtailed by a fear of rejection. You want to audition for a role in the play but not making it would be too great a social embarrassment. You want to try out for the team but riding the bench would brand you a failure. You want to talk to that certain someone you’ve been crushing on but what if they don’t like you? You want to invite your friends to church but are afraid they will say no, or worse, that they will visit and then say no to returning. The risk of hearing that one little word, “No,” often keeps us silent when we should speak up. Such a little word wields so great a power because of the one fear we all share, the … Read More »





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