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Interview with NAYC Speakers: David McGovern

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30th November

Our next interview for NAYC comes from David McGovern of San Diego, California. So, students, It’s my pleasure to introduce you to David McGovern.

InsideOut: If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three items would you want to have with you and why?
David McGovern: Wow. I have so many questions regarding this question? How did I end up on this island? Are we talking a tropical island or an island off the coast of Antarctica? Why three items? And what in the world was I doing in the middle of the ocean to begin with?

I suppose if I have to be there, I’d bring a machete. I don’t even know how to use one, but I want to look cool when they rescue me. 2) A horse. That’s a no brainer—I would use it to travel … Read More »



Interview with NAYC Speakers: Jason Pearcy

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3rd November

Our next interview for NAYC comes from Jason Pearcy of Parsons, Tennessee. So, students, It’s my pleasure to introduce you to Jason Pearcy.

InsideOut: If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three items would you want to have with you and why?
Jason Pearcy: 1) A knife because every man needs a knife in every situation!! 2) A gun because you never know when you might need to shoot something!! 3) Duct tape because you can fix anything with duct tape!!

IO: Please tell us your favorite joke.
JP: A woman gets on a bus with her baby. The bus driver says, “Ugh, that’s the ugliest baby I’ve ever seen!” The woman walks to the rear of the bus and sits down, fuming. She says to a man next to her, “The driver just insulted me!” The man replies, … Read More »



Interview with NAYC Speakers: Paul Pamer

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28th July

Yes! You heard it. North American Youth Congress is not that far away. And NAYC 13 is chock full of anointed speakers and musicians who will be ministering in Louisville in just a few short months. We’d like to you to get to know them before they preach to you and lead you in worship.

Our first interview comes from Rev. Paul Pamer of Barberton, Ohio. So, students, It’s my pleasure to introduce you to Paul Pamer.

InsideOut: If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three items would you want to have with you and why?
Paul Pamer: My Bible. What else am I going to say?

An an Iridium Extreme Satellite Phone. While other sat phones use satellites that stay in a fixed position, the Iridium’s satellites rotate. Even if there was a physical obstruction that … Read More »



Commune-ity All Stars: Dustin Williams

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1st July

InsideOut: How long have you been in student ministry?
Dustin Williams: One and a half years.

IO: What is your favorite fast food restaurant?
DW: Taco Bell

IO: What about your favorite Scripture?
DW: I Timothy 3:16, “All Scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for
correction, for instruction in righteousness.” It’s compact, yet so complete.

IO: Who is the biggest influence in your life?
DW: My wife, my parents, and my two closest friends, Mike and Daniel.

IO: What is the most impacting book you’ve read other than the Bible?
DW: I’ll have to pick two from a long list. Nonfiction: “We Become What We Worship” by G.K. Beale; Fiction: “1984” by George Orwell.

IO: Tom’s or Converse?
DW: Converse. I’ve had the same pair of hi-tops since I was sixteen!

IO: Mac or PC?
DW: I work with both regularly, with a little Linux thrown … Read More »



Commune-ity All Stars: Chris Salyards

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16th June

InsideOut: How long have you been in student ministry?
Chris Salyards: Fifteen years.

IO: What is your favorite fast food restaurant?
CS: Panda Express and In & Out Burger.

IO: What about your favorite Scripture?
CS: “Who is a God like unto you, who pardons iniquity, and passes by the transgression of the remnant of his heritage? he retains not his anger forever, because he delights in mercy” (Micah 7:18).

IO: Who is the biggest influence in your life?
CS: My father, Charley Salyards, and my youth pastor, Pastor Jon Mullings, are the biggest influences in my life.

IO: What is the most impacting book you’ve read other than the Bible?
CS: Weird by Craig Groeschel.

IO: Tom’s or Converse?
CS: Toms.

IO: Mac or PC?
CS: Mac with VM Ware installed.

IO: Did you attend college? Bible college or secular?
CS: I have a B.S. in Business Administration. I did not attend Bible college.

IO: … Read More »






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