Tag: Jason Staten
The final night of North American Youth Congress 2017 closed out in a mighty way. The event might be over, but the impacts of this monumental week are just beginning. After two nights of extraordinary talent, we are pleased to announce Kingdom Worship as the first place winners of the North American Talent Search.
In addition to the winners of the talent search, the stadium erupted with a cheer as Impact Junkie, a new venture that is changing the world, shared the winners of the “The Great Pitch.” Pushing Back the Darkness, a venture beginning to end human trafficking, won third place. A new business called Cake Jar came in second place. The business venture that came in first place is called C. Saucy, an innovative program that designs modest scrubs for women. At the end of all the announcements, … Read More »
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 »
InsideOut: What was your favorite food when you were a child?
Jason Staten: I have always been a fan of food in general, but I think my favorite food as a child were my mom’s enchiladas. She would always make our favorite meal for our birthday, and I requested that every year.
IO: What sound do you love to hear?
JS: I have a few sounds I love to hear. The laughter of my daughters is definitely among my favorite. The Sound of a camp meeting altar call is also a sound that’s hard to beat.
IO: What chore do you absolutely despise?
JS: Taking the dog out to use the bathroom.
IO: If you could choose to stay a certain age forever, what age would it be and why?
JS: You know…I think 36 is a pretty good age. … Read More »