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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: Stan Gleason

Posted by LJ Harry in 2015, Interviews. No Comments

31st January

Yes! You heard it. North American Youth Congress is not that far away. And NAYC 15 is chock full of anointed speakers and musicians who will be ministering in Oklahoma City 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 next interview comes from our second evening speaker in OKC, our assistant general superintendent of the west, Rev. Stan Gleason. So, students, It’s my pleasure to introduce you to Rev. Stan Gleason.

InsideOut: If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three items would you want to have with you and why?
Stan Gleason: If I was stranded on a deserted island and could have three items, I would want a helicopter, a yacht, and a GPS. Wait, that probably is not an answer given … Read More »






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