Tomorrow’s Church begins today. What we do with our young people today will determine the future of the Church of Tomorrow. To neglect them would be to abandon the Church of Tomorrow. If we want a vibrant and growing church tomorrow, we must begin to empower and equip our young people today. And that is the very objective of having this National Youth Convention. To build our young people today that the Church of Tomorrow will stand strong and do exploits.
We have invited three key leading leaders from our region to speak at this conference. They are Pastor Steve Murrell from Every Nation Churches & Ministries in the Philippines, Rev CB Samuel - itinerant Bible teacher and Micah Global Advisor from India and Craig Greenfield – International Director of Alongsiders International from Cambodia. They have a strong passion for the next generation and have proven track record of equipping young leaders for the work of the Lord as well as in the public arena. Besides these international speakers, we will have our NECF Chairman - Rev Dr Eu Hong Seng who will share to us the 'Five Ways To Become The Next Generation Leader.'
In the afternoon, we will have multiple workshop sessions conducted by local speakers. These speakers have been chosen based on their experience and track record. Each participant will be given the choice of attending four out of the eight workshops conducted over the two days. The topics of the eight workshops are the digital world and faith, politics as vocation, street evangelism, rural education, changing spiritual atmosphere, sports as ministry, city transformation and media production.
On the 21st, we will have an outreach evening with Pastor Steve Murrell for youths who need to hear the Gospel. This meeting is open to all. An alter call will be made at the end for salvation, dedication and healing.
I strongly recommend for your church to send your youth pastors, leaders and members to this convention. This convention is also ideal for key and senior church leaders who want to learn how to encourage and release more youth workers in their church.