Friday, January 25, 2008

Young Adult Summit: IGNITION

The 2008 NAD Youth Ministries/Young Adult Leadership Summit: "IGNITION" starts in a little over 2 weeks. The bi-annual event held in Dallas, Texas will six general sessions, seminars and workshops, forums, and lots more! The meetings are all young adults and those who minister with them.


Featured speakers for the summit include: George Barna, Benjamin Lundquist, Ann Roda, Elden Ramirez and Eddie Hypolite. Special guests and musical groups will also be there including: Vocal Union, The Dynamic Praise Gospel Choir, Lance Mishleau, Willy Ramos, True!mprov, SONscreen, and Steve Case.

“It is our hope that every church will send their young adults and leaders to IGNITION,” shared Elder James Black, director for North American Division Youth/Young Adult Ministries. This is one event those involved with youth/young adult ministries don't want to miss!

For more information on the meetings click here. To register for this event click here or call 800-732-7587

IGNITION is February 14-17, 2008 at the Adam's Mark Hotel in Dallas, TX.

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