Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Watch GYC 2010 online


"Good evening, GYC!"

If you keep hearing this greeting many times in one night, then there's a pretty good chance you're at the annual Generation of Youth for Christ conference.

This year's conference is happening Dec. 29, 2010 through Jan. 2, 2010 in Baltimore, Md. The theme is "No Turning Back," which is based on Luke 9:61-62.

Adventist world church president Ted Wilson is scheduled to give the sermon during church service Saturday, Jan 1.

Even though entrance to GYC is by paid registration only, the event will be open to local churches for free for that day. See GYC's daily schedule.

Seminar speakers include Mark Finley, Clifford Goldstein, Bill Knott, Jay Gallimore, James Nix, Ed Reid and many more.

The Generation of Youth for Christ's is a grassroots movement run by Adventist young adults. It started back in 2002 by a small group of college students.

The next national GYC conference will be Dec. 28, 2011 - Jan. 1, 2012 at George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.

We've embedded live video of the meetings below in case you weren't able to make it there in person:




What people on Twitter are saying right now about GYC 2010: (Refresh your browser to update stream)



GYC 2010 Promo from GYC on Vimeo.


Related articles: GYC 2010 - No Turning Back

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2 comments:

Christian Hoffmann said...

Sound is overdriven! Please adjust!

A Sabbath Blog said...

Hi Christian,

Thank you for letting us know about the sound. We really wish we could adjust the sound levels, but the video and sound are being controlled by GYC. :(

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