Friday, March 9, 2012

Watch the Just Claim It 3 newscasts

A short newscast, called JCI Today, has been airing during the nightly General Sessions of this year's NAD/World Youth Prayer Congress. If you've missed any of them, don't worry… we've got you covered.

The newscasts are hosted by George Johnson and Suzanne Ocsai. They are joined by a Enie, a puppet voiced by James Black Jr.

You can watch the videos below:

JCI Today — Wednesday, March 7, 2011




JCI Today — Thursday, March 8, 2011




JCI Today — Friday, March 9, 2011




JCI Today — Sabbath, March 10, 2011




Learn more about this year's Just Claim It event.

The videos are made available on YouTube by the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

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