Check out these five high-impact presentations!
Danielle discusses approaches to reaching Gen Z, particularly in the context of disadvantaged urban communities. She shares her church's shift in approach from holding "Purity Camps" to addressing the root causes of risky behaviors, and intentionally disrupting the cycle of pathology. The camp is now called "Purpose Youth Leadership Camp," and seeks to instill a sense of purpose, while also helping young people form their identity in Christ.
In this energetic presentation, Pastor Edwin Vargas, considers how to plant churches where young adults lead and thrive. He shares 12 principles for planting, not a worship service, but a church!
YouTube personality and digital missionary, Justin Khoe says this generation is facing the biggest communication shift in 500 years. "If you do not adapt, you die," he says. Justin takes on five myths that keep us from reaching out online, and encourages: "You don't need a big team. You don't need a big budget. Do it!"
"'The Word became flesh, and put on a seminar,' right? . . .
'The Word became flesh, and dwelt among us.' I like how The Message puts it!
'The Word became flesh, and moved into the neighborhood.'"
In his presentation, "People, Not Programs," Shawn Brace challenges us to look at what it means to be "a sent people," and he suggests that there is an important difference between friendship evangelism and what he calls "missional discipleship."
Simret Mahary runs Presence Kulturlounge in Frankfurt, Germany, where people from various backgrounds bring friends to enjoy a cultural experience and a meal, and share their perspectives and beliefs. 90% of visitors have never heard of Adventists. In this video, Simret shares stories of friendships formed and of God at work through the mundane interactions of daily life.
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