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What would it look like if youth, adults, and seniors asked God what matters to Him? What would it look like if instead of focusing on what society focuses on we actually placed all of our attention on the things that Christ cares about? Jesus is about Justice, Righteousness, Unity and Love.

2021 SCHEUDLE

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ALL SERVICES AND CONFERENCES CAN BE VIEWED ON OUR YOUTUBE PAGE.
* No Registration Required* 
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2021 CONFERENCEs

"MINISTRY UNDER 30" - Dec 27th @ 6:30pm EST

This session is to help you understand YOUR assignment in ministry! Howard Thurman says don’t ask what the world needs, ask what makes you come alive because what the world needs are people who come alive. What makes you come alive in ministry: chaplaincy, counseling, non-profit, academia, parish? Because the last thing we need are  pastors or pastors throwing in the  because they are in the right field but the wrong lane of ministry. We have too many churches, but not enough ministry! We cannot bring tall-steeple ministry models to a meta-verse generation of church. Our forefathers & foremothers ran multiple services, we need multiple servers - they preached from one platform - we preach on multiple platforms! Lord, help us! Let’s talk!

Panel:
Matthew Quainoo
Brandon Harris
Diamond Gantt
Marcus Stovall
Barbara Florvil
Gabby Wilkes

"SHE LEADS" - Dec 28th @ 6:30pm EST
"LET'S TALK" - Dec 29th @ 6:30pm EST

First ever conversation of young leaders across all Church of God (Anderson) groups. NIYC, IYC, Spanish Concilio and Native American Ministries

 

In Romans 12: 1-2 Paul pleads with his readers to avoid the pressure to conform to the world and its culture. The challenge, of course, is how does the church actually do this? In this panel discussion, this multi-racial, ethnic and gender group of young leaders across the Church of God (Anderson) will have a courageous dialogue about what they’re seeing in the world, church (abroad and local) concerning racism, sexism, many other “isms” and what they feel the Lord is calling them and their group to do in this season and beyond.

God called women in the Bible to lead. Women continue to serve and lead in the name of the Lord to this day. What is it like to be a woman in leadership? Listen to a panel of women in diverse church leadership roles share their experiences and advice. 

Facilitator: Min. Allyson Smith

SERVICES & CONCERT

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OUR CONCERT ARTIST KELONTAE GAVIN

Kelontae Gavin developed notoriety when a 2014 YouTube video of him singing the hymn, “I Won’t Complain,” to a cafeteria worker at his former high school, went viral with over one million YouTube views. In 2016, Gavin was discovered by star-maker manager, Marquis Boone of Marquis Boone Enterprises, who formed a partnership with Tyscot Records to issue the radio single “Higher” in the fall of that year. It was produced by Myron Butler, a Grammy® Award-winning singer and songwriter. The song reached the Top 20 on Billboard Magazine's Gospel Indicator chart in the spring of 2017. The song also earned the singer a Stellar Gospel Music Award nomination in the category of Youth Project of the year in January 2018. Gavin's radio single, "No Ordinary Worship," reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs chart in March 2019 while his debut album, "The Higher Experience," made its debut at No. 2 on the Top Gospel Albums chart in spring of 2018. ” Check him out at www.kelontaegavin.com

Worship

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