We had leaders coming both from the North and South Italy. The time was intense and the interaction was incredibly fruitful. Many ministry resources were presented at the conference. From the new edition of My Story, printed in , copies ready to be distributed in the schools, to new apps that will allow young people to tell their story and put it on social networks in a few minutes as well as games highlighting the power of the gospel.
He enjoys working with students and their families and has a heart for small group and one-to-one discipleship. Ben has two children, Gary born and a daughter Shiloh born For fun, Ben enjoys anything outdoors- running, playing ultimate Frisbee, family camping, and exploring new places. He also likes participating in worship by playing bass guitar and can be caught from time to time impersonating his favorite movie characters. He has always loved music! Music inspires him, motivates him, and gives him clarity. What was created at first for his personal benefit is now having an impact on others as well.
Our presenter for the weekend will be seminary student Emmanuel Aristide. He is orginially from Madagascar and has been living in Saskatoon for the past 1. Our weekend will include time for worship, prayer, and learning. And of course, lots of time for visiting and playing! All registration forms must be signed by youth, parent or guardian, and youth leader. Registration covers the cost of all meals and all activities for the weekend. Plan to arrive at the camp by 2 pm on Saturday, February
Over high school and college students came together for spirituality, fellowship, and healing. It all started on Monday evening December 28, , when a harsh winter storm hit the Chicago area. It seemed that most of the participants would not be able to make it. By the grace of God and the prayers of His most holy Mother, almost everyone arrived — and all arrived safely. That night we first went into the church to read the Akathist- prayers to the Mother of God to ask for her blessing and protection. The following day, water was blessed and all the participants were soaked sprinkled with holy water. In the evening everyone partook of the sacrament of Holy Unction — for the healing of soul and body.