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August 2014 News

An opportunity to disciple your youth

  • Written by  Ian Anderson

Running a youth group is hard but vital work, according to Nat Spary from The Base Youth.

“I see each and every youth group across the region as having an important role in building the Kingdom of God,” said Nat.

“We don’t want to just create attendees, we want to make disciples – life long followers of Christ!” he said. “This is not an easy job, and it takes love and care along with discipleship.”

For this reason, The Base hosts the annual Ballistic youth and young adults conference, to equip, disciple and inspire youth.

The conference is divided into two parts: Ballistic Night and Ballistic One Day Conference.

“Ballistic Night is aimed at young people encountering God and providing an opportunity for them to make a lifelong decision to follow Christ,” said Nat. “Our Guest Speaker for this event is Pastor Sunjay Stevenson, from iSee Church in Brisbane.”

“The Ballistic One Day Conference is aimed at leadership development, discipleship and equipping youth and young adults,” he said.

“There will be a combined stream and electives lead by local youth pastors and ministry leaders. Our main speaker is Pastor Ben Naitoko from iSee Church.”

Electives during the Ballistic One Day Conference include Worship and Song Writing, Hip Hop, Preachers School, Evangelism, Social Justice, Graffiti and Leadership.

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