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September 2015 News

Youth experience the tangible presence of God

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A tangible presence of God during worship Photo: Provided

In 12 years of being a Youth Pastor, Tiffany Spary has never experienced anything like last month’s Ballistic Youth Conference.

“God turned up in a tangible way,” she said.  “Before the conference kicked off we were praying that young people would encounter the presence of God and from the first song on Friday Night there was an amazing sense of God’s presence.”

Tiffany said that as the youth were worshipping, they were encountering the presence of God, resulting in many crying out for God and praying for one another.

“We had 21 people commit their life to Christ on that night,” Tiffany said.

During the Saturday program, the young people were trained in discipleship and other electives.

American singer–song–writer Curt Anderson lead a hugely popular worship song–writing workshop.

“Then again during the Saturday evening program, God showed up during the worship, with young people having visions,” said Tiffany. “I’ve been around the Church for a long time and a youth pastor for 12 years, and I’ve never experienced anything like it – I will never be the same and I don’t think the youth will be either” 

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