Elevate Youth Leaders Collective

| February 27, 2015


Elevate Youth Leaders Collective is a one-day conference designed to give you practical insight on key aspects of youth ministry and to challenge you in your vision for what God can do through you. You will hear from experienced pastors/youth leaders who will give key insights in to how to take your youth ministry to the next level. Whether you are just starting out in youth ministry, or have been working with young people for some time this conference will motivate and equip you to a new level of leadership.


Date: Saturday, March 28
Time: 9:00am – 12:30pm
Venue: Victory Family Centre
20, Tampines Street 43, Singapore 52

*Ben Prescott (FreeChapel, Orange County)
*Jeremy Seaward (VFC Singapore)

*Pastoring Young People
*Planning a Youth Sermon Series
*Creating an Atmosphere of Harvest

*Ben Prescott
*Jeremy Seaward
*Ang Hern Shung
*Esther Wee

9.00am – 10.10am Keynote Session
10.10am – 10.40am Breakout Session
10.40am – 11.00am Break
11.00am – 11.40am Q&A
11.40am – 12.15pm Keynote Session

Registration is already open, and you can sign up for $5/pax at this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1rE7rm9ddKR0m3lZJ7IUtAQvlexQeO6jXa0rr-31VvvM/viewform



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I have been a follower of Christ for more than 20 years now. Started from a Methodist church, then went on to a few charasmatic churches and again back to a Methodist church now. Thus I have experienced and seen a wide flavor of different denominations. Personally, I consider myself non-denominational as I can worship in many different styles. The important thing is that I follow the gospel and love Jesus. I am currently serving as a musician and a worship leader in my church. I believe that my calling is to help others enter into the presence of God through worship. I also enjoy teaching and discipling other believers, which is the main reason why this site was started. I hope to find other believers to join me in this cause to reach out and encourage other believers.

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