ManSask Youth Rally 2012

This year’s annual Youth Rally is being held in Saskatoon, SK.  The speaker will be Donovan Diminyatz, a former member of the music group Freedom Singers and current student at Canadian University College.  Check with your Pastor or Youth Leader for more information, or email Richard Williams at rwilliams@mansask.org.

The program will begin Friday evening at 7:30pm, and Sabbath morning programming will start at 9:30am.

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North Battleford Youth Weekend

backOn November 4, 2011 North Battleford will be hosting its 3rd annual youth weekend. This year our speaker will be Pastor Vince Dehm from Maryland. Pastor Vince has a passion to share Jesus with all those he comes in contact with especially youth. The Battlefords will be providing meals as well as lodging in the school for those that need it. Please register before Oct. 22 so we know how much food we will need.

 

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Regina Youth Rally 2011

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Presenting . . .  Joseph who was born in Haiti and moved to Canada when he was 11.  He is a youth speaker who loves God and loves young people.  With a heart for youth ministry and a desire to serve, we welcome him!

February 4-5, 2011 – Regina, SK

Friday Vespers @ Curtis-Horne Christian School
Sabbath Worship @ Hill Ave Church
Sabbath Afternoon Activity!!
Sabbath Evening Worship & FUN

SIGN UP WITH YOUR PASTOR OR YOUTH LEADER SO WE CAN PLAN  FOR YOUR STAY!!!

2010 Leadership Development Weekend

Get a Grip Leadership Development featuring Pastor Valmy Karemera is happening in Winnipeg and Saskatoon this November.  Valmy Stephen Karemera was born in Rwanda and moved to North America as a teenager. He became an Adventist while pursuing his undergraduate degree in Biology, after which he took a year off to train as a missionary under CAMPUS (Center for Adventist Ministry to Public University Students). Currently a graduate student at Andrews University, Karemera’s deepest desire is to see Christ return in this generation and it is for this reason that he volunteers his time working with young people to prepare others for Christ’s imminent return.

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Youth Rally – Bound for the Promised Land

April 30-May 1, 2010…Bound for the Promised Land is an event sponsored by the Youth Department of the Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference. The event is planned for those young people that are 13+ in age. Youth Rally events will begin at 7:30pm on Friday evening with a Vespers program at the Red River Valley Junior Academy. (56 Grey Street). Sabbath School on Sabbath morning will begin at 9:15am at the Henderson Highway SDA Church and will be followed by the morning worship service and potluck lunch. There will be afternoon activities and an evening worship service at the school gym once again.  For the latest, check out our Facebook page, facebook.com/ManSaskYouth

JCI2 2010

JCI2 Logo “Just Claim It!” – 2nd NAD World Youth Prayer Conference

(Silver Spring, MD) The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America will

host its second World Youth Prayer Conference on April 7-11, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio. Themed “Just Claim It: Experience the Power of Prayer – Claiming Communities for Christ,” youth from all over the world will participate in this power packed experience to claim the power of God in their lives.

Crime, violence, drugs, and sexual immorality have plagued all homes, communities, schools, and even churches. “The purpose of this Prayer Congress is two-fold. First it will draw serious attention to the challenges of senior youth by reintroducing them to a love relationship with Christ. Second, it will empower them to reclaim their cities through service to others while bringing a message of hope,” said James Black, Sr., director of youth ministries for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America.

This new and unique spiritual experience will draw over 15,000 attendees to begin a 5-day prayer journey to “Just Claim It” in the name of Jesus. In addition to the 120 hours of organized prayer, organizers have coordinated 15 workshop tracks (180 workshops), a special community mission project called “Just Make-Over,” speaking opportunities for teens called “Youth Preach-Out”, drama presentations focusing on Biblical prayer encounters, Biblical floats parade, and a music festival with a special feature of the 300 voices JCI Mass Choir accompanied by a 250 piece orchestra and Recreation (translations provided for international attendees).

To ensure the JCI impact in every community, special invitations have been sent to the President of the United States, his cabinet, members of Congress, the Senate, Governors, State Legislatures, Mayors, City Councils, Community Activists, and world leaders of every nation. “We want leaders to come and have our youth lay hands on them and pray for their leadership,” said Black. “Also, delegates are encouraged to bring non Adventist relatives and friends to JCI – this voids the “it’s just for us” mentally. It’s time our youth know that their prayers can literally impact the entire world,” he said.

To raise seed funds for this unique youth experience, organization have established a donation initiative called Dreamers 100.

For more information on the conference, registration, schedule details, or to be a volunteer, please visit www.jci2.org or send an Email to info@jci2.org or call (301) 680-6420.

YOUNG ADULT WINTER RETREAT

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Connect, Discover, and Laugh!

YOUNG ADULT WINTER RETREAT

Camp Assiniboia

Feb. 12-14, 2010

The Faces, SDA young adults from Winnipeg, are inviting you to join them for the weekend of praise, worship, and fellowship.

CONNECT with other young adults

DISCOVER the meaning of true Christian relationship

LAUGH together (hockey, broomball, skating, archery, cross-country skiing, volleyball, sleigh rides, board games, etc.)
The cost per person is $90 + GST (includes accommodation in winterized cabins, activities, and vegetarian food)

Check us out on the Facebook (Young Adult Retreat) or contact us at youngadultretreat2010@yahoo.ca or (204) 632-4321

Deadline for registration: January 31st, 2010