National Youth Conferences

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National youth gatherings where teens and their youth
workers gather for a weekend of Christ centered,
Bible based and Spirit lead worship, study sessions from
the Word. These conferences usually take place over a
Friday/Saturday weekend and at times even longer.


To serve the Local congregations (Arab/Jewish)
and the youth workers by providing a setting
where youth leaders can bring their youth, spend
time with them, where the youth can meet and
develop relationships with other youth from
around the country, spend time in worship, prayer and
study from the Word of God.

In reality the conferences are more like seminars as they are topical
and the sessions are usually all focused on one specific topic
(evangelism, apologetics, the deity of Yeshua).
The speakers are generally pastors and leaders from around the country.

The program (Overview)
Friday – Arrival, registration, games, dinner, intro, session 1 (worship and Bible
study), night activities
Saturday – Morning devotion, breakfast, morning session 2 (worship, Bible
teaching) lunch, games, session 3 (worship Bible teaching) and closing
session and goodbyes.

Targeted Audience:
Youth workers and their teenagers
ages 14-19, Israeli/Jews,
Israeli/Palestinian Arabs from all
over the country including, youth
from Ethiopian and Russian ethnical

Spread the Gospel and Grow the Body:
The youth attending the conferences primarily come from believing families;
nevertheless we don’t assume that they themselves are believers.

The conferences are seeker friendly and a great
setting for youth to invite non-believing friends to participate. The gospel is clearly
presented to encourage and strengthen the faith of the believers and to challenge
and exhort non-believers. The youth leaders attending the conference are then
encouraged to use the materials and topics presented at the conference and expand
on it in their congregational settings, thereby encouraging growth within the




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