The 5th United Youth 4 Christ Conference – Minnesota

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The United Youth 4 Christ Conference started about four years ago through the collaborated effort of nine evangelical churches serving the Oromo, Eritrean and Amharic speaking communities. The heart of our vision was to use our faith to go beyond our differences in language, ethnicity, experiences etc., including man made barriers, to work together to make a difference in the lives of the next generation – the youth!

Our belief is it is through forgiveness and reconciliation and clear vision for the future that we will be able to change the hostility and division that seems to beset our communities and raise a generation of young people who are able to go beyond themselves to make a lasting impact in their communities. We have received unprecedented support from the various churches and the community. To date, we have been able to host four youth conferences and make a difference in hundreds of youths in our cities. We’ve seen lives changed, drug habits broken, and kids commit their lives to worth-while causes.

For more information, please visit our website at www.unitedyouth4christ.org. You can also call me on my cell at (612) 670-7915 and I will be happy to answer any question you may have.

At United Youth 4 Christ our aim is to raise a generation of young people who are on fire for God and will reach out to their generation with the powerful gospel of Jesus Christ.

Services we provide:

Annual Christ centered youth conferences filled with the Presence of God.
Sound Biblical teachings from the Word of God.
Awesome worship.
Time of fellowship with other youth with the same passion.
Opportunity for outreach and service to others.
Prayer and intercession for youth ministers, parents and youth in our communities.
and much much more …

Up Coming Events!
5th United Youth 4 Christ Conference
June 16 – 19, 2011
Trinity Lutheran Congregation
Augsburg College
2011 Riverside Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55454

Fifth UY4C Conference Poster 2011click here