Church Urges Christian Youth to 'Inspire, Initiate, Impact'

Published 14 November 2017  |  
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A summit, held in Mumbai, called upon the Christian youth of the country to be vibrant in their faith and witness to a world that is becoming more skeptical and depressive.

The National Baptist Youth Leaders' Summit 2017 was held in Dimapur from Oct. 26 to 29 under the banner 'Inspire, Initiate, Impact'.

Nearly 185 youth leaders from across the India representing various Baptist associations and conventions attended the conference which was organized by the Baptist Youth Fellowship India (BYFI) in partnership with India Mission Coordination Committee (IMCC) and hosted by the Maharashtra Baptist Society (MBS).

"As generation of new life we must impact our world with the message of love, forgiveness and redemption. We are called to "inspire, Initiate and Impact," read a statement.

"We are called to live our life in witnessing, making our faith more vibrant and apparent to the world," it read.

Workshops were conducted on topics including, emerging issues confronting Christian youth today, God and career, human trafficking, and media.

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