South Louisiana Spiritual Revival for Teens
BATON ROUGE, LA. – The annual South Louisiana Teen Prayer Conference took place on Jan. 29, 2022, in Baton Rouge at the Seventh-day Adventist Church, drawing young people from across Louisiana and a few guests from East Texas as well. The theme was “Making a Difference,” and Werner Gil, pastor, encouraged and challenged the teens to get F.A.T. (Faithful, Available and Teachable) by being M.A.D. (Making A Difference) in their everyday lives. Following the worship service, presenters Ross Harris, Ken Blundell and David Farmer presented the challenge of following some of the church pioneers in “Making a Difference.” After each presentation, the young people attended breakout sessions where an adult group leader facilitated their group’s discussion on how to make a difference in your own life in this present time. The key thought was to get the wisdom that God will give you when you ask, to know when, where and how to make a difference in the world around you.
The event was hosted by Lanette Bieber, Prayer Ministries director, with Michael Cerda and the Baton Rouge Church Ministry team. Delicious meals were provided, and there was great engagement and fellowship. Beautiful music was presented by the very talented Jefferson Christian Academy Handbell Choir from Jefferson, Tex. They also provided song services and mini-concerts throughout the day and performed the program’s theme song from Hebrews 10:25-26.
By Tracy Francis