Community Events

Acquire the Fire at Everett

WHERE
Comcast Arena, 2000 Hewitt Ave, Everett
WHEN
Friday, May 10, 2013 to Saturday, May 11, 2013
TIME
Fri: 6pm-10pm; Sat: 8am-9:45pm

Your youth will experience 27 Hours of…

-          Biblical Teaching…practical application of scripture for everyday life that results in life change.

-          Relevant Speakers…living a godly life and successfully navigating the current culture by cutting through the lies that surround us every day.

-          Youth Leader Training…addressing current issues to empower youth workers to bring healing and restoration to the lives of their teens.

-          Parent Training…helping parents relate and address the difficult issues that teenagers face. Clear and practical teaching to help them parent their teens in a culture that is hell-bent on destroying their kids.

-          Serious Worship…creating an atmosphere of life-altering, face to face time with God.

-          Great Bands…bands who play great music AND truly live their lives as ministers of the Gospel.

-          A Compelling Drama… story-lines and characters dealing with the issues our teens experience every day in their own lives and see in the lives of their friends. They find themselves in the story and see that it is possible to find freedom in Christ.

Please call or email if you have any questions or want to get registered!  You and your youth may apply for sales/discounts!

Event Admission Fee (if any): $45.80 bowl seating, 59.80 Floor seating

Event Sponsor: Teen Mania Ministries

Phone Number: (903) 324-7301

Web Site: http://www.acquirethefire.com/christian-youth-conference-events/everett/

Public Email: nate.kurtz@teenmania.org

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