Oxygen2020

Free training event for youth & children’s ministry teams with John Mark Comer & more

Limitless, Elim’s national youth ministry, has announced the speakers for this year’s Limitless Oxygen event, a training day for youth and children’s ministry teams.

This free event will be hosted online for the first time and takes place on Saturday 10 October. Speakers include John Mark Comer from Bridgetown Church, founders of Hillsong Young and Free Pete and Laura Toggs, and Kenda Creasy Dean of Princeton Theological Seminary.

KendaCreasyDean
 

Announcing the event, Limitless National Director Tim Alford commented, “At Limitless, we love children’s and youth ministry leaders. We are so grateful for how they give the best of themselves to pass on the gospel to the next generation. These leaders are heroes!

“And that’s why we’re hosting LIMITLESS OXYGEN ONLINE - a free event designed for the whole youth and children’s team on Saturday 10 October 2020, from 9am to 4pm.”

Register your youth and children's ministry teams

The full programme is available now to view and download on the Limitless website, with sessions for children’s and youth ministry running simultaneously.

“We have a bespoke stream for those who work primarily with children, and another whose focus is on youth ministry. We hope that each church can gather with the whole of their youth or children’s team to discuss the implications of the teaching upon your ministries together in an appropriate socially-distanced way, of course!

“We pray that the day will breathe fresh life into the youth and children’s ministries in each church as their leaders seek to navigate this new world.”

Tickets to the event are completely free, but advance registration is required at limitlesselim.co.uk/oxygen

Enjoy this article? Don’t forget to share

 
 
Join Malcolm Duncan as he speaks to inspire chaplains with this message about chaplaincy and presence in a pandemic world.
Discover the latest vacancies at Elim International Centre in Malvern. Who do you know that could fill these roles?
James Glass has been appointed to the role of regional leader for the Elim churches in Scotland and north-west of England.
Delivered to your home or download in digital format, order your copy of the latest edition of Direction.
With the increasing importance of Pentecostal theology, Regents launches a community of scholars working together to promote theological research in the Pentecostal tradition.
 

Sign up to our email list to keep informed of news and updates about Elim.

 Keep Informed