Holy Trinity provides fun and Christian education at Youth Conference

Holy Trinity provides fun and Christian education at Youth Conference
August 27
00:00 2015

In above photo: The Christian rap group the Tribe of Judah sets a positive tone for the Youth Conference at Holy Trinity Full Gospel Fellowship Center on Aug. 22. Tribe of Judah members (L-R) are Akeem (with glasses on), Tony and Harmony. (Submitted Photo)

By Timothy Ramsey

For The Chronicle

On Saturday, Aug. 22, the Holy Trinity Full Gospel Fellowship Center, 5307 Peters Creek Parkway in Winston Salem, held the first part of its annual Youth Conference with the theme “As He works, watch me work,” derived from Philippians 2:12-13. 

The conference included children from the church as well as the surrounding neighborhoods, ranging from elementary to high school students.

The events of Saturday included a spelling bee, a “Let’s Make a Deal Game Show,” “106 & Park” Gospel edition, as well as a panel discussion addressing many issues youth face on a daily basis. 

There was also a performance from the church Christian rap group The Tribe of Judah, which set a positive tone for the day’s events.

This years’ theme of “As He works, watch me work,” focused on the need for young people to understated the importance of working to achieve positive results and use the good that God has instilled within us, church officials said.

“God is working within us to will and do of his good pleasure,” said Darrell Jeter, a youth leader and assistant minister with the church. 

Saturday’s panel discussion was thought-provoking and enabled the children to engage with the panelists on issues such as dealing with bullies at school, relationships with their parents and putting forth maximum efforts in every endeavor they encounter in everyday life. 

Panelist Joseph Miller broke into tears while expressing his views on the importance of hard work to the children. 

The spelling bee was called exciting, and the Christian artist shown in the “106 & Park” Gospel edition opened the young people’s eyes to an artist with a positive message and godly views.

The conference has been in existence for over a decade and has recently transitioned into a two-day event, which concluded Sunday with activities such as the youth “on fleek” for Christ Sunday service with a mock talk show, games for the children and school supplies donated by church members for the children for the new school year.

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