A Youth Revival will begin at 7 p.m. Friday and again at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. June 14 at the Pentecostals of Santa Fe Church, 12811 FM 1764 in Santa Fe.
The event will include messages, games, food and the drama “Breaking Chains.”
“We are looking forward to seeing everything that God is going to do in these services,” said the Rev. Thomas Custer. “We believe in the young people of this community and want to see them reach their full potential in Jesus Christ. Our desire is to see the young people in our community become free from the things that try to chain them down and keep them from the plans God has for their lives. All youth are welcome.”
The cost is $10 for the weekend or $5 per service, with food included.
For details, call 979-240-5690 or 979-240-5690,
La Marque’s Abundant Life Christian Center will host its youth conference at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. June 25-27 at 601 Delany Road.
“Do you need a place for your teen to have a positive, Godly influence this summer?” said Catherine Rudolph, executive pastor of ALCC. “This will be for teens ages 12-18 and will be a power-packed weekend with guest speakers, a concert, game day, cookout, waterpark afternoon and more. It will be an opportunity for them to be inspired and find a safe place to have fun.”
For details, call 409-935-1606.
The Glory Carriers will host a gathering beginning 1 p.m. June 29 at Texas City’s Nessler Civic Center, 2010 Fifth Ave. N. The free event will include guest speaker Coriaie Wingate, a talk by Kiri Ridley and a book signing by Elvera Hill.
“In the heart of Texas City, Texas, the people of God are raising up a standard to walk in power, authority and glory to change the world,” Ridley said. “Priest Nation is a movement that is sweeping through the nations with a passion to equip the saints who desire to reign with Jesus Christ.”
For details, call 832-736-5221.
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