2nd edition of Next Gen from Oct 25


Dimapur, September 29: Global Advance Nagaland Chapter is all set to bring out the second edition of NextGen Conference which is going to be held in the premise of Eastern Bible College, Dimapur. The 3-day would be held from October 25 to 27.
Speaking about the upcoming event to the media persons here at EBC, the organizers informed that through the conference, GANC will be reaching out to the pastors, womenfolk, young people and entrepreneurs and train them so that they are more effective in their ministries, life and business and reach out to more people.
Rev. D James Ngullie of King Jesus Family Church said that the conference would not only be about spirituality but also be about the social aspects and empowerment and added that this would be an endeavor to lift each other up rather than pulling down in a time when youths are frustrated and losing their identities.
The organizers further revealed that throughout the conference, free lodging would be provided to those who will be coming from far flung areas and food will also be free but each participant would have to pay a registration fee of Rs. 200. Free lodging can be provided to as many as 300 participants. It was also made clear that the gospel meetings that would be held in the evening each day throughout the conference will be open to all.
During the conference, pastors from abroad will also be there. The first edition of the programme was held in the February 2017.
Besides Rev. Ngullie, Clement Singha (Youth Director of Divine Harvest and Healing Youth Ministry), Rev. Vangpong Phom (General Secretary, NCRC), Rev. Dr. Robert Singh (senior pastor, BWC), Lanu Jamir (member, Nagaland Evangelical Mission and Welfare Society), EBC principal, Thungdemo Lotha and David Khobung (Secretary, Global Advance) were others who had addressed the media persons. (Page News Service)