About 600 young people from different cities gathered at LIVE 2015 youth conference in Perm


PERM (RUSSIA) - Last week in Perm was marked by a long-awaited event. It was here, at the New Testament Church, on January 8th through 10th, annual Youth Conference LIVE was held. The conference was attended by about 600 people from different parts of the Perm region and other Russian cities. Guests arrived from such cities as Krasnokamsk, Dobryanka, Uralskiy, Kudymkar, Kachkanar, Yekaterinburg, Izhevsk, Ufa, Omsk, Orenburg, and many others.

The speakers of the Conference were minsiters who are known for their hearts for youth and  their encouragement to youth: Alexander Khudyakov, head of youth ministry of the Pentecostal Union, youth pastor of the New Testament Church (Perm), Vladimir Batalov, youth pastor of the Philadelphia Church (Izhevsk), Sergei Yastrzhembsky, rector of the Moscow Theological Institute , master of theology, Edward Grabovenko, Head Bishop of Pentecostal Union of Russia, David Grabovenko, vicevpresident of the students association of Oral Roberts University.

Alexander Khudyakov opened the conference preaching about successful  that ought to be started with our own homes, where God is more likely to expect faithfulness from us in small things. At the evening service Sergei Yastrzhembsky told us about God, who wrote a book about life that is colorful and amazing, unlike any other. And this life is yours!

The second day of the conference began with a sermon of pastor Edward Grabovenko about the last time and events that precede the second coming of Jesus Christ, at the end of which he made an altar call to youth about the restoration of relations with God and faith in the impossible.

In the second service Vladimir Batalov inspired youth to serve the global church, which would become possible, when you pay the price of commitment. Once again the evening service was given to Sergei Yastrzhembsky. His second sermon touched on the topic of human life, as a display of God's calling, in which one can find freedom.

At the final service of the last day of the conference, David Grabovenko challenged the youth to grasp the vision of God, and believe that with Him all things are possible.

A panel discussion with the speakers was the final point of the annual youth conference LIVE 2015. Sergei Yastrzhembsky and David Grabovenko shared on success and its criteria, as well as their personal experiences to achieve it.

All three days of the conference were undoubtedly a blessed time for each participant. Do not miss Youth Conference LIVE 2016, which will take place on January 4-6, 2016!