GYLF AMBASSADOR SPECIAL PRAISE SERVICE IN EL SALVADOR

Published on Thursday 21st September 2017

To commemorate the International Youth Day, ambassadors of the Global Youth Leaders’ Forum organized a special praise service in El Salvador. The special praise service had hundreds of youth in attendance. The youth spent time to praise and worship God, lifting holy hands to Him. GYLF ambassador, Genesis Chicas shared the Word of God with so much power. “You have a purpose in Christ. God brought you to this planet at such a time as this for a reason,” she explained to the youth. Many gave their hearts to Christ and they left knowing they are the change in their world. Everyone signed up to be members of GYLF.


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