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King to Ignite 2017 School Year

Be in prayer for the Ignite Conference August 23-25 on our campus with Clayton King, pastor, speaker, preacher, and founder/president of Crossroads Summer Camps, Crossroads Missions, and Clayton King Ministries.

King is a well-known speaker in churches, conferences, and leadership events, as well as running Crossroads/Clayton King Ministries, which is the non-profit organization he founded in 1995.  His ministry offers summer camps, student conferences, and leadership and coaching networks.

Pray specifically that many students will respond to the gospel and will be encouraged in their faith during these days.

Chapel services will be on Wednesday, August 23 and Friday, August 25 at 10:00 a.m. There will also be evening services on Wednesday and Thursday at 7:00 p.m. These services are open to the public.  

We are very thankful for our partnership with the FUGE Camps.

NGU hosted over 7,800 FUGE campers and counselors on our campus this summer. A total of 326 churches participated. During the summer, 144 students received Christ. In addition, 329 other students renewed their commitment to Christ and 47 surrendered to Godís call for full-time ministry.

We praise the Lord for another great summer of camp. 

 

photo credit: Baptist Courier

   

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