THE GENERATION NEXT CONFERENCE IN KINSHASA

Published on Thursday 21st September 2017

The Generation Next Conference in Kinshasa was a remarkable success with over 500 youth in attendance. Replete with spirit lifting worship, dance, rap songs, spoken words and other impactful ministrations, the youth reveled in an atmosphere of ecstatic joy. GYLF Regional Leader of the Francophone Nations, Alvin Mafolo shared his personal testimony on the impact of the GYLF in his life and how youths can maximize their God given potentials, being agents of change in the world. Enthusiastic to enjoy the transcendent life, over 30 young people embraced the Lordship of Jesus. The Kinshasa province and the regions beyond will never be the same again 

GYLF Ambassadors are daily making impact in their world with the investment of their personality. 


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