GYLF HELD IT'S FIRST MUSICAL CONCERT IN INDIA

Published on Thursday 21st September 2017

The Global Youth Leaders Forum held its first musical concert in India. It was a wonderful opportunity for young people to glorify God and express their love for him through music and dance. The leader of the GYLF Asia Region, Pooja Anchan welcomed the youth to the event, encouraging them to take advantage of praise, and to make the most from the event. The youth were thrilled with wonderful ministrations by members of the GYLF; there were also several dance presentations by various groups from across the country. They learnt the importance of ministering to God through music and were reminded of their purpose in life, leading to many experiencing the joy of salvation. This rendezvous was the first of its kind in India and the young people were inspired to use everything they have to preach the gospel and to always take advantage of the power of praise.


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