The third Navigate By Faith Christadelphian Youth Summit will be held on March 28th September 12th, 2020 sometime after the danger due to COVID-19 is passed at the Verdugo Hills Ecclesial Hall. This year’s summit is called “Look up! Understanding our identity beyond sexual orientation”.
The world around us today tries to define us by our sexuality. But our Father, who knows us more deeply than we even know ourselves, created us as His children and desires us to be followers of Jesus. His plan for us goes so far beyond who we are sexually attracted to!
We have planned a day of digging into God’s word together, understanding the truth about what the Bible says about homosexuality, discovering what our true identity can be, and learning to love compassionately like Jesus did to all He came to save.
We hope you can join us on
Saturday, March 28 September 12th, 2020 on a date yet to be determined beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Verdugo Hills Hall. The day will include one lecture style class, 2 class topic introductions, discussion groups, practical application suggestions, testimonies, prayer and of course good food!
Much thought, prayer and effort has been put into this Youth Summit. We would love to see you there! Also, we would ask that you pray for God’s blessing on our effort and this day! Our prayer is that it truly expresses his purpose, would be a help to all who attend and bring glory and honor to our Father and our Lord Jesus.
Navigate by Faith is a group of disciples seeking to honor the Father and our Lord Jesus Christ by loving young people in a manner that fosters deeper relationships by being real and honest, offering practical application advice and finding comfort while facing what is uncomfortable.
We strive to build trust, demonstrate empathy and compassion, and offer support and resources in order to encourage others as they take up their cross and Navigate their lives by Faith.
The road to developing a Godly character is not meant to be traveled alone. We do all this in the spirit of Galatians 6:2, “Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.”