GBYOUTH DISCIPLE NOW 2019
Welcome to GBYouth’s Disciple NOW Winter 2019! Disciple Now (DNow) is a weekend retreat designed to refresh and recharge middle and high school students. Students will enjoy small and large group study, exciting worship, the most amazing rec and the coolest teens around! Students will spend the weekend in host-homes and on the GBC campus. It is one of our favorite moments of the year and we hope that you will plan to be a part!
FEATURING STEPHEN DERVAN AND CROSSING 47!
HIGH SCHOOL LADIES:
KIRBY & MISTY KITCHENS - 5111 Old Dawson Road, Albany
MIDDLE SCHOOL LADIES:
TOM & MARANDA WRIGHT - 5009 Grandview Drive, Albany
HIGH SCHOOL MEN:
BRYAN & AMY HAYNES - 2513 Fox Ridge Drive, Albany
MIDDLE SCHOOL MEN:
TREY & SHENA PIPPIN - 4421 LaCosta Drive, Albany
229. 344.6062 Shena
$55 FOR THE WEEKEND
MEDICAL WAIVER REQUIRED
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THE “WHY” BEHIND THE “NOW”: Why we do events like Disciple Now
We take great care in crafting the most engaging events for our students. Events like DNow provide several benefits for our teens:
First, GBYouth events provide opportunities for healthy, social interaction. By design, peer connection is most important to the teenage brain. It is in adolescence that he or she is honing important communication skills, learning teamwork and cooperation, as well as social etiquette. Events like DNow provide various types of engagement for students to grow together with their friends.
Second and more importantly, GBYouth events provide opportunities for spiritual refreshment and renewal. A weekend retreat is just that, a retreat from the day to day—to unplug from the world and plug-in to God. DNow gives us (leaders) valuable time to connect with your child and encourage them in their walk with The LORD.
Finally, our events are part of our ministry’s missiology, in that, they provide unique opportunities to invite others to enjoy with us in the fellowship of The LORD. (1 John 1.3-4) Many who have joined our student body over the years were introduced to GBYouth through events such as DNow.