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WELCOME TO GYC! I want to extend a warm welcome to all of you. It is each one of you who, through the grace of God, makes GYC so meaningful year after year. Our theme for GYC this year is Fill Me: Our Earnest Plea. Someone once said that, as human beings, we receive God’s grace like a thirsty beggar who fills a little cup under a waterfall. I love this image because it declares that our God has more than enough of His Spirit to fill us. Only those who know God’s love, who have encountered the power of His indwelling Spirit, can share the Psalmist’s experience when he attests, “my cup runneth over.” (Psalm 23:5). You will notice two voices in our theme. The first one is first person singular. Fill me with your Holy Spirit. And that request is vitally important because, in the end, it doesn’t matter how many young people fill an auditorium each night. What matters is that each one is confronted with the claims of Jesus for our lives, to sense the calling of His Spirit, and embrace His saving righteousness. Otherwise, what happens this weekend will just be words, songs, and programming–and these won’t change your heart. Notice, too, the first person plural in our slogan: Our Earnest Plea. Our, as in us, all of us together, a corporate body of young adults who want to share Jesus Christ with the world. And isn’t that what we all want to do? Remember the name Danica May Camacho? She was the seven billionth person born earlier this year in the Philippines. Seven billion. And Jesus died for every one of them. They need to know about Jesus. They need to know about His love that emptied all of Heaven for them. His grace that can heal their every wound, His power to save them to the uttermost. And God has called us, as a corporate body, to tell them. But we, as individuals or a corporate body, cannot fulfill this commission without the infilling of the Holy Spirit working in our lives. “Lord, fill me with your Holy Spirit.” This is our hope. This is our prayer for GYC. A prayer, I believe, God will always answer. May the Lord bless our time together. Justin McNeilus, GYC President

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CONTENTS

PROGRAM SPIRIT OF GYC >

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GENERAL >

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SCHEDULE >

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CONFERENCE INFORMATION >

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SEMINAR SCHEDULE >

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SMALL GROUPS >

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SEMINAR SUBJECTS >

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TOTALCHURCH >

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PRESENTERS >

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APPENDIX EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE >

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS >

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ABOUT >

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LEGAL >

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MAPS >

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DISTRIBUTION OF LITERATURE Any pamphlets, books, leaflets, DVDs, CDs or any other material may not be distributed to GYC attendees without the express, written permission of the Executive Committee of GYC.

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SPIRIT OF GYC In seeking to uphold the distinctive message of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, GYC will promote among its participants:

A RESPECT FOR SCRIPTURE

as the foundation and test of all teachings and practices.

AN APPRECIATION FOR THE SPIRIT OF PROPHECY as an authoritative source of instruction, comfort, and warning.

A QUEST FOR BIBLICAL HOLINESS

through a daily prayer and devotional experience with Jesus and a commitment to following His Word.

A VIBRANT WORSHIP EXPERIENCE

one that is characterized by principle, reverence, and decorum.

A PASSION FOR LOST SOULS

animated by personal experience in the saving love of Jesus and a desire for His imminent return.

A CULTIVATION OF GODLY RELATIONSHIPS preserving purity and encouraging accountability.

AN EXEMPLARY AND ABUNDANT LIFESTYLE in recreation, entertainment, dress, and healthful living.

AN ENTHUSIASM FOR SERVICE

through care for the needy, service to the community, promotion of human rights, and stewardship of the environment.

A COMMITMENT TO THE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH as God’s Remnant Church, by supporting and upholding its principles, organization, and leadership.

AN ATTITUDE OF HUMILITY AND CORDIALITY

as we seek to clarify, articulate, and defend the Biblical teachings of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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Behavior of all attendees must be consistent with the principles of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Spirit of GYC. »» Reverence should be maintained in the meetings. Accordingly, please be punctual and conduct yourself appropriately at each meeting and seminar. In addition, we urge attendees to replace applause with vocal affirmations, such as “Amen”. »» Attire should reflect the professional nature of the convention. Please respect the principles of Christian modesty and simplicity. »» Name tags must be worn at all times in order to gain entrance to the seminars and general meetings (with the exception of Sabbath programming, which will be open to the public.) »» Complimentary Sabbath parking will be available to GYC attendees. Please check at the registration desk for details. »» Meal tickets are required for entrance into every meal. Meals include vegan and lacto-ovo vegetarian options. Menu items will be labeled accordingly. There will be a separate buffet line for those who have requested gluten free meals. Boxed meals will be served on Sabbath. Please don’t forget to pick up your sack breakfast at lunch on Friday, as these will not be available on Sabbath morning. Boxed lunches will be served in the dining hall during lunch on Sabbath. The dining hall will be open during both breakfast and lunch for those who would like to fellowship there (make sure to remove your trash for the benefit of the convention center waiters). »» Lost & found at the registration/information table. »» Minors must be accompanied by a responsible adult (21+) who assumes responsibility and accountability for both the safety and behavior of the minor. Fines will be incurred by attendees who damage or vandalize the facilities. »» Transportation is the responsibility of the attendee. GYC will not be providing shuttle services to/from any airports or other public transit terminals. »» Comfort and convenience are not the primary objectives of this conference due to intense nature. However, should you have any suggestions or special requests, please direct these to the appropriate GYC officer.

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SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 28

THURSDAY

DECEMBER 29

FRIDAY

DECEMBER 30

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9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Registration Open

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Opening Session

8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Registration Opens

8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

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Hall C/D (L1)

Exhibit Hall Open

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Hall A (L1)

8:15 pm – 9:00 pm

Small Groups

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Grand Ballroom (L3)

6:45 am – 7:15 am

Personal Devotions

7:30 am – 8:20 am

Morning Devotional

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Hall C/D (L1)

8:30 am – 9:30 am

Breakfast*

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Hall A3/B3 (L3)

9:45 am – 12:00 pm

Seminar Module I

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Seminar Rooms (L3)

12:15 pm – 1:15 pm

Plenary A

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Hall C/D (L1)

1:15 pm – 2:15 pm

Lunch*

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Hall A3/B3 (L3)

1:15 pm – 2:15 pm

Exhibit Hall Open

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Hall A (L1)

2:30 pm – 4:45 pm

Seminar Module II

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Seminar Rooms (L3)

5:00 pm – 6:15 pm

Exhibit Hall Open

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Hall A (L1)

6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Evening Devotional

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Hall C/D (L1)

8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Exhibit Hall Open

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Hall A (L1)

8:15 pm – 9:00 pm

Small Groups

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Grand Ballroom (L3)

6:45 am – 7:15 am

Personal Devotions

7:30 am – 8:20 am

Morning Devotional

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Hall C/D (L1)

8:30 am – 9:30 am

Breakfast*

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Hall A3/B3 (L3)

9:45 am – 12:00 pm

Seminar Module III

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Rooms (L3)

12:15 pm – 1:15 pm

Plenary A

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Hall C/D (L1)

1:15 pm – 2:15 pm

Exhibit Hall Open

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Hall A (L1)

1:15 pm – 2:15 pm

Lunch*

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Hall A3/B3 (L3)

2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Outreach

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Hall C/D (L1)

5:15 pm – 5:45 pm

Sabbath Vespers

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Hall C/D (L1)

6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Evening Devotional

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Hall C/D (L1)

8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Exhibit Hall Open

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Hall A (L1)

8:15 pm – 9:00 pm

Small Groups

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Grand Ballroom (L3)


SABBATH

DECEMBER 31

SUNDAY

JANUARY 1

6:45 am – 7:15 am

Personal Devotions

7:30 am – 8:20 am

Morning Devotional

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Hall C/D (L1)

8:30 am – 9:30 am

Breakfast*

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Hall A3/B3 (L3)

9:30 am – 10:50 am

Sabbath School

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Hall C/D (L1)

11:00 am – 12:45 pm

Worship Service

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Hall C/D (L1)

12:45 pm – 2:00 pm

Exhibit Hall Open

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Hall A (L1)

1:00 pm – 1:45 pm

Lunch*

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Hall A3/B3 (L3)

2:15 pm – 3:00 pm

totalCHURCH Plenary

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Hall C/D (L1)

3:15 pm – 5:15 pm

totalCHURCH Breakouts

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Seminar Rooms (L3)

5:15 pm – 6:15 pm

Exhibit Hall Open

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Hall A (L1)

6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Evening Devotional

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Hall C/D (L1)

8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Exhibit Hall Open

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Hall A (L1)

8:15 pm – 9:00 pm

Small Groups

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Grand Ballroom (L3)

10:00 pm – 12:00 am

New Years Prayer

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Ballroom of Americas (Hilton, 2F)

6:45 am – 7:15 am

Personal Devotions

7:30 am – 8:20 am

Morning Devotional

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Hall C/D (L1)

8:30 am – 9:15 am

Breakfast*

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Hall A3/B3 (L3)

9:30 am – 10:15 am

ECOM Panel

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Hall C/D (L1)

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Commitment Service

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MAIN MEETINGS

MEALS & EXHIBITS

ELECTIVE ACTIVITIES

*Meal is only served for the first thirty minutes of the listed time.

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CONFERENCE

THEME

Fill Me is an individual prayer for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Yet as God’s people, our individual prayers rise to heaven as a single plea—Our Earnest Plea. We need the promised gift of the Holy Spirit. Without His indispensable infilling, we cannot faithfully stand for Jesus “though the heavens fall” (Ed, 57). Without His loving guidance and power, the mission of this generation, and of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, will not be accomplished. In response to our earnest petitions—individually and corporately—God desires to pour upon His people the early and latter rains. As Jesus stated, “If you then, being evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask Him!” (Luke 11:13). Indeed, “the Spirit awaits our demand and reception” (COL, 121). “It is the privilege of the church to have it now,” and we are counseled to “seek for it, pray for it, believe for it” (RH March 19, 1895). As God’s clarion call for revival and reformation echoes from the world leaders of our church, this is a most opportune moment for the outpouring of the Spirit of Jesus upon His people. “Could there be a convocation of all the churches of earth, the object of their united cry should be for the Holy Spirit” (MR 2, 24). GYC 2011 is such a convocation. Fill Me: Our Earnest Plea.

PURPOSE

The gift of the Holy Spirit is vital for a saving relationship with Jesus Christ and is absolutely essential for God’s people to hasten the Second Coming of Jesus (Matthew 24:14; 2 Peter 3:12). Thus, the great need of the church is revived and reformed men and women who, by the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the early and latter rains, cooperate with Jesus Christ in taking the Everlasting Gospel to the entire world. During Fill Me: Our Earnest Plea, we seek to understand, desire, experience, and share the gift of the Holy Spirit. i. Understand. Discover the biblical teaching about the Holy Spirit, His work, revival and reformation, and the significance of the early and latter rains for this generation in light of the soon return of Jesus Christ. ii. Desire. Allow God to arouse a desire for experimental religion, a daily walking with Jesus Christ through the guidance of the Holy Spirit. iii. Experience. Learn the biblical prerequisites for receiving the Holy Spirit and practical steps for experiencing the power of the Holy Spirit, His reviving presence, and His transforming work through Bible study, intentional prayer, and total surrender. iv. Share. Explore biblical models for sharing, through the leading of the Holy Spirit, the saving gift of Jesus Christ and the message of revival and reformation in expectation of the hastened return of the Savior.

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THE CENTRAL ISSUES

Jesus is central. While Fill Me: Our Earnest Plea is Holy Spirit oriented, the centrality of Christ, His atoning sacrifice, and His current heavenly ministry serve as the organizing foci of this conference. Jesus introduced the Holy Spirit to His disciples as the One who would speak of Christ (John 15:26), lifting up Jesus and glorifying Him (John 16:12–15). When the Holy Spirit was poured into the lives of the disciples, Peter in his Pentecost sermon identified the death, resurrection, and exaltation of Jesus as the game-changing historical events which precipitated the fulfillment of the promise of Joel 2 (Acts 2:32– 35; AA, 37–38). In the New Testament, the Holy Spirit ministers in the shadow of Jesus. Scripture study and prayer are essential. “Could there be a convocation of all the churches of earth, the object of their united cry should be for the Holy Spirit” (MS 2, 24). The Holy Spirit is given in direct response to prayer (Luke 11:13; Acts 1:14; 4:31; COL, 121), prayer inspired by the careful study of Scripture and resulting, through the power of the Holy Spirit, in the bold proclamation of God’s Word (Acts 2; 4:31). Every conference gathering will consists principally of two essential components: the study and proclamation of God’s Word; and personal and corporate prayer. Evangelism is non-negotiable. The work of the Holy Spirit is entirely salvific, and the individual or church endowed with His presence is propelled into active soul-winning. “You will receive power,” Jesus told His disciples, “when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses” (Acts 1:8). “That they might have success in their work they were to be given the power of the Holy Spirit” (AA, 17). Just as were the disciples on the Day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit today fills God’s people with love for Jesus and “those for whom He died” (AA, 22). As we pray for the infilling of the Holy Spirit, we recognize He must empower us for evangelism.

SEMINARS

The seminars at Fill Me: Our Earnest Plea are organized in three modules: The Foundation, The Understanding, and The Practice. Take some time now, at the beginning of the conference, to prayerfully select one seminar from each module. i. The Foundation (Thursday, 9:15am – 12:00pm): Uncover the biblical building blocks of a renewed, Spirit-filled life. Seminars in this module provide a solid foundational understanding of the conference theme, Fill Me: Our Earnest Plea. ii. The Understanding (Thursday, 2:30pm – 2:45pm): Deepen your understanding of the Holy Spirit and His work. Seminars in this module explore a variety of relevant issues related to the Holy Spirit, His ministry, and His transforming mission lived out in our lives. iii. The Practice (Friday, 9:15pm – 12:00pm): Intensely practical, seminars in this module apply important biblical teachings of the Holy Spirit to specific areas of Christian life and witness.

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SEMINARS

MODULE I

THURSDAY 9:45 AM – 12:00 PM

CONFORMATION OR TRANSFORMATION? DOUG BATCHELOR

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GENERAL ASSEMBLY B

SECRETS OF REVIVAL AND REFORMATION STEPHEN BOHR

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351 ABCDEF

OUR GREATEST NEED DARYL CHENG, BERENICE CHENG

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371 AD

GOD BREATHES BOOKS CHESTER CLARK III

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352 DEF

THE LONG AWAITED ADVENTIST REVIVAL RON CLOUZET

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320 ABCDEF

REVIVAL & REFORMATION: GOD’S WAY GANOUNE DIOP

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350 DEF

THE SPIRIT-SATURATED LIFE ROY GANE

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330 AB

INDWELLING VALMY KAREMERA, DANIEL MCGRATH

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370 BCEF

WHAT, AND WHO, ARE YOU PRAYING FOR? DWAYNE LEMON

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360 BCEF

LIVING ON “E” ANNIE MORGAN

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361 BCEF

THE TEST OF THE SPIRIT IVOR MYERS

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362 ABCDEF

THE GIFT: THE 2ND COMING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT > DWIGHT NELSON

GENERAL ASSEMBLY C

THE LOVE FACTOR VIKRAM PANCHAL, SEBASTIEN BRAXTON

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310 ABCDEF

WHAT ON EARTH IS HE WAITING ON? WES PEPPERS

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371 BCEF

THE HOLY SPIRIT–FOUNDATIONAL PRINCIPLES > JEFFREY ROSARIO, DAVID ASSCHERICK

GENERAL ASSEMBLY A

JEROBOAM VERSUS HEZEKIAH KARL TSATALBASIDIS

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361 AD

WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN? AND WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR? JORGE BAUTE

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381 ABC

CALLING THE FAITHFUL ALAN PARKER, STEVE NELSON

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340 AB

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MODULE II

THURSDAY 2:20 PM – 4:45 PM

VICTORIOUS OVERCOMERS DOUG BATCHELOR

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GENERAL ASSEMBLY B

THE FIRST AND LAST PENTECOST STEPHEN BOHR

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351 ABCDEF

RE-EVOLUTION DARYL CHENG, BERENICE CHENG

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371 AD

ARE WE READING THE SAME BOOK? CHESTER CLARK III

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352 DEF

CONDITIONS & HINDRANCES FOR SPIRIT FILLING > RON CLOUZET

320 ABCDEF

REVIVAL & REFORMATION: GOD’S PERSPECTIVE > GANOUNE DIOP

350 DEF

THE SPIRIT &THE SANCTUARY:SEALED FOR SERVICE > ROY GANE

330 AB

ISSUES THAT DIVIDE VALMY KAREMERA, DANIEL MCGRATH

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370 BCEF

THE SANCTUARYANDTHE EARLY & LATTER RAINS DWAYNE LEMON

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360 BCEF

THE WOUNDED HEALER ANNIE MORGAN

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361 BCEF

THE POWER OF THE SPIRIT IVOR MYERS

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362 ABCDEF

THE GIFT: ELLEN WHITE, THE SPIRIT, & CRITICS > DWIGHT NELSON

GENERAL ASSEMBLY C

DISCIPLESHIP: REVOLUTION VIKRAM PANCHAL, SEBASTIEN BRAXTON

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WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU WAITING FOR? WES PEPPERS

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371 BCEF

THE HOLY SPIRIT–THEOLOGICAL REALITIES JEFFREY ROSARIO, DAVID ASSCHERICK

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GENERAL ASSEMBLY A

THEOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR WORSHIP > AND SPIRITUALITY KARL TSATALBASIDIS

361 AD

THE CALL TO PERSISTENT PRAYER JORGE BAUTE

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381 ABC

CALL IT ANYTHING BUT LOVE NICOLE PARKER, SAMANTHA NELSON

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340 AB

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SEMINARS

MODULE III

FRIDAY 9:45 PM – 12:00 PM

THE GREATEST NEED DOUG BATCHELOR

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GENERAL ASSEMBLY B

THE CROSS, THE SPIRIT, AND YOUR WITNESS STEPHEN BOHR

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351 ABCDEF

RE-FORMATION DARYL CHENG, BERENICE CHENG

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371 AD

HELP FOR OPEN MINDS CHESTER CLARK III

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352 DEF

HOLY SPIRIT POWER FOR LAST-DAY EVENTS RON CLOUZET

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320 ABCDEF

REVIVAL & REFORMATION: END-TIME PROPHECIES > GANOUNE DIOP

350 DEF

HOW TO RECEIVE THE FINAL SEAL OF SALVATION > ROY GANE

330 AB

WISHFUL THINKING? VALMY KAREMERA, DANIEL MCGRATH

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370 BCEF

PREPARATION FOR THE LATTER RAIN DWAYNE LEMON

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360 BCEF

REACHING THE HEART OF A BROKEN WORLD > ANNIE MORGAN

361 BCEF

THE RESULT OF THE SPIRT IVOR MYERS

362 ABCDEF

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THE GIFT: TASTE THEM AGAIN FOR THE FIRST TIME > DWIGHT NELSON

GENERAL ASSEMBLY C

DISCIPLESHIP: EXPLOSION VIKRAM PANCHAL, SEBASTIEN BRAXTON

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310 ABCDEF

WHAT ON EARTH ARE WE WAITING ON? WES PEPPERS

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371 BCEF

THE HOLY SPIRIT–APOLOGETIC ISSUES JEFFREY ROSARIO, DAVID ASSCHERICK

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GENERAL ASSEMBLY A

PRACTICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR WORSHIP AND SPIRITUALITY KARL TSATALBASIDIS

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361 AD

TEACH US TO PRAY–THE MODEL FOR PRAYER > JORGE BAUTE

381 ABC

THE BROKEN IMAGE NICOLE PARKER, SAMANTHA NELSON

340 AB

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SMALL GROUPS Small groups is an opportunity to meet with other like-minded people from your local conference and nearby churches. Through prayer, discussion, and fellowship, you can develop friendships that will continue to strengthen through accountability and encouragement when you go home. At this conference, we will provide Mark Finley’s Ten Days In the Upper Room to every attendee for discussion during our small group sessions.

WHERE & WHEN Join

us Wednesday through Sabbath from 8:15pm to 9:00pm in the Grand Ballroom.

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MODULE I

THE FOUNDATION 1. Conformation or Transformation? Doug Batchelor God longs to fill you with the Holy Spirit, but are you ready to receive the promised One? Join Elder Batchelor to uncover the often ignored biblical prerequisites for receiving the fullness of the Holy Spirit. 2. Secrets of Revival and Reformation Stephen Bohr What steps must be taken in order to be filled with the Spirit? Join Elder Bohr for an in-depth examination of the biblical foundations for revival and reformation. 3. Our Greatest Need Daryl Cheng, Berenice Cheng He did it before. He can do it again. But will it happen again? “The work of God can never be finished until the men and women comprising our church membership rally to the work” (9T, 116). Learn how God’s utilizes small group fellowship to prepare His people for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. 4. God Breathes Books Chester Clark Study the Seventh-day Adventist biblical understanding of inspiration and revelation to learn better how God communicates truth. Though it may seem elementary, this understanding is the foundation of proper Scriptural interpretation! 5. The Long-Awaited Adventist Revival Ron Clouzet What’s the story of missed opportunities for the latter-day revival by the church? What does it take to experience personal and church revival? What will revival by the Holy Spirit look like in the church? Discover the answers to these questions and more as Dr. Clouzet relates a fascinating and inspiring Bible and Spirit of Prophecy filled story that will bring conviction and surrender to your heart. 6. Revival and Reformation: God’s Way Ganoune Diop The church is awash in talk of revival and reformation. Yet what is revival and reformation? Join Dr. Diop for an in-depth, comprehensive exploration of the biblical and theological foundations for revival and reformation. 7. The Spirit-Saturated Life Roy Gane An entire church inundated with the Holy Spirit. Could it happen again? Join Dr. Gane for an enthralling journey from the book of Acts to the second chapter of Joel to uncover the biblical mandate for a Spirit-filled life. 8. Indwelling Valmy Karemera, Daniel McGrath Who is the Holy Spirit? What does He want to do in my life? Delve into Scripture to learn of the nature, person, and work of the Holy Spirit. Discover the biblical prerequisites for the filling of the Spirit. Learn how to allow the Holy Spirit to continually dwell in your heart, moving and working in your life in a powerful way for God’s glory and the manifestation of His character on planet earth. 9. What, and Who, Are You Praying For? Dwayne Lemon What is the role of prayer in preparing for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit? Join Mr. Lemon and discover in Scripture the necessity of praying daily for the Promise as you study the work, nature, and power of the Holy Spirit.

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10. Living on “E” Annie Morgan It hurts to be empty. It’s hard to be alone. Yet not only is God speaking to us through the pain, He is also leading us to the only place where we can receive the fullest outpouring of His Holy Spirit: the place of utter helplessness and emptiness. Discover the thrill of “living on E” where all your comfort comes from Jesus. 11. The Test of the Spirit Ivor Myers What does it mean to be filled with the Spirit? Be illuminated through a study of the parable of the ten virgins. 12. The Gift: The Second Coming of the Holy Spirit Dwight Nelson There will be no second coming of Jesus without first the second coming of the Holy Spirit. So what will it take for the Spirit’s second coming to take place? And what needs to be happening in my life and God’s church for us to be filled to the max with Him? It may not be as complicated as you first thought. 13. The Love Factor Vikram Panchal, Sebastien Braxton Loving fellowship enabled the disciples of Christ to receive the Holy Spirit on Pentecost. Discover how this life changing principle opens our lives to the Holy Spirit today. 14. What on Earth Is HE Waiting On? Wes Peppers Nearly 2000 years after Pentecost, the church still has not received the latter rain. Why is God waiting? Or is He ready to pour out the Holy Spirit, but we’re not? Who is waiting on whom? Discover what it takes to be filled with the Holy Spirit. Not just for a moment. Filled until Jesus returns. 15. The Holy Spirit—Foundational Principles Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick Is the Holy Spirit a “He” or an “It”? What does the Bible say? Gain a clear understanding from Scripture foundational topics such as the triune nature of God, the person-hood of the Spirit, and the divinity of Jesus Christ. 16. Jeroboam Versus Hezekiah Karl Tsatalbasidis Jereboam made one bad decision. The result? Israel was decimated by Assyria. Hezekiah made one good decision. The result? Judah was delivered from the Assyrians. Encounter the decision that affects theology, worship, administration, evangelism—and destiny. 17. What Does It All Mean? And What Are We Waiting For? Jorge Baute What does it mean to be filled with the Holy Spirit? What does it look like? How will I know when this experience has taken place? We keep hearing about the falling of the Holy Spirit upon God’s people in great power. When will this take place? Why hasn’t it happened yet? 18. Calling the Faithful Alan Parker, Steve Nelson A Spirit-less church is a lifeless church. Yet there is hope for even dead churches. Discover in Revelation the encouraging message of the Spirit’s urgent desire to give life.

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MODULE II

THE UNDERSTANDING 1. Victorious Overcomers Doug Batchelor Do you long to have the experience of Paul? “I have been crucified with Christ,” the apostle declared, “and I live; yet no longer I, but Christ lives in me” (Gal 2:20). Discover how the still-available power of the Holy Spirit assists every believer in overcoming all cultivated and inherited tendencies toward sin. 2. The First and Last Pentecost Stephen Bohr Fifty days after Jesus rose from the tomb, the Holy Spirit was poured out in His fullness on Pentecost. According to Scripture, it will happen again prior to the soon return of Jesus. Join Elder Bohr to uncover the secrets of the first Pentecost and discover the truth of the last Pentecost. 3. Re-Evolution Daryl Cheng, Berenice Cheng Filled with the Holy Spirit, early Christian church life was centered around small groups. Journey back to the beginning—the book of Acts—to discover how to establish vibrant, biblical small groups. 4. Are We Reading the Same Book? Chester Clark Does it sometimes seem like different readers draw opposite conclusions from God’s Word? Discover some of the ways that interpretive approaches lead to vastly different outcomes. 5. Conditions and Hindrances for Spirit Filling Ron Clouzet What is Spirit infilling, and how does it differ from Spirit baptism? What hinders the reception of God’s Spirit in our lives? Learn the seven conditions for receiving the Holy Spirit and how you can fulfill them in this very practical study. 6. Revival and Reformation: God’s Perspective Ganoune Diop What does God expect of His people, especially of those living just prior to the second coming? Through a study of Israel and Judah, this powerful Bible study will bring you face-to-face with what matters most to God. 7. The Spirit and the Sanctuary: Sealed for Service Roy Gane To receive the Holy Spirit, the High Priest invites His people to step into the most holy place. There the Spirit pours love into their hearts, motivating and empowering them to unreserved devotion to Jesus Christ and His work of saving others. Discover the Holy Spirit’s work of placing God’s seal of permanent ownership on His people. 8. Issues that Divide Valmy Karemera, Daniel McGrath Why are Christians fighting among themselves? Why are controversial issues threatening to divide my church? Learn of the dangers of compromising principle for a false, synthetic unity. Uncover the difference between fundamental and surface differences. Discover how the Holy Spirit works to bring true unity among God’s people.

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9. The Sanctuary and the Early and Latter Rains Dwayne Lemon The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a prophetic, eschatological movement. Ascertain the incredible prophetic significance of the early and latter rains for God’s remnant people. 10. The Wounded Healer Annie Morgan God’s incredible love reaches to every point of human temptation and suffering and melts away the barriers of fear. Dive into the lengths, depths, and heights of the perfect love of a Savior who not only dies for our sins, but also suffers in our pain. 11. The Power of the Spirit Ivor Myers What should we expect from a Spirit-filled life? Discover how to work in harmony with God as the Holy Spirit leads you to a transformed, empowered life. 12. The Gift: Ellen White, the Holy Spirit, and the Critics Dwight Nelson If the Holy Spirit gave her the Gift, then is it any surprise that the unholy spirit is seeking to destroy the Gift? What was Ellen White really like? And how can I intelligently respond to her cyberspace critics? Check out the fruits for yourself. It may not be as complicated as you first thought. 13. Discipleship: Revolution Vikram Panchal, Sebastien Braxton By following the Great Commission, the disciples turned the world upside down. The same can happen today. The revolution can begin anew. 14. What on Earth Are YOU Waiting On? Wes Peppers God’s greatest longing is to give His people the Holy Spirit to bring about revival and reformation in His church. Yet what will Holy Spirit revival look like in my life? What specific transformations will the Spirit bring about in the church? How can I be sure I receive the latter rain when it is poured out? Discover the answers and be prepared. 15. The Holy Spirit—Theological Realities Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick In the New Testament, the Holy Spirit ministers in the shadow of Jesus. Join pastors Rosario and Asscherick as they shine a light on the Holy Spirit, His role, and His ministry through a study of the Old Testament, New Testament, and the writings of Ellen White. 16. Theological Foundations for Worship and Spirituality Karl Tsatalbasidis Do you long to worship God? Join Elder Tsatalbasidis for a biblical understanding of worship and spirituality in contrast to the two great erroneous worship presuppositions that have dogged Christianity for centuries. 17. The Call to Persistent Prayer Jorge Baute Join Elder Baute for an in-depth look at what the Bible teaches about prayer. What exactly is prayer? How does it work? Is praying once for something enough? Discover biblical answers that will transform your prayer life. 18. Call It Anything But Love Nicole Parker, Samantha Nelson Abuse. It happens in the church. Yet discover how the amazing power of God’s intervening grace brings the healing and wholeness.

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MODULE III

THE PRACTICE 1. The Greatest Need Doug Batchelor Authentic Christianity is synonymous with a Spirit-filled life. Explore practical, biblical principles for seeking and receiving the Holy Spirit for victorious, faithful living. 2. The Cross, the Spirit, and Your Witness Stephen Bohr Without the death of Christ there would have been no outpouring of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost. Without the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, the early Christian church would have been impotent. Discover the indivisible relationship between Christ’s death, the outpouring of the Spirit, and power to witness. 3. Re-Formation Daryl Cheng, Berenice Cheng Can my church really impact my community with the Gospel? Learn how to create small group meetings that are evangelistically focused. Transform your church, and community, with a Spirit-led, biblical small group ministry model. 4. Help for Open Minds Chester Clark Gain practical suggestions and methods for careful and systematic Bible study. Enrich your devotional experience and prepare to help others see the Bible’s beautiful teachings. 5. Holy Spirit Power for Last-Day Events Ron Clouzet What is the nature of the false revival? What is the danger of the Charismatic movement infiltrating the church? What does it mean to have Spirit power to do the work of God at the time of the end? What will be the manifestations of the Spirit at the end? Your eyes will be opened to what lies ahead in this not-to-be-missed study. 6. Revival and Reformation: End-Time Prophecies Ganoune Diop “When the book of Daniel and Revelation are better understood, believers will have an entirely different religious experience” (TM, 115). Within the pages of the great prophetic books is found the secret to a victorious, second coming oriented life. 7. How to Receive the Final Seal of God’s Salvation Roy Gane How can I be sealed by the Holy Spirit? Discover the answer to this all-important question as you delve into Ezekiel 9, the Elijah message in Malachi 4, and the three angels’ messages of Revelation 14. 8. Wishful Thinking? Valmy Karemera, Daniel McGrath As Seventh-day Adventists, achieving unity with other denominations and religions can only be wishful thinking. But what about within our own church? Discover how to achieve biblical unity in a diverse, worldwide church. Learn practical principles for engaging in fulfilling Christ’s desire for oneness in His remnant people.

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9. Preparation for the Latter Rain Dwayne Lemon Is receiving the Holy Spirit hit or miss? Or does God invite me to partner with Him in preparing for the latter rain outpouring of the Holy Spirit? Discover practical, biblical principles for just such a preparation. 10. Reaching the Heart of a Broken World Annie Morgan The more we experience God’s love, the more we will desire to help people who are in pain. Come learn practical ways to share the message of a Wounded Healer who is also the Wonderful Counselor and the source of all true healing. 11. The Result of the Spirit Ivor Myers You can prepare today for the latter rain. Learn practical, relevant biblical principles for aligning your life with God’s will for His remnant people. 12. The Gift: Taste Them Again for the First Time Dwight Nelson How can writings a century old possibly impact my third millennial life? And if I were serious enough to check them out, how would you suggest I begin? It may not be as complicated as you first thought. 13. Discipleship: Explosion Vikram Panchal, Sebastien Braxton Are you hungering for authentic spirituality, trying to rekindle a lost passion for Christ? Discover the biblical principles for experiencing—and sharing—the promised “Christ in you, the hope of glory” (Col 1:27). 14. What on Earth Are WE Waiting On? Wes Peppers What happens after I’m filled with the Holy Spirit? How will God use me to reach the lost inside and outside of my church? Discover there is no limit to what God can do in and through you once you’re fully surrendered to the Spirit of God. You will be a powerful agent of change in the world once the Spirit changes you. 15. The Holy Spirit—Apologetic Issues Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick The personhood of the Holy Spirit is regarded by some as unclear and, thus, somewhat controversial. In this session, examine some of the arguments and issues at stake regarding the Holy Spirit and God’s triune nature. 16. Practical Foundations for Worship and Spirituality Karl Tsatalbasidis How can I be sure I am worshipping God in an appropriate, Spirit-filled manner? Discover practical principles for authentic, biblical worship and spirituality. 17. Teach Us to Pray—The Model for Prayer Jorge Baute What does Jesus teach us about prayer? Learn vital principles from the Master Himself, visit the sanctuary to uncover the key elements of prayer, and discover biblical principles that will transform your prayer life. 18. The Broken Image Nicole Parker, Samantha Nelson It’s the ultimate expression of intimacy and commitment. Yet it is all too often distorted into an addiction and a weapon of abuse. Discover the great Miracle Worker’s ability to deliver and heal body, mind, and heart as He restores His ideal for sexual wholeness.

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PRESENTERS

PLENARY SPEAKERS Opening Session Justin McNeilus is the president and chairman of the board for GYC and previously served as the vice president for evangelism. He lives in Minnesota with his wife, Stephanie, their two cats, Dale and Karl, and their most recent addition—an English bulldog puppy named Olive. Mr. McNeilus graduated from Southern Adventist University with a degree in business administration and is currently finishing a graduate degree in banking. He works in his family’s business as a vice president of Sterling State Bank. Justin is driven by a passion to see young people involved in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Evening Devotionals Kameron DeVasher pastors in the Michigan Conference. Since graduating from Southern Adventist University in 2000, he has worked as a pastor and Bible teacher in the Idaho, Florida, and Chesapeake Conferences. Elder DeVasher recently completed his M.A. in Religion and enjoys studying the Bible, writing, and spending time in the great outdoors with his wife, Emilie, and their 17-month old son, Henry. Morning Devotionals Charissa Fong is from Sydney, Australia. She began preaching at age 16 after dreaming for years of being a public evangelist. A graduate education student, Miss Fong is committed to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ and maintains a busy preaching schedule in Australia. Divine Service Dwight Nelson has been the senior pastor of the Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University since 1983. He is the speaker of the “New Perceptions” telecast and authored the 2012 devotional book, The Chosen. Dr. Nelson and his wife, Karen, are parents to two young adults. Sunday Charge Sebastien Braxton is the assistant director of training for CAMPUS (Center for Adventist Ministry to Public University Students), Michigan Conference’s public university campus ministry, as well as a general vice president of GYC, and the director of STRIDE, a missionary training program located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mr. Braxton conducts monthly lectures at Harvard University on subjects such as the uniqueness and validity of the Bible, the pillars of Seventhday Adventist doctrine, and Christ’s method to soul winning. Thursday Plenary Janet Page is the ministerial associate for prayer and pastoral families for the world church. Passionate about knowing Jesus and sharing Him with others, she previously served as prayer, women’s, and pastoral spouses ministries director in the Pennsylvania and Central California conferences. Mrs. Page’s husband, Jerry, is the ministerial secretary for the world church. The mother of two sons, she has two grandsons. Friday Plenary Jan-Harry Cabungcal is a neuroscientist by profession, but soul-winning is his life passion. As the evangelism coordinator for Europe 4 Jesus, Dr. Cabungcal works to inspire and equip young people for the work of his Lord, Jesus Christ. Sabbath School Sean Reed pastors in the Georgia-Cumberland Conference and is the vice president for programming for GYC. A graduate of Southern Adventist University and Andrews University, Pastor Reed and his wife, Linda, are the happy parents of a wide-eyed four month old baby boy, Gavin.

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SEMINAR SPEAKERS David Asscherick is co-director of Light Bearers and co-founder of ARISE. His fifteen years of ministry have taken him around the globe to preach and teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Elder Asscherick is the author of God In Pain: Another Look at Evil, Suffering, and the Cross. He and his wife of thirteen years, Violeta, are the happy parents of two boys, Landon and Jabel. Doug Batchelor is the president and speaker for Amazing Facts Ministries and the senior pastor of the Sacramento Central Church. His weekly call-in radio program, Bible Answers Live, is heard on more than 325 stations in North America. The author of numerous books and articles, Elder Batchelor is known for his down-to-earth approach and spontaneous humor. He and his wife, Karen, have five children. Jorge Baute is an ordained minister and teacher at Ouachita Hills. Prior to joining the college and academy faculty, he served for ten years as a pastor in the Kansas-Nebraska and Carolina conferences. Elder Baute also ministered for two years as an academy chaplain and Bible teacher at Enterprise Academy. He and his wife, SueEllen, have two children, Joshua and Sarah. Stephen Bohr is the senior pastor of the Fresno Central Seventh-day Adventist Church in California and the speaker for Secrets Unsealed. Born to missionary parents, Elder Bohr has devoted his life to ministry and theological research. His love for the Lord compels him to spread the cutting edge Gospel message for these last days with clarity and power. Sebastien Braxton is the assistant director of training for CAMPUS (Center for Adventist Ministry to Public University Students), Michigan Conference’s public university campus ministry, as well as a general vice president of GYC, and the director of STRIDE, a missionary training program located in Cambridge, MA. Mr. Braxton conducts monthly lectures at Harvard University on subjects such as the uniqueness and validity of the Bible, the pillars of Seventh-day Adventist doctrine, and Christ’s method to soul winning. Berenice Cheng is a dental student at Melbourne University in Australia and serves as the president of Adventist Students on campus. An active leader in her local church, Miss Cheng is passionate about challenging Adventist young people to active soul-winning flowing from a meaningful experience with God. Daryl Cheng is a medical doctor at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Australia. Active in university campus ministry until his graduation in 2010, he is passionate about mentoring and training Adventist young people in an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ manifested in joyful ministry for Him. Chester Clark III has been closely involved with GYC since its first conference in 2002. He has been active in education and youth evangelism, teaching for fourteen years at Ouachita Hills Academy and College, organizing ASI’s Youth for Jesus programs, and speaking for conventions around the globe. His burden is to see young people passionate about the end-time three angels’ messages and rightly trained to communicate these truths to those far and near—regardless of their chosen career or profession. He and his wife, Jane, live in Dalton, Georgia. Ron E. M. Clouzet is a field secretary for the North American Division, director of the North American Division Evangelism Institute, and professor of Christian ministry and pastoral theology at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University. Dr. Clouzet’s recently published book, Adventism’s Greatest Need: The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit, is the result of decades of focused study on the Holy Spirit and His work of revival and transformation in the Christian life.

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PRESENTERS

Ganoune Diop is the world church’s liaison to the United Nations. Originally from Senegal, Dr. Diop has served as a pastor, conference departmental director, professor at three Adventist universities, and director of the five Global Mission Study Centers of the Office of Adventist Mission. Roy Gane is professor of Hebrew Bible and ancient near eastern languages at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University. Born in Sydney, Australia, he grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska, and Angwin, California. With a doctoral degree from the University of California, Berkley, Dr Gane specializes in the sanctuary and atonement. He and his wife, Connie, have a daughter, Sarah. Valmy Karemera was born in Rwanda and became a Seventh-day Adventist while pursuing an undergraduate degree in biology at a secular university. A seminary student at Andrews University, he is the president of Africans Living In View of Eternity (ALIVE). Mr. Karemera’s deepest desire is to see Jesus return. Dwayne Lemon was rescued from a life of darkness as a professional dancer and choreographer in the entertainment industry. His life is now devoted to sharing the light of God’s love in his home city of Atlanta, Georgia, and around the country through his supporting ministry, PTH Ministries. Daniel McGrath is a student at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University. He also serves as a chaplain in Grand Rapids, Michigan, for the Center for Adventist Ministry to Public University Students (CAMPUS). Annie Morgan loves to help people. Her experience includes Bible work, evangelism training, motherhood, and partnership with her husband in pastoral and evangelistic work. Her lifelong study is how to reach the hearts of people, especially those who are hostile and apathetic. Mrs. Morgan enjoys nature, music, cooking, family life, and evangelism. Ivor Myers pastors the Templeton Hills Seventh-day Adventist Church and is speaker/director of Power of the Lamb Ministries. Before encountering the transforming power of God’s Word, Elder Myers was part of a four person hip hop group signed to EMI Records. He and his wife, Atonte, have four children. Dwight Nelson has been the senior pastor of the Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University since 1983. He is the speaker of the “New Perceptions” telecast and authored the 2012 devotional book, The Chosen. Dr. Nelson and his wife, Karen, are parents to two young adults. Samantha Nelson serves as vice president and CEO of The Hope of Survivors, a ministry for victims of clergy sexual abuse. A board certified biblical counselor, she is the author of Reaching the Hurting: A Biblical Guide for Helping Abuse Victims and is a member of the Adventist Association of Family Life Professionals. Steve Nelson pastors the Council Bluffs, Glenwood, and Bedford churches in the Iowa-Missouri Conference. A board certified biblical and pastoral counselor, Elder Nelson is the president of The Hope of Survivors. Vikram Panchal is studying at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University. With a degree in commerce and information systems, he worked for a major logistics company in Australia until his life was transformed through a study of Bible prophecy. An international speaker, Mr. Panchal has appeared regularly on the Hope Channel.

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Alan Parker is professor of missions and evangelism and director of the Soul-Winning and Leadership Training (SALT) program at Southern Adventist University. He previously served as vice president for evangelism at Amazing Facts and as chaplain at Helderberg College in South Africa. Dr. Parker has an active ministry in counseling and helping young people with addictions. Nicole Parker is the happy wife of Alan Parker and the mother of three busy children ages 8, 6, and 4. She holds a M.A. in Biblical Counseling and recently started a new ministry, Heart Thirst, in which she helps people untangle themselves from sin and satisfy the deepest longings of their hearts. Wes Peppers is the global coordinator for the Amazing Facts Center of Evangelism (AFCOE). At age 28, he is a recent cancer survivor and joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church at the age of 22. Having conducted numerous evangelistic campaigns and training courses, Pastor Pepper’s greatest passion is to lead young people into a deeper, more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ that compels them to actively share the Gospel with others. Jeffrey Rosario became a Christian after an encounter with the Bible at the age of seventeen. He has been in full-time ministry preaching and teaching around the world ever since. Pastor Rosario is a speaker for Light Bearers. Karl Tsatalbasidis is a Bible teacher at Ouachita Hills College. His seminars on worship and music have taken him around the world. A PhD candidate in systematic theology at Andrews University, his dissertation will focus on the presence of God in worship.

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APPENDIX

The Executive Committee is responsible for the overall operation of GYC. Volunteering their time, this committee is a diverse group of Adventist young people, including young professionals, university students, pastors, and Bible workers who are committed to the message and mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Justin McNeilus President Vice President, Sterling State Bank, Minnesota Yamil Rosario General Vice President Light Bearers, Oregon Sebastien Braxton General Vice President Program Director, CAMPUS, Michigan Amy Lee Sheppard Executive Secretary Attorney, Michigan Aaron McNulty Treasurer Assistant Treasurer TennesseeKentucky Conference, Tennessee

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Chelsy Schauer Vice President of Evangelism Academy Girls’ Dean, Mississippi Brandon Schroeder Vice President of Communication Light Bearers, Oregon Alonna Smith Vice President of Logistics Business Manager, British Columbia Sean Reed Vice President of Programming Pastor, Georgia


The Board of Directors (BOD) is responsible for the oversight and mentorship of the Executive Committee. The BOD is a diverse group of Adventist people with a variety of backgrounds. Each director is committed to mentoring young leaders who are committed to the message and mission of the Seventh-day Adventist church.

Tim Arakawa Physician Ohio Sebastien Braxton CAMPUS Program Director Michigan John Chung Physician Georgia Chester Clark III Development Director of Ouachita Ministries, Inc. Georgia Jay Gallimore Conference President Michigan Kathy Irizarry Physician Louisiana Justin Kim Director of Public Campus Ministries Michigan Justin McNeilus Vice President of Sterling State Bank Minnesota Aaron McNulty Assistant Treasurer of KentuckyTennessee Conference Tennessee

Ken Micheff Conference Youth Director Michigan Tom Owiti Financial Analyst Michigan Alan Parker Southern Adventist University Professor of Religion Tennessee Israel Ramos Associate Director of Public Campus Ministries Michigan Magda Rodriguez Ouachita Hills College Business Administration Instructor Arkansas Yamil Rosario Light Bearers Oregon Amy Lee Sheppard Attorney Michigan Stan Smith Businessman British Columbia

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WHO WE ARE GYC began in 2002 when a diverse group of Adventist students at public universities envisioned a multi-cultural, youth-led organization committed to upholding the distinctive beliefs of Adventism and training young people for ministry. Since then, annual GYC conventions have attracted and equipped thousands of young adults passionate about hastening Christ’s return. A supportive ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, GYC is a non-profit organization in the state of Michigan. It is governed by a board of directors and supported by its official sponsors: Adventist Laymen’s Services and Industries (ASI) and the Center for Adventist Ministry to Public University Students (CAMPUS)–a division of the Michigan Conference Public Campus ministries.

OUR MISSION STATEMENT There exists, today, an army of dedicated young people within the Seventh-day Adventist church who yearn to demonstrate Nehemiah’s leadership, Daniel’s integrity, Mary’s humility, Paul’s passion for evangelism, and Christ’s love for God and humanity. It is the goal of GYC and its members to seek and galvanize such young people. We aim to mobilize existing youth and young adult ministries that are fully committed to the distinctive message and mission of the Adventist church towards the proclamation of the Three Angels’ Messages.

OUR AIM GYC seeks to equip and inspire Seventh-day Adventist youth and young adults to be ambassadors for Christ in their respective places of work and study by: »» Providing Biblical training in the form of participatory workshops, Bible studies, and inspirational messages »» Fostering and encouraging Christian fellowship among young people from diverse geographic, socioeconomic, and educational backgrounds »» Creating networking opportunities for Adventist young people and youthoriented ministries »» Encouraging young people to assume leadership responsibilities in the Seventhday Adventist Church by employing their experience and talents in planning and presenting the annual conference and other events

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LIABILITY GYC reserves the right to deny, cancel or alter the registration of any person who (a) fails to provide true, accurate, current and complete information, or (b) violates any of GYC policies or procedures, including but not limited to, the registration of and attendance by minors. GYC is not responsible for any loss or liability, financial or otherwise, that may result directly or indirectly from such denial, cancellation or alteration of any person’s registration. All attendees participate in all conference seminars and conference events at his or her own risk. Neither GYC, its directors, officers, representatives nor agents accept any liability of any kind whatsoever, regardless of the manner in which such liability may have arisen. At its sole discretion, GYC reserves the right to alter, postpone or cancel any conference seminars or conference events, with or without notice.

DISTRIBUTION OF LITERATURE Any pamphlets, books, leaflets, DVDs, CDs or any other material may not be distributed to GYC attendees without the express, written permission of the Executive Committee of GYC.

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