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Youth for Christ national director to speak in N Norfolk

Neil O’Boyle, National Director of British Youth for Christ, will be speaking at Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham this Sunday, March 25. His theme will be reaching and keeping youth. Tony Rothe reports.

 
Neil was appointed to the lead role in British Youth for Christ in August 2015, having previously served as an evangelist with Youth for Christ ministries across the world.
 
He has extensive experience with YFC International over 23 years, not only introducing new evangelistic initiatives but developing International Field Ministries. Neil is married to Joy and they have 4 children.
 
He says “I have the privilege of serving the movement as National Director. I’m passionate about evangelism and have experience in visionary leadership and team building, innovation and communication, as well as knowledge and understanding of missiology, culture and religious diversity. We are Youth for Christ and we are committed to taking Good News! We are currently reaching around 250,000 young people every month with the gospel.”
 
Neil will be speaking as part of the Lighthouse morning service which starts at 10.15am on Palm Sunday, March 25. There will be activities for children and young people and a creche and, of course, coffee.
 
 
Lighthouse Community Church, 62 Cromer Road, Sheringham. NR26 8RT.
 
Visit:  http://lighthousesheringham.org/
 
e-mail:  office@lighthousesheringham.org
 
phone: 01263 669012
 
For more about Youth for Christ, visit: https://yfc.co.uk/



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