Written by NGCYM | August 28, 2016 |
Over two hundreds Nepali christian youths were gathered accrossed the United States to participate in One-day youth leader training organized by the New Generation Christian Youth Movement, which was held in Nashville, TN and hosted by the International Nepali Church. It was the first event organized by the NGCYM, and it was very blessing and effective training. Speakers that were invited to this training were Ps. Silas Thapa, Ps. John Rai, and Brother Madan Tirwa. After the first prayer done by Rakesh Tirwa, brother Joseph Motehy welcomed all the leaders and youth that came there and continued with couple hymns. Without any further due, Worship team of Int'l Nepali Church led
us to the presence of God through their anointing worship. Everybody was ready to hear the powerful word of God after the worship, so Brother Madan Tirwa took the first session and talked about the role of youth leader in the church. His teaching was very effective for today's youth leaders. In our training, we also invited Gospel singer Ps. Santosh Tirwa to our training as a special guest. After our first session, He took some time and entertained us with his songs from his first solo album "Pahilo Prem". We all could feel the presence of God through his voice, music, lyrics of the song. After that, Ps. John Rai took the second session and talked about How can we grow the Christian youth spiritually by being obedience to the pastors and leaders. He also gave us very powerful and challenging teaching, which today's youth leader should be hearing. Next, brother Immanuel Rasaily entertained us through songs from his new album "Yeshu Jeewan Ko Bato". We all were blessed to hear his songs. Lastly, we gave the last session to Ps. Silas Thapa, and he encouraged all the excecutive board and the entire youth that were present through the word of God. At the end, we appreciated all the speakers, guests, host church, and all the participants for being the part of our first successful event. Lastly, Ps. Gaius Tolangi did the ending prayer, and we departed after taking the lunch. It was such a blessing and powerful day to remember.