AFAM Military Missions Mini Conference - Charleston, SC

These events are amazing, catalytic gatherings! 

The Navigators’ Military Missions introduced its first Mini African American (AFAM) Discipleship Conference on April 13, 2013 in Charleston, South Carolina at Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church.
The Charleston Conference was “a very powerful time developing and growing in Christ - sharpening our "life on life" knowledge and skills,” Cherie Roberson said, graduate of the United States Naval Academy and Navigator ministry.

The power of The Navigators’ mini Conferences are the high impact, one day events, that takes young men and women deeper spiritually, encouraging them to go out and reach the next generation for Christ.  

These events are amazing, catalytic gatherings!   
“Testimonies of young men and women who were leading others to the Lord, at military bases and on aircraft carriers, motivated all of us to go out and make disciples,” Kirk Reynolds said, AFAM Congress Administrator.

We want to raise up a wave of young disciple-making men and women that dedicate themselves to “life on life” ministry like Christ himself gave his disciples.  The key to advancing the Kingdom of God, is “hitching your horse up to the right wagon,” Rich Berry said, Director of Navigator AFAM Network and speaker.  We have to go deep if we want to reach the lost around us.  Discipleship is the “life on life” skill that is needed to reach the next generation of believers.

“The Joint Base Charleston Military ‘Mini AFAM Conference’ was a tremendous testament to the powerful work that the Lord is doing in and through the lives of military men and women all throughout the world.  This is the result of faithful individuals willing to pour their lives into the young leaders of this generation while empowering them to do the same.  From the honest and heart-gripping testimonies, to the challenging messages and workshops, this conference left me with a renewed sense of responsibility to continue to reach the next generation for Christ, one-life at a time,” said Patriece Johnson who hosted the conference with her husband Dexter.

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