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NNYC 2019

“Thrive”

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National Native Youth Convention 2019

The National Native Youth Convention is a gathering of Native American youth from across the country to spend three days encountering the presence of God, hearing sound biblical teachings, and having a whole lot of fun! Students will be hearing from dynamic national speaker, Reggie Dabbs, and be led into the presence of God by worship leaders, Brad + Rebekah Worship Band. Registration is only $80, which will include all Main Sessions, Games/Activities, and your admission to Castles & Coasters on April 12th. Would you please consider joining us April 11-13 in Glendale, AZ for this incredible event!

 
 

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Band/Speaker

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BRAD + REBEKAH

The pair first met and began singing together while students at North Central University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. At the time, Brad was part of an all-male worship team that needed a female lead for one of their songs. As fate would have it, Rebekah fit the part, and soon after joining the team, it became clear that there was more than just musical chemistry between she and Brad.

The two continued getting to know each other and soon found themselves falling in love “between worship and watching ‘Gilmore Girls’.“ They got married in 2006, and two years later, God opened the door for them to start touring full-time together. “We started traveling in 2008 without really knowing that that’s where the opportunity was,“ Brad says. “And God made it very evident in that time that that’s what we were meant to do.“

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Reggie Dabbs

Born to an unwed teenager, Reggie Dabbs considers himself to be alive. Reggie’s pregnant, teenage mother found herself living in a chicken coop in Tennessee when she recalled Mrs. Dabbs, a school teacher offering her students her phone number if they ever needed anything.

From then on, Mrs. Dabbs and her husband, took Reggie’s mother in and cared for them both. In the fourth grade, the Dabbs family officially adopted Reggie and gave him the Dabbs name. The Dabbs reared Reggie. They instilled in him strong moral values.

After graduating from college, Reggie began public speaking. In 1987, he was asked to speak at a High School assembly and his ministry changed for the better. Today, Reggie addresses kids in a humorous style about choices each of them has when faced with drugs, alcohol, suicide, etc. Reggie drives home the fact that “you can never change your past, but you can change your future!“

Reggie makes his home in Ft. Myers, Florida with his wife Michele and their son Dominic.

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DETAILS

 

Date/Location

 

April 11-13, 2019
Dream City Church-Glendale Campus
21000 N 75th Ave
Glendale, AZ 85308

Registration

Registration is now open! This year’s cost is only $80 per attendee. Your registration includes admission to all sessions, breakout sessions, games and activities, and admission to Castles and Coasters on April 12th!

All online registrants will be charged $75 (registration fee) + $6.20 (processing fee)

 
 

LOdging

 

Southwest Indian Ministries- 14202 N 73rd Ave, Peoria, AZ 85381

$15 per person/night. Sheets, towels and pillows are included. (100 person maximum capacity)

Please contact Gay Brown at 623-692-7321 for reservations under NNYC.

A complete list of hotel options near Dream City Church-Glendale is provided in the link below.

 

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“Brave“