37,000 People at NAYC Help with Disaster Relief

ChurchLeaders | 8/2/2019 | Staff
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Today is the last day of the North American Youth Conference (NAYC) in St. Louis, Missouri. Around 37,000 youth and chaperones are wrapping up the three-day event by participating in “Serve Day,” where they are providing people in the area with disaster recovery resources.

“Heading in to Day 3 of a call-confirming, life-changing #nayc19 over 1,000 have received the Holy Ghost. Numerous miracles,” one church posted on Instagram. “We are so thankful for the laughs and love this trip continues to bring!!”

NAYC - Place - St - Louis - July

NAYC 2019 took place in St. Louis from July 31st to August 2nd. Friday afternoon, the conference attendees filled 2000 buckets to assist the area with disaster relief. Reach Out America helped organize Serve Day, and Feed the Children donated supplies to the effort. Serve Day also received support from the UPS Foundation and the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster. Each bucket is worth $75 and contains cleaning supplies, personal care items, and back-to-school supplies for kids.

David Bernard, the general superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church told Fox2now St. Louis, “We often work through local churches so we have instant access to the community, and wherever there’s a need, like [the] tornadoes in Oklahoma or in southern Missouri a couple of years...
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