Thursday, February 28, 2013
Hearts on Fire is extremely excited to be bring the inaugural Hearts on Fire Youth Conference to Charleston this year. The event at Charleston Southern University’s Lightsey Auditorium on March 15 and 16 will feature musicians and communicators of the Gospel who will challenge young people and provide an avenue of worship that will change and strengthen hearts for God’s glory.
Clear the Stage Tour featuring Jimmy Needham and the Jeff Johnson Band and an amazing speaker Tony Nolan take the stage on Friday, March 15. On Saturday, March 16 the speaker will be Anthony Kendall from First Baptist Church Indian Trail, N.C. with worship led by Roger Williams and the All Mixed Up Quartet. On Saturday afternoon Big Daddy Weave and the Redeemed Tour featuring Chris August and Citizen Way will appear.
Hearts On Fire is a youth evangelism conference that began in 1986. The desire of Hearts On Fire is to see middle school, high school and college students find an intimate and personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The group reaches out to believers by encouraging them in their walk with the Lord while also challenging them to walk in the truth and integrity of Christ.
Hearts On Fire was founded by and is led by Scott Carter. Carter has been in youth ministry for more than 30 years. He is the youth pastor at First Baptist Church, Sevierville, Tenn.
Over the past 27 years Hearts On Fire has grown from 150 to over 9,200 participants who attended last year in Gatlinburg, Tenn. Hearts on Fire is about a risen savior that is alive, relevant and gives hope to the lost.
For additional information regarding Hearts On Fire please visit the website at www.heartsonfireministries.org. More information can also be found by phone at 865-776-2629.
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