A FREE JUNIOR & SENIOR HIGH YOUTH CONFERENCE

 
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DECEMBER 27–29, 2018

THE CONFERENCE & EVENTS CENTER NIAGARA FALLS • SHERATON HOTEL


0 of 2,000 seats remain!

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A GENERATION IS CRYING OUT!


The world has stolen their innocence, hardened their hearts and captured their minds.

But what if there is a place where our youth can go to meet Jesus and be spiritually transformed? Would you take your young people there?

 
 

Joshua Revolution is excited to invite you to the

25thAnniversary of the Niagara Youth Conference

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Bring this generation to the Cross and allow them to “Experience the Power” of the Living God and they will never be the same again!

 
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The Niagara Youth Conference began in 1993 with just over 500 students attending. By the year 2013 over 100,000 young people and adults had attended a Joshua Revolution conference or crusade. In 2012 the Niagara Youth Conference concluded – but now, after six years, the Revolution is back… “One more time!”

 
 

Speakers & Artists

 

Anointed preaching, teaching, and worship from

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Niagara ’18 is excited to announce that it is teaming up with the executive producers and actors of the powerful movie I’m Not Ashamed which premiered in 2016. It is the story of the life of Rachel Joy Scott – the first student killed at Columbine High School in 1999. Come to Niagara ’18 and meet and hear from the actors and actresses from the movie!

 
 

 
 

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Compassion is the greatest form of love that humans have to offer. And I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, it could start a chain reaction.
— Rachel Joy Scott
 
 

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Register Now!

 

Niagara ‘18 is a FREE event! However, you must register for individual or group seating to secure your spot at the conference. Only 2,000 seats are available – register today!

 
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