It was a Different World Weekend.... On Sunday we culminated our Annual College and Young Adult Week at LIFE Church. What an amazing experience it was to witness. The Father favored us tremendously and prospered the work of our hands. Here's just a recap.
On Tuesday Night, Alexander-Quan Scott with the College and Young Adult choir, and the choir did a spectacular job.
On Wednesday evening, we held The Living Room Panel. We talked about topics like #ChurchHurt, tradition, whether or not we should go to church or not, how to handle friends who don't do church, avoiding the burnout of working in the church, and so much more! Our moderators, ZaDarius B. Webber-Odom and Kimmie Davis did a phenomenal job, as did our panelist, Trina McWhorter, Kimberly LaDoris, Monet, Carlos, Dashar Myers and Pastor Merritt. It was an exchange of generational perspectives in the church.
On Saturday, we hosted our Day Party at Treat Love in Hapeville. It was so much fun. We rocked it out 80's and 90's style. DJ Ryan was on the one's and two's and we enjoyed our time of fellowship and fun.
On Sunday Morning, Pastor Merritt hosted an exclusive session with our young adults, during which he imparted into our lives... He prophesied into the lives of our young adults, he spoke candidly, he gave us instruction and literally pointed us in the direction of our future. We are so grateful for that opportunity... The food--- SUPERB!!
Then our Annual College and Young Adult Sunday Worship!! The Roll Call was so much fun. We think it's safe to say that Morehouse took the spirit award this year... and you gotta love those Alphas... they showed out. The Divine Nine came to represent!! Pastor Will Grandberry absolutely SHOOK the house. He came fresh from Canada to pour into our young adults and college students. He did so much more than preach... He POURED!! Our prayer was that our young adults would be revived, strengthened and inspired, and that we would have a life changing encounter with the Father-- and that's just what happened. We can't wait to do it again next year!