Synergy at Canberra Soul Survivor conference 2016

April 13 -16 saw over 200 young people come together at Trinity Christian School for Soul Survivor’s ‘More Than A Song’ Conference.

We were blessed to have 40 Anglican youth from across the Diocese join us on Conference where we were challenged and equipped to live lives devoted to serving God and serving others.

‘It was awesome! God taught me that no matter what, He is always there and that He has chosen everyone for different roles to share and show others how powerful His love is’ – Isabelle.
‘Soul conference was really inspiring and a lot of fun. God taught me, whatever happens – the best way to come to Him is through prayer. It was really inspiring to be with all the other youth from around the region.” – Lily
‘It was an incredible experience. There were hundreds of teens, lot of amazing worship and talks, lots of food, mind boggling seminars, awesome workshops, cafes, sport events and games room. My favourite event was going out into the community and helping local services. My group went to a childhood community centre and moved loads of sand – cleaned up the garden – planted things and made a difference. We did this because we wanted to spread God’s word and love in our community. Being a leader was great as I ran devotions and mentored younger teens. The whole 5 days was awesome and filled with lots and lots of God (the best thing!) and I can’t wait for 2017.’ – Rob

Please continue to pray that God will take these planted seeds and grow them into deeply rooted trees of faith in our young people!

Come join us next year April Soul Conference 2017!

Synergy partners with Soul Survivor ACT to share the Good News of Jesus. For more info on Synergy events and how you can support us please contact Andrew Edwards

Photos courtesy of www.soulsurvivoract.org

Deb Stanley

Canberra, ACT, Australia

Deb started working with Soul Survivor in 2008 and now lives in Canberra, where she leads Soul Survivor ACT and also looks after the worship teams at soul.conference. Deb finished her degree in Aeronautical Engineering in 2011 and is studying at Morling College.