Calling a New Generation of Disciples: IMPACT Atlanta

IMPACT Atlanta [iATL] will be held June 23 through July 3, 2010 at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, converging Seventh-day Adventist young adults from around the world to sharpen leadership and compassion skills through training and community service to the neighborhoods of greater Atlanta.  Adventist collegians through young professionals age 35 are invited to apply and register to participate in iATL.  For more information go to www.impactatlanta.info

Held concurrent with the 2010 General Conference Session [www.GCsession.org] of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, iATL is a young adult leadership and discipleship experience where collegians and young professionals will actively engage the great commission and great commandment in training, ministering, and worship.

General Conference Youth Director, Baraka Muganda expressed, “Leadership refers to becoming involved, being a part of the mission of the church, and lending your influence to make things happen.” Fueled by mentoring in leadership and discipleship, iATL young adults are being groomed to impact Atlanta and beyond.

Registration, housing and meal accommodation rates are exclusively available to collegiate age Adventist young adults through young professionals age 35 who apply, register, and are accepted as official iATL delegates.  Information is available at www.impactatlanta.info

About A Allan Martin, PhD, CFLE

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One Response to Calling a New Generation of Disciples: IMPACT Atlanta

  1. Lawrence says:

    Congratulations for this event for Youth around the world!

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