Students across Municipal Auditorium in Nashville raise their hands to show their profession of faith during the Youth Evangelism Conference March 10-11. These students were among 712 teenagers who accepted Jesus Christ as Savior.
Students from across the state poured into the Nashville Municipal Auditorium for the Youth Evangelism Conference on Friday night, March 10.
Students raised their arms to show their purple wristbands which were required for entry into the auditorium.
A group of students walks to the auditorium prior to the Friday night session of the Youth Evangelism Conference.
Bailey Rodgers, Caylee Richardson, and Alexis Williams from Dixie Hills Baptist Church, Bolivar, pose with their flamingo marker used to help students find their way back to their seats.
From left, Emily Wagoner and Kasha Dancy from Mount Gilead Baptist Church, Bethel Springs, and Madison Hopper and Abby Arnold from New Union Baptist Church, Medon, gather together in the lobby after the conclusion of Friday night’s session.
Jessee Griffith, left, and Breanna Hall from First Baptist Church, Sparta, pose with their newly purchased YEC shirts.
Joined by their friends, students take their first step of faith by walking to the front of the auditorium.
Tommy Woodard, left, and Eddie James, “The Skit Guys,” perform a skit about the Ten Commandments.
A student prays at his seat during the response time.
The youth group from Inglewood Baptist Church in Nashville gathers in the lobby after the Friday night session. From left are Zipporah Newton, Josef Wilkins, Christiana Hoskinson, Michael Welchans, Anna Grace Jefcoat, Ericka Hutton, Jessi Wilkins, Leon Guest, Sarah Beck, Keith Beck, and Tabitha.
Every student in the room was encouraged to fill out a response card indicating their new profession of faith or other commitments to serve Jesus.
A student journals in her Bible during Dave Edwards’ sermon on Friday night.
Seemingly every seat was filled across the auditorium during the worship experience.