Date

14-17 December

Time

Drop off at ENCM:
14/12 830am
Pick up at ENCM:
17/12 230pm

Fee (per pax)

RM300 normal rate

RM250 special rate
(ENCM Teen + Friend)

Venue

MBS Rawang

Date

14-17 December

Venue

MBS Rawang

Time

Drop off at ENCM:
14/12 830am

Pick up at ENCM:
17/12 230pm

Fee
(per pax)

RM300 normal rate

RM250 special rate
(ENCM Teen + Friend)

Objective

Most teens have big questions about life.

Where do we come from? Why are we here on Earth? Why do we have all these boundaries? Can’t we just do what we want? Can I decide my own sexual orientation?

Yet many times, the answers they get are from movies, social media, and friends which sometimes do not provide a complete picture. As teens go through this period of seeking, War of the Worldviews is designed to help them understand the different worldviews on things that matter to them.

We hope this camp can answer their questions, strengthen their faith, and build a community that can anchor them into their next season of life.

Key Verse

1 Peter 3:15 But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.

Sessions

1. Origin

Creation? Big Bang? Evolution? There are many theories of man’s origin. Many teens don’t really think about this, but a teen’s belief in this big question of life can anchor his or her belief for other big life questions.

A philosophical session for teens to process through the different possibilities of the origin of man.

2. Morality

Teens make moral decisions on a daily basis. To cheat or not to cheat? To honor or not to honor? Even the most obedient teen is confused and conflicted when faced with certain decisions.

An activity-based session to help teens develop their moral compass in life.

3. Sexuality

Christian teens can struggle with distorted views of sexuality often caused by two sources. First, a self-indulgent worldview from our culture can create confusion, wounds, and dysfunction. Second, Christians can have a distorted view of sex stemming from the protective and sometimes fearful culture in the church.

A breakout session where guys and girls will be separated to talk through their concerns, questions, and convictions on their sexuality.

4. Purpose

Teens are working to find out who they are and their place in the world. A teen’s identity is developed based on their relationships and feedback from others. Sometimes, during this process, they get confused and lost.

A ministering session where teens experience breakthrough and renewed confidence of who they are.

Speakers

Pastor Bernard & Bee Sean Chia

Pastors at Every Nation Cyberjaya
Pastor Bernard graduated from SWM as The Best Preacher of the year and Bee Sean was invited to speak in TEDx SeeChina. Both of them have been ministering to campus students for the past 15 years. They planted our Cyberjaya church 5 years ago with the heartbeat of reaching every nation and all walks of life—raising, growing, and ministering to individuals from over 50 nations namely China, Indonesia, Scotland, Columbia, Namibia, and more.

Ben Sullivan

Teacher at Oasis International School
Born in the United States, Ben Sullivan left home when he married his Canadian wife, Norma. Since then, he has dedicated himself to international Christian education, teaching in Canada, South Korea, and Malaysia. He has a Masters in Education from Simpson University but his greatest accomplishment is his wonderful daughter, Evanesce.

Reverend Victor Wong

Associate Pastor at Every Nation Church Malaysia
Rev Victor is passionate about people development in doing these 5 processes: coaching, consulting, communicating, counselling, and connecting. He currently plays a few roles in multiple organizations including the Chief Culture Officer at Reapfield Academy and the Coach-Advisor for Leaderonomics. He also holds a Doctor of Ministry at Theological Seminary of Malaysia.

Registration Closes on 31st October 2019

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