Prayer Furnace holds conference for teens
The Fredericksburg Prayer Furnace is holding its annual Marked Teen Conference today through Saturday.
The three-day event will bring together teens throughout the region for music, teaching and fellowship in hopes of inspiring a new youth revival.
The event is free and will feature various musicians and speakers.
Recording artist Catherine Mullins, worship pastor with The Ramp ministry in Alabama, will headline the event.
Other artists performing include the Fredericksburg group Incense & Arrows, and Bethany Tombley, a musician with the Prayer Furnace.
“We’re contending for just incredible breakthrough in these teenagers’ lives,” said Aaron Custalow, youth pastor of Fredericksburg’s Awakening Community Church.
The Fredericksburg Prayer Furnace serves the greater Fredericksburg region as a missions base and a day and night house of prayer.
Regina Weiss 540/374-5444
WANT TO GO?
WHAT: Marked Teen Conference at the Fredericksburg Prayer Furnace
WHERE: The Fredericksburg Prayer Furnace, 5024 Southpoint Parkway
WHEN: Today through Saturday, beginning at 7 p.m.
INFO: Register online at theprayerfurnace.org/SummerMarked2014