Singer Mark Hall comes to Liberty University for Momentum Youth Ministry Conference
Mark Hall, lead singer for the top Christian band Casting Crowns, will be a busy man on April 12. He will be on the Liberty University campus during the day as part of the Momentum Youth Ministry Conference, and at night for a College For a Weekend concert.
But that shouldn’t be too much trouble for a man who manages to tour around the country and still lead his youth group of 400 students each Wednesday night in Atlanta, Ga.
Hall is clearly focused on ministry and that’s why he has teamed with Global Youth Ministry to offer the all-day Momentum Conference, sponsored by Liberty’s Center for Youth Ministry. The conference will be open to youth leaders, youth workers, and students in sixth through 12th grades. There will also be a special session for LU students interested in youth work.
Hall is scheduled to speak in the afternoon sessions and will do a special breakout session with youth pastors. He will be joined at the conference by other big names in youth ministry: Roger Glidewell, founder of Global Youth Ministry, and Bobby McGraw, a featured speaker for the group.
Global Youth Ministry conducts the Momentum Conferences throughout the country and around the world to equip youth leaders with biblical principles and practical, take-home tools for ministering to teens and to help students get a clear direction for becoming a healthier youth group.
Youth ministry is the second most-enrolled program in Liberty’s School of Religion.
For more information on the conference go to www.globalyouthministry.org.