How I’m Adding Value This Week

Last week, I shared about a personal tension with a misconception in the church about young people’s ministry. If you haven’t, I urge you to read it and share your views.

This week, I’m reiterating my passion and commitment to the ministry of young people. I believe it’s essential to engage, inspire and empower the younger generation with spiritual tools and life skills to succeed. I’m 110% committed!

So today (Monday), I will be speaking to a group of university and college students across The Netherlands, Finland and Germany on Skype. If you’re a student, I encourage you to join us from 8:00PM Central European Time. Search EHV Campus Fellowship on Skype and request to be connected to the call.

What I Will Say…

Live Intentionally

How You Can Pray

The organizers of this forum are students with a hunger and passion to see God glorified in every aspect of their lives. I share their passion and I’m always excited to link up with them. I covert your prayers – for me, for them, for the online talk.

Pray for inspiration and motivation.

Pray for a stirring and discontent with an average life.

Pray for impact and a resolve in every heart for personal change.

Above all, pray for grace to honor God and Him only.

Will you pray?

How do you plan to add value to someone else’s life this week? Leave a comment.

P.S. This week ONLY, my e-devotional, SELAH is half price on Amazon Kindle. If you’re in the US, it’s $2.99. If you’re in the UK, it’s £2. Check your country-specific Amazon Kindle website e.g., .de or .com  Click here to order.

About Joseph Iregbu

I'm a writer, purpose guy, speaker and business consultant. My passion is to help people live with purpose and not waste their lives. I live in the UK with my wife, Temi and our gorgeous Isabel Juda. Let's connect on Twitter and Facebook.

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