Truth4Youth Christian Youth Conference in the UK
This Christian youth conference is designed for young adults, teenagers and their parents to engage with the issues of TRUTH and DISCERNMENT as the Bible teaches
We are, God willing, going to hold Truth 4 Youth from Friday 26th to Monday 29th August 2022. Speakers are Jay Seegert, Tim Palmer, Iain Jamieson and Alan Campbell. This will be a very relaxed time for us all with time for fellowship or family time to explore the local area.
Friday 26th – Monday 29th of August 2022
Heatree House Activity Centre, Manaton, Devon TQ13 9XE
Families with youths, Youth Groups and individual youths all welcome. As a youth group there is also the opportunity to camp at the site which has a dedicated camping area available. Please contact us directly if you are interested in camping.
Jay is the keynote speaker and MD for The Starting Point Project. Jay has degrees in both Physics and Engineering Technology. He has been speaking internationally about the authority of Scripture for over 31 years. Married to Amy, they have two children. Jay has a passion for helping Christians strengthen their faith, while also offering a gracious challenge to the sincere sceptic.
New Tribes Mission (NTM) is a missionary organisation whose aim is to take the message of the Bible to remote people groups of the world. Tim Palmer is an American missionary who served with New Tribes Mission in Senegal. Tim is now a Bible teacher at New Tribes Mission North Cotes Bible College in Lincolnshire, UK. Tim is married to Joanne and they have three children. Tim and his wife Joanne are also on the steering group of Truth 4 Youth and have been a part of Truth 4 Youth since 2006.
After studying Biblical Studies at St Andrews University I studied Scottish Law at Edinburgh University. In 2017 I moved to London to work in the Private Secretary’s Office at Buckingham Palace. In July 2020 I got married to Rebekah and left secular employment to be available for the Lord’s work full-time. I am fully involved in the life of my local church and spend much of my time in Bible teaching and preaching in various churches throughout the UK and in Romania.
Alan Campbell is from Northern Ireland. He pastors at Union Chapel, Bath. He is passionate about equipping believers to engage the Post-Christian world and helping them to root their identity more and more into the person and work of Jesus. He is married to Victoria.