Louisville—With illusions and daring stunts, two evangelists plan to keep students hanging on every gospel-centered word at YEC Engage.
The youth evangelism experience, which aims to reach the 12-24 age group, will be held in Louisville May 13 at the Kentucky Expo Center.
“If you are looking for a unique way to reach today’s younger generation with the gospel of Jesus, then I encourage you not to miss YEC Engage,” said Andy McDonald, affinity evangelism strategist with the Kentucky Baptist Convention.
Christian illusionists Brock Gill and Zac Mirzadeh take the stage at 4 p.m. and again at 7:30 p.m.
“My passion is to provide an unusual way to present truth that will change a life,” said Gill, who often uses dramatic stunts to illustrate the gospel message.
Gill was featured as the lead investigator in a documentary called “The Miracles of Jesus” produced by the British Broadcasting Company and Discovery Channel in 2005 and is known for his “bullet catch” stunt.
Mirzadeh is a former Muslim who weaves his conversion story into an “experience that will instill wonder in the audience.”
YEC Engage! is being held in conjunction with Centershot and National Archery in the Schools Program national tournaments at Louisville’s Broadbent Arena. Those attending the event will have the opportunity to win a Genesis Bow by Matthews.
The event is free and presented by the KBC through contributions from Kentucky Baptist churches to the Cooperative Program. Parking for the event is $8 per vehicle. To register, go to www.kbc.regfox.com/yec2016.