Youth for the Nations

YFN

WHAT IS YFN?

 

 

About YFN

Our Vision

1. To prepare a place where teenagers & youth leaders can
come together in order to passionately pursue the presence of God.

 

2. To create an atmosphere where teenagers & youth leaders
can experience personal transformation through the life-changing power of Jesus Christ.

 

3. To set the stage for teenagers & youth leaders to have their hearts
enlarged for world missions and peer evangelism.

Our Purpose

YFN exists to impact and equip this generation with the living word of God, propelling them into a lifestyle of worship with a heart for the nations.

Why YFN?

Each year, YFN receives testimony after testimony from youth pastors and campers from across the country about how God has changed their life at YFN. At YFN, we see God set teenagers free from addictions, heal them mentally, physically, and emotionally, but most importantly see them come to truly know God. YFN also has intense worship where teenagers are challenged to go after the heart of God in passionate pursuit. Workshops are also an important aspect in YFN; they are designed to equip teenagers with practical teachings which allow them to leave and apply what they have learned and experienced. YFN also consists of crazy games where the campers can have fun and go nuts with hundreds of other teens.
All year long YFN interns are preparing for the summer. Each week they are praying and fasting, seeking the heart of God and desiring to see a generation changed and set apart for the glory of God.

 

2014 Speakers

Week 1

June 16th-20th

Adam McCain

Adam McCain

Senior Pastor at Church on the Hill

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Benny Perez

Benny Perez

Lead Pastor of The Church LV

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Daniel Gray

Daniel Gray

Student Pastor for Transit Student Ministries

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Jaycee Jennings

Jaycee Jennings

Director of Youth for the Nations

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Week 2

June 23rd-27th

Chris Estrada

Chris Estrada

Director of Youth Major at Christ for the Nations Institue

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David Hall

David Hall

Senior pastor at Life Point Church

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Curvine Brewington

Curvine Brewington

Traveling Rapper and Evangelist

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Jaycee Jennings

Jaycee Jennings

Director of Youth for the Nations

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Week 3

July 7th-11th

(Closed On Campus Housing)

Reggie Dabbs

Reggie Dabbs

Motivation Youth Speaker

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Jeremy Donovan

Jeremy Donovan

Director of Student Ministry at Trinity Church

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Kim Walker-Smith

Kim Walker-Smith

Music Label Director for Jesus Culture

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Jaycee Jennings

Jaycee Jennings

Director of Youth for the Nations

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Week 4

July 14th-18th

(Closed On Campus Housing)

Lisa Bevere

Lisa Bevere

Co-Founder of Messenger International

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Jude Fouquier

Jude Fouquier

Senior Pastor at The City Church

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Josh Carter

Josh Carter

Youth Pastor at Farmington Heights Church

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Jaycee Jennings

Jaycee Jennings

Director of Youth for the Nations

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Core

 

Core 2014 Packet

 

FAQ’s

Q: Can I be apart of YFN if I am over 18, not a youth leader or youth pastor?
A: No. Even though we love people to help out with YFN, we limit the involvement to YFN interns, campers, youth pastors and youth leaders.

Q: When can I arrive and depart from YFN?
A: YFN registration begins at 9:00 a.m. on the opening day of camp, and will last until 12:30 p.m. Late registration will run from 12:30p.m. – 4:00p.m. The departure time is 11:00 a.m. on the concluding day of your scheduled camp.

Q: What kind of food is served at camp?
A: You can expect a variety of options, such as hamburgers, lasagna, hot dogs and various sides to go with each. There is always an open salad bar with desert and your choice of drink available in a buffet setting.

Q: Is transportation provided if I fly into Dallas?
A: We are unable to provide transportation from the airport. However, you are welcome to arrange a shuttle/taxi from the airport for approximately $38 (U.S.). Speak with DFW Ground Transportation for more information at (972) – 574 – 5878.

Q: What activities are available?
A: Nation games are played in the afternoon, which include: relay races, pool games, and many other exciting activities. We have an in-door swimming pool available during free time. Life guards will be on duty any time the pool is open. Basketball and volleyball tournaments go on during free time and the water-slide on the field is open to have fun on! During the week, groups will have the opportunity to visit the local waterpark. YFN will not provide transportation to the waterpark. Youth groups and individuals who do not have transportation will have to stay on campus for the afternoon. The cost for the waterpark is included in your registration.

Q: What are the rules during camp?
A: Because we are a Christian summer camp, we have standards set to allow our attendees to experience God in a powerful way without being distracted and to ensure their safety. Please see the “YFN Rules” included within the registration packet.

The Best Is Yet To Come

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Contact Info

1-800-YFN-CFNI or for Registration call 214-302-6347

YFN@youthforthenations.com

444 Fawn Ridge Drive Dallas, Texas 75224