looking forward to NCCC?

Well – are you?

I am. I’ll tell you why. Michael Raiter – who I’ve loved hearing preach several times before – an outstanding preacher – is speaking on music and singing. Then – we’ll get to sing together – several hundred people (there were 486 people last year!) – a little taste of heaven.

It’s always a highlight.

What about you? What are you looking forward to?

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6 comments on “looking forward to NCCC?
  1. David says:

    I’m love seeing how excited my boys are about going to NCCC. Personally, I love the music, a chance to hear some good teaching and a game of touch footy or soccer at lunch time with the blokes!

  2. james says:

    yeah. i love NCCC, really looking 4wd 2 it

    ill see ya’s there

  3. Trev V says:

    Yeah I’m excited Missed out last year due to work which was disappointing but not this year we are sharing a holiday house with Mark and Megan so this gives us a great time to share with each other.

    I love hearing Gods word preached true this helps me grow more in the way God needs me to be also spending time with my family listening , learning and growing together in Jesus.

    So for those fellas that haven’t considered going please do as this is a good way to begin to lead your family and those that are single its a brilliant way to learn more about our Great God.
    And if your looking for something to read to day look at Colossians 3 think about what it is saying and think am I doing this.

  4. Beccy C. says:

    I’m really looking forward to going this year because Naomi Reed, who wrote “My Seventh Monsoon” will be there, running the woman’s seminar. After reading her book, I can’t wait to ask her about her mission work in Nepal, and all the stuff she has done there.
    Plus I can’t wait to catch up with the friends I made at YC09, to see how they’re going, and (hopefully) that they’re still living for Jesus.
    See ya there!!

  5. Katja McPherson says:

    Most weeks in bible study our practical application is to make God more a part of our week. What better way to keep our priorities God centred than to spend a weekend (or even just a day) hearing from His word by gifted teachers, talking about what we learn and enjoying the company of Christians all over the region?

  6. katharine says:

    I’ve never been to NCCC before… but bring it on!

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