Tuesday, 6 January 2009


NEW DELHI - " YOUTH WAVES " in new delhi. The youths in delhi were overjoyed by the 15 the winter camp conducted by the DELHI ICPF. Many youths were transformed by the love of Jesus. this camp was a lie changing experience for them.
"Awesome , Fantabulous, rock on for christ, life changing camp, too good, life cheering, fabulous, superb....." were some of the comments made by the campers. When celebrations were round the corner,ICPF Delhi Region arranged it's 15th winter camp at Mount Carmel Junior School, Anand Niketan, Delhi. Though it was breath taking winter in Delhi, around 114 students gathered from Delhi and it's satellite cities. There were 20 leaders and 10 elders to take care of the students. The participants seemed so excited from the first session in itself. This camp made a mark in bringing the most new comers. Vibrant and fiery preachers added flavours and colours to the excitement to the participants. When Rev Arun Michael, Allahabad focussed on the spiritual uplifting and Bro.Geo Varghese from Ahemadabad focused on the issued related with students. Students were fascinated by the theme "Radical And Vibrant Encounter"(RAVE). Students gave their undivided attention to the career classes delivered by Mr. Sony V Thomas (General Manager, Marketing, Nokia) and Mr. John Harrison(YMCA, Secretary,Hostel Services, New Delhi) on developing leadership skills. gathered youths were also challenged by the Spirit filled deliveries of Pr. M.K Babu and Algin Singh.
Angelos,along with Bro. Bonny Andrews & Sunny James Daniel added more flavours in leading the young people into the time of meaningful worship. The participants were waiting for the lively worship time. Sessions for counselling, games and group competitions met the mental and physical needs of the Campers. Students poured out their doubts in the Question and Answer sessions and were satisfied by the accurate hits. Many young lives were touched and they surrendered their lives for Christ. The movie "Road to Redemption" made many to commit their lives for ministry. The camp was concluded by Pr. S.Martin. We do here acknowledge the hard work put in by Staff workers and CGPF members.

"All Glory And Honour Belongs To Him Alone".

Camp Highlights:
Total attendance :140
Accepted Christ : 33
Decided to live a Holy life : 44
Decided to take water Baptism : 24
For ministry : 37