YouthVision Promotions, in partnership with Glory Temple New Testament Church, is back on the move with another anti-violence event, entitled ‘REDEEMED: From Jail to Jesus’.
Keynote speakers include two former inmates, André Minors and Raymond Symonds.
Spokesman Desmond Crockwell said: “Raymond served three years out of a ten-year sentence for smuggling drugs in Bermuda.
“He is passionate about helping others to make smart decisions and is more than willing to share the consequences of foolish actions.
“Sentenced to 16 years (reduce to 11 years on appeal), André understands the transition from ‘Jail to Jesus’ was the most important decision he could have ever made. He is intensely devoted to spreading the good news of God and the impact that being around the right people can have.
“This extraordinary and life-changing event will also feature entertainment from well-known former Bermuda Idol winner Larritta Adderley, Gospel artist Charro Hollis, the Glory Temple Team Dancers, and Minister Riché Robinson.
“As well as the entertainment, there will be powerful inspirational messages from Brother George Smith, Minister Lee Todd, Pastor Dwain Smith and others,” he added.
“It is our belief that Spiritual Intervention can save lives, and cause one to changing their focus. It is our hope that Christians and non-Christians can come out and build a vision to commit to helping our at-risk young people, as it really does take a community to raise a child.
“Our events fuel up the community’s desire to get involved.”
This FREE event will take place on Saturday, March 24 at Glory Temple New Testament in St David’s, starting at 6:30pm.
There will also be food and refreshments on sale, as well as prizes and giveaways, including lunch for two at the Grotto Bay Beach Resort and FREE CD’s from Marvin ‘Geneman’ Stovell.
For more information call 337-7786 or 595-8261.