Luis Palau, Francis Chan, and Kristian Stanfill to partner for 4 free events in the New York City Metro Area
From Luis Palau Association
For Immediate Release
NEW YORK CITY, NY (ANS) -- Renowned Christian
authors and speakers Luis Palau and Francis Chan will partner with
Kristian Stanfill and the band Passion for a powerful series of free
events in New York City this February 10-13.
The events, known as RE:NEW, were created to help strengthen
believers in their spiritual walk, build up their faith, grow their
commitment to the local church, and reinforce the vital work being
accomplished by churches in the New York City metro area this year.
The free conference series will take place over four nights at
several locations around the New York City metro area. It will begin in
Wayne, New Jersey (February 10), then travel to the Bronx (February 11),
Manhattan (February 12), and conclude in Brooklyn (February 13). Each
night will begin at 7:00 P.M. and is a free ticketed event for all. You
can reserve your tickets by visiting www.nycityfest.org/renew.
night of the conference will include teaching from Palau and Chan, both
of whom have spoken with millions of people around the globe about the
importance of the Gospel and written several best-selling books,
including Palau's "Out of the Desert" and Chan's "Crazy Love." Kristian
Stanfill and the band Passion will lead each night in worship. Their
music includes popular songs like "In Christ Alone" and "One Thing
RE:NEW is part of NY CityServe & CityFest, a movement being led
by the Luis Palau Association to help unite churches, organizations, and
believers to serve New York City and proclaim the Good News. The
movement includes a large-scale collaborative service component
involving hundreds of churches and organizations, as well as an
evangelism component including hundreds of outreach events across the
For more information and to register for RE:NEW, visit www.nycityfest.org/renew. For more information about NY CityServe & CityFest, visit www.nycityserve.org.
For more information, please contact: Levi Park, 503.475.9440, firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 15, 2015