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Youth Evangelism Challenge Set for Mississippi College

Youth Evangelism Challenge speaker Jason Curry is a former MC Choctaws baseball player.
Youth Evangelism Challenge speaker Jason Curry is a former MC Choctaws baseball player.

Inspirational speakers like Jason Curry along with a concert by Tory Dardar and Broken Vessels will highlight the 2018 Youth Evangelism Challenge.

“Now is the Time” is the theme of this year’s activities December 27-28 at Mississippi College’s A.E. Wood Coliseum. Events on the Clinton campus begin with registration at 1:30 p.m. that Thursday.

The Mississippi Baptist Convention in Jackson serves as the program’s sponsor.

Curry is pretty familiar with the Clinton campus.

A former MC Choctaws baseball player, Curry is a communication graduate of the Baptist-affiliated university. A staff member at The Church at Rock Creek in Little Rock, Arkansas, he’s spoken to more than 150,000 people across the nation this year.

The founder of the Finish Empty ministry, Jason Curry has taken his evangelism message to audiences across the world for two decades. Curry has preached at churches, festivals, Fortune 500 corporate events, schools and leadership sessions. He will speak at Morrison Heights Baptist Church in Clinton January 18-19, and meet with the Choctaws baseball team during his trip.

Based in Louisiana, Tory Dardar serves of president of the Broken Vessels Ministry.

Other featured guests at the Youth Evangelism Challenge include Teddy DiBiase. A native of Clinton, DiBiase is a businessman, actor, retired professional wrestler and motivational speaker.

The program at Mississippi College combines Scripture readings with worship music and outstanding speakers.

For more information, contact Don Lum of the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board Evangelism Department at 601-292-3278 or pre-register online at