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languages. Choirs, dance groups and drama teams from
Poland, India, Germany, the United States, Jamaica
and many other countries contributed their talents. The
speakers encouraged the attendees to examine their faith
and to change the world for Christ.
Denise de Vasconcelos Araujo from Brazil, who was
elected during the conference as the new president of the
Youth Department, succeeding Eiji Osato from Japan,
spoke about the Volunteers without Borders program in
Brazil that sends young people out to do mission work
around the world. She challenged the attendees to return
to their homes energized to share the gospel.
Zach Hunter, a 16 year old from the United States,
was interviewed as part of the Thursday evening program.
Hunter shared about his efforts to end modern-day slavery
and provided an inspiring example to the youth of how a
person can make a difference in the world, no matter what
their age.
Asha Sanchu from Nagaland, India, spoke about her
work with female sex workers in Thailand, the Philippines,
and in Nagaland. She shared about the challenges she
faces, but also the joys she experiences when she sees
how God changes lives, and when the women are given
opportunities to support themselves and their families in
another line of work. (continued on next page)

(Photos: Family groups provided a forum for youth to
share.; Worship and Bible study were central features of the
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