My story in YFC started back in 2002. All along I had been coming to this lovely gathering held @ Adegbemile cultural center on the 26th December called jubilation in Akure, Ondo State but in this particular year way back, it was with a difference when I attended the Easter edition called Jeyoufest. It was indeed a blessing; I was blessed and fascinated by the different display of God given talent. I joined the movement immediately. Before joining YFC, I was this shy guy battling with low self-esteem in a cold war. I hardly talk in the midst of elderly people. I joined the Youth for Christ dance team, later the choreography team.
My testimonies so far: YFC changed my life through divinely organized camp meetings, rehearsals, outreaches and meeting people.
I met lots of humble people and leaders that were so encouraging. My life was turned around mainly by seeing this leader’s lead, which propelled me to work. We attended seminars on leadership development, sexuality, goal settling etc. and we were given a chance to exhibit our talents and use it for God.
First off, God delivered me from low self-esteem and the spirit of timidity. I’m now a bold dance minister. I presently coordinate the Youth for Christ choreography team and I also run a dance academy called praise dance academy where I teach dance in schools and also train instructors. By God’s grace and my wide area of influence in choreography I’m presently the National President/Country Representative of the International Christian dance Fellowship. YFC is a place to be.
Long live YFC!
Long live the staff!!
Long live the volunteers!!!
YFC in the house; spirit soul and body Abiodun in the house.