Gen Z Online Conference (Dec. 4–6)

HowToLife Movement® is hosting a digital conference for young people ages 15 to 23 on December 4–6.

The Z Conference
December 4–6, 2020
Online Conference

HowToLife Movement® is hosting a digital conference for young people December 4–6, called The Z Conference. This conference will be completely online for young people ages 15 to 23, high school and college age, from all over the world.

The Z Conference is put on exclusively by Gen Z, for Gen Z.

Registrations continue to pour in from around the world. Currently, young people from 22 different countries, and representing six continents, will be participating in the Z Conference.

Founder of the Z Conference, Jordan Whitmer, says, “Our generation is so broken, and desperate for hope. We must do all we can do to reach them for Jesus. I and an amazing group of young Christian leaders and voices are currently in the process of planning for this online conference to impact our generation with the gospel.”

This is an historic moment for today’s young people. A global pandemic in 2020 has only served to accelerate anxiety, depression, hopelessness, fear and uncertainty for the future. CNN provided this recent headline: 1 in 4 young people are reporting suicidal thoughts. Generation Z is so lost, and is in such need of hope in Jesus.

The student leadership team putting on this event has a combined following on social media of 8.5 million young people on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter. The gathering of this team to work together is unprecedented. The potential to impact many young people is significant.

Teenagers and young people today are so desperate for the gospel, ultimately for hope in the midst of these incredibly uncertain times. This conference will be very timely to impact and touch many lives through Gen Z influencers leading in teaching, worship, panel discussions, hope stories, live Zoom conversations and much more. The theme for the conference is “Confident Hope.”

For more information and to register, go to TheZConf.com

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