Making NAC Happen

 In All Church of God, NAC: North American Convention

By Becky Fauntleroy

Year after year, volunteers make it happen. Whether it’s taking the offering, singing in the choir, leading conferences, stuffing envelopes, planting flowers, or serving meals, the volunteers help make it happen! Months of planning precede the North American Convention each June. The fever of preparation culminates in six days brimming with opportunities for all ages.

At Kid’s Place, more than seventy-five volunteers provide three days of exciting and impressionable learning opportunities for more than two hundred children. Volunteers plan, coordinate, and lead more than a hundred conferences and activities for thirty different ministry tracks. Celebration and two daily worship services are energized by the musicians, choir, and worship leaders. Ushers stand ready to help attendees find seats, assist those with special needs and parents with children, and receive the offering. Fun-filled and spiritually developing youth events require the energy and creativity of volunteer workers late into the night.

The broadest, and perhaps the most meaningful, definition of volunteering is doing more than you have to because you want to, in a cause you consider good. The Church of God is blessed with individuals who are gifted, talented, and willing to give of their time and energy to the North American Convention—because they consider the experience an opportunity to develop and enable kingdom workers as they return to their ministry opportunities across North America and around the world.

Thank a volunteer today for what they do to make NAC possible!

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