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    Stayin’ Alive workshop

    By admin | September 24, 2010

    Stayin’ Alive on 26 and 27 November 2010!

    Are you young and serious about the pro-life cause?

    Want to learn more about defending the pro-life position, and the skills you’ll need to be an effective witness for the culture of life?

    Well then you need to be at Stayin’ Alive on 26 and 27 November 2010!

    Stayin’ Alive is an annual Pro-life workshop which trains youth to be actively Pro-life.

    Over a two-day period, young people develop skills in Pro-life apologetics and organizing that they can then use in New Zealand’s Pro-life movement.

    During meals and group problem solving, young people will actively participate in networking and will be challenged by issues that Pro-lifers face.

    Some of this year’s Stayin’ Alive presenters are


    Bob McCoskrie (Family First NZ)
    Brendan Malone (FLI NZ)
    Greg Flemming (Maxim Institute)

    Stayin’ Alive 2010 is being held in Kapiti

    Grace Hall, 8 Tongariro St, Paraparaumu

    Accommodation is available.

    You can get all the details about Stayin’ Alive and the guest speakers and topics at the Stayin’ Alive website here…

    http://prolifeworkshop.org.nz


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