Meltdown – Tennessee State Youth Retreat, Nov. 5 – 7, 2010


JOIN THE EXCITEMENT this November when hundreds of Free Will Baptist teens gather at Mainstay Suites in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, for MELTDOWN, a weekend retreat to inspire, challenge, and refresh you through worship, music, games, and outlandish activities you will never forget. Make plans now! Mark your calendar! This is one weekend you do not want to miss! Keynote Speaker Neil Gililland (Uncle Neil) is a fun-loving, off-the wall former missionary to Africa who enjoys bluegrass music, fly fishing, and making goofy faces. You can be sure you will want to hear what he has to say!

You will enjoy great music led by Alabama youth pastors Chad Donoho and Jeremy Robinson. They combine praise and worship choruses with old hymns set to new music. Get ready for some crazy games and activities led by John Forrest (maybe you remember him as last year’s speaker).On Saturday afternoon, plan for free time when you can take advantage of all the activities Pigeon Forge offers, from outlet shopping and Go-Kart racing to exploring the trails through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (only 10 minutes away).

The retreat will be held November 5-7, 2010, at the Mainstay Suites in Pigeon Forge. The price ($260 dollars per room for 1-4 people) will remain unchanged, and includes pizza on Saturday night, and hot breakfasts on Saturday and Sunday. For more information visit the website: www.tncelink.com