Old Bridge, NJ ( your-story ) March 21, 2011 – In a society where immoral behavior is often praised through a plethora of media outlets, there becomes a desperate need for people to stand up and fight against the flow of the current culture. Dan and Nicole Leitz, authors of “Waiting for the One”, have seen this need and have been proclaiming the message of purity to thousands of young people across the nation. Now, they seek to spark a passion for purity by bringing their message to Calvary Chapel ( http://www.ihatepurityconferences.com/ ) Old Bridge, for FREE! The church invites all students from middle school to college to join them on Saturday, April 9th, from 9am-3pm, for this free seminar and concert with Northern California solo artist, Grayson Kessenich. Registration starts at 8:30am and continues until 9am.
The seminar, with its central theme being “Rethink Purity”, will seek to have a primary focus on Jesus. “The truth is,” proclaimed Dan leitz, “purity is simply a by-product of a right relationship with Jesus Christ!” With Dan and Nicole Leitz giving a different perspective on purity and Grayson Kessenich providing fresh and memorable music, the seminar hopes to leave young people with a sweet taste of purity. They admit that most people have a negative connotation of purity conferences, either they’re too legalistic or too lame. With knowing that, they realize that people do not need to be threatened into being pure, but rather “be taught who Jesus is and what Jesus has done for us, and how Jesus washed us with His blood and sees us as pure in His sight!”
In addition to being provided with ways to “Rethink Purity”, the seminar adds to its excitement by combining it with a musician who can truly rock-your-socks off with his “uniquely intimate arrangements” and “personal lyrics.” Grayson’s song, “All Things New” was recently featured on the television show One Tree Hill. His talent, combined with Dan and Nicole Leitz perspective on purity, is sure to provoke young people to “Rethink Purity” for the rest of their lives. Visit http://www.graysonkessenich.com to listen to his music online.