It’s that time of year to be thinking about and preparing for Momentum’s Got Talent. If you are a youth worker or a parent you may want to start reminding and encouraging students of the opportunities to be part of Momentum Youth conference. If you are a student you will want to consider how you might be part of this exciting opportunity.
Momentum’s Got Talent (MGT) is a place for students in 7th-12th grades to share their talents and gifts. This may involve singing, playing an instrument, writing a song, poem or story. It could also include a drama, painting, or Scripture memorization. These and other areas are open to young people to share in ways God has blessed and gifted them. Updated options and rules will be available on CE National’s website soon.
Participating is a two-step process that involves a video upload where the work will be evaluated by a panel of judges. Those who make it to the live auditions at Momentum will again be judged with a live performance or showing of art work and possibly be asked to perform on stage during one of the main sessions. Scholarships may also be offered to students. Both Grace College and Lancaster Bible College offer a limited number of renewable scholarships.
The uploading for the initial round of judging will open April 13th and all videos must be uploaded by June 1. We will have more details coming in later editions of CE News Online.