This is an annual meeting that was held for the fifth consecutive year, bringing together in all those who are in any way connected with rehabilitation in one place. In other words, it is the largest scale conference of its kind in Ukraine.
Just to remind that more than 2,000 people came together from all over Ukraine to take part in this conference.
According to statistics, the New Generation movement counts 175 rehabilitation centers, as of September 2016, with 2,800 people undergoing rehabilitation course in Ukraine and Russia.
It is worth noting that workshops, services, prayers and meetings between the heads of rehabilitation centers and those undergoing the course of treatment were held from early morning till night.
The speakers of the conference were senior bishop of the New Generation Andrii Tyshchenko and also bishops Dmitry Makarenko, Andrei Kovalenko, Alexander Grishin, Anton Tishchenko, Alexander Guryanov and Andrey Nevolin.
One of the most anticipated events of the conference was a football competition, attended by 28 teams from different rehabilitation centres
A team from Dnepropetrovsk headed by Igor Zurnadzhi( head rehabilitation center) became this years' champions. The winning team received a cash prize of 5 thousand hryvnia. Last years' winning team was also from the city of Dnepropetrovsk.
Each participant of the conference received a gift book by Joyce Meyer, "Get your hopes up!"
A joint photo of all those present was taken on the coast of the Azov Sea.
Beauty Lab, a mission charity of the New Generation held workshops for female participants. A large number of females undergoing rehabilitation were able to have free eyebrow correction.
Also, a team called Samson (Headed by Sergey Gorkin) of Pershotravensk presented their power and force performance,
during which bodybuilders bent iron bars and ripped thick books - representing breaking of curses and crushing sin.
The last evening was dedicated to the deliverance service were prayers for healing and curse breaking took place.
Testimonies of healing from various diseases followed, some even got out of wheelchairs.
On the last day of the conference on September 16th, 2016 after the seminars where Bishop Andrej Nevolin preached and taught, another planned activity took place, where 313 people were baptized promising God a good conscience.