Posts Tagged ‘Outreach’

Glory, glory, hallelujah!

Glory, glory, hallelujah!

Glory, glory, hallelujah!

His truth is marching on.

 – The Battle Hymn of the Republic

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Tonight was our final outreach. This was our third long trek of the day. We were tired, but we knew we had a job to do. This is truly an amazing team! There was a lot of energy at this event. Brian was fired up and cracked some jokes here and there. Rick did “Praise ye the Lord/Hallelujah” for worship and got the crowd into it by splitting them up for each part of the song. Mary Alice shared a powerful testimony and Pastor Linn brought the Word tonight. What a great outreach it was!

People singing praises

Pastor Abraham

Indian dancers

Mary Alice shares her story

Pastor Linn brings the Word

Dinner in the village

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We had our next outreach in Ellabadu. This was an awesome outreach because we got to dedicate a new church building that had just been built in the village. Pastor Linn did the dedication and Marty prayed for the building. After Linn cut the ribbon, we were doused with flower petals. It was awesome to see how excited these people were for this new building to worship in. Brian and Kory led us in worship. They liked doing the hand motions for ‘I’m trading my sorrows’ song. Amanda gave a powerful testimony and Rick gave the message. Afterwards, we had dinner on the roof and prayed for the Pastor.

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Tonight was our second outreach at another remote location. The cool thing about this location is that last year’s India team dedicated the church here. After some Indian songs, Rick Calcutt introduced us as a team. Gary and Kory led worship and Meg gave her testimony. Brian Wurzell followed up with an amazing gospel presentation. We went out and prayed for those that were sick and then had late night dinner in the church. Just another incredible night.

The people of Vemuru


Two girls singing

Rick doing the greeting

Meg giving her testimony

Brian giving the gospel

Pastor Linn prays for the local Pastor

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