Sunday, October 31, 2010


Yesterday I went with a team of 15 other young adults to do an outreach in a nearby city. We had been preparing a drama, and the message of the gospel for the past few weeks.  When we arrived we made our way to the central park where a lot of people were gathered.  But right as we were supposed to start, the electricity went out!  No electricity meant no music for the drama, and no microphone for the gospel to be heard loudly.  Marina went looking for plan B, and found a truck with a megaphone that makes announcements.  She asked the driver to please let us use it, and negotiated her way into let us use his megaphone.  We were all excited when we found out about plan B, and even happier, when the electricity came back!  We were able to do the drama, and preach the gospel, and the best news of all is that 21 people gave their lives to Jesus for the first time.  

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