Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Sowing Hope

Schellin Park Carnival goes on amid a deluge. Pastor Ivanildo shares what happened this morning.

It was a blessing for me to be there at the opening day of our camp at the park with Sowing Hope kids. In spite of the rain, between 15-20 kids were there. I was specially impressed with the number of volunteers who showed up to serve on such a dreary day. A significant number was from Student Ministries (wow, what a blessing to see all those young people there!) but also some adults and some entire families.

Pastor Randy, as usual, did a great job with the music. On a day like this, Mr. Randy's music is the perfect medicine to wake up the soul and the kids were indeed wide awake by the time they were done singing. I was just blessed to be there.

Pastor Randy leading worship

Our interns, Elise and Jacob, by the way, are doing a tremendous job. I am so proud of the work they are doing.

Thanks everyone for helping. If you want to check it out, come to the Park from 9:30 to 11:30 tomorrow and Friday.
Pastor Ivanildo C. Trindade

Lois Engelhart & Jacob Kern getting on the same page

Way to go Outreach Team! Pastor Dave Lawson shared how amazing God is. He and his boys were coming into Wooster from the South. The rain was pouring; "rainin' cats 'n dogs." But when he got closer to Shellin Park, the rain tapered off and seemingly stopped. Wow! How amazing is God! Yeah, God!

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