Thursday, November 25, 2010

The Take Everything Concert was

worth every bit of stress, time, and effort that was put into it. Were there 800 people? No. Did we sell out? No. However, the 325 people that were there got to learn about the importance of amazing ministries like Compassion International and hearing that God loves them. We had 15 Compassion children sponsored, and there were 57 decisions made that night. It was emotional to see these people that live right down the road from you share that they have struggled with suicide, worthless, and loneliness. Needless to say, we will definitely be doing a concert again because the people in our community are hurting, many cannot go to other locations for these events, and what a wonderful ministry to share the gospel of Jesus Christ. Here is a glimpse into that night:

Stage Crew: Awesome group of guys that helped lift, carry, and move 600lb speakers/equipment.

Isaac: SDS, not only friendly but has the the gift of encouragement sound and production man.

Joseph listening in during the sound check.

 Chris Greenwood aka MANAFEST: He has such a great caring personality.

We took this picture to send to a friend of ours that wanted to take Chris to Sonic. We were letting him know that wasn't happening. =) They did get to chat before the concert, though. See we weren't that mean.

Her husband, Mark.

Then Matt and Mat.

Two of my wonderful WOW ladies, Joleyna and Linda with Joseph's mom, Mary. She is an incredibly sweet woman. 

Mitch and Jennifer at the Compassion booth. We love our pastor and his wife. They are so supportive of Reson and me. We couldn't ask to work with anyone better.

SDS: Joseph




Worship: I love this picture.

This was the majority of those that worked hard for me the day of the concert. They were such a blessing to me. I am grateful for their love, prayers, and support to make this event a success. Now... let's do it again...

1 comment:

Jennifer Landress said...

And you pastor and his wife feel the same way about working along side you and Reson! Thank you so much for all the work you guys put into this event that blessed many:)