Wednesday, April 30, 2014

16 performances later

16 performances later and we are spiritually, musically and relationally richer and stronger than we could have ever imagined. We are marveling at the way God is choosing to make His name known in Korea. And we are marveling at how much we are growing. We have learned so much about hospitality and respect from our hosts. We are learning about God's magnificence and lavish love from the way we are being cared for here. We are learning and seeing first hand that music really does comfort and heal; that music is the universal language; that music can bridge gaps otherwise untouchable. We are learning that God's grace is enough. Miraculously, our bodies are tired, and a number of us sick...but the music and experiences keep getting richer.

We thank God for using us. I thank Him for not only bringing us here to help Korea heal and know Him, but also to change lives amongst ourselves. Students are often telling me that they are experiencing major "ah ha" moments on this trip. I think I speak for everyone when I say that we have fallen in love with the Korean people and their country. They have 37 new prayer warriors! We are excited for the next four days, although already a little sad to think about leaving on Sunday. Please pray specifically for God to continue to sustain our bodies.

1 comment:

  1. What a great job you are doing! The news reports were incredible to see.
    - Bill R. Alumni BIOLA