A View From The Famine

We're 19.5 hours into our 30 Hour Famine and having a great time. As you can see the auditorium at Beaverton Christian Church looked a little differently last night than it did two days ago!


The rally went great! It is just so cool to see hundreds of students serious about seeking the heart of God, wanting to see the tide of poverty turned around.

There are 50 of us in our group going through the weekend together. This morning we will gather for a worship time along with another youth group in town, as well as a group of men in our church that are engaging in the famine with us. After worship we head over to Northwest Children's Outreach to serve in their warehouse. Barring a breaking news story KATU is supposed to send a crew out to do a story on our famine. We're excited about that and the opportunity that will give us to share God's heart for the poor with all of Portland.

After Northwest Children's Outreach we will head over to Medical Teams International to go through their REAL. LIFE. Exhibit. You can go here to see a video description of the exhibit. It is an incredible life changing experience.

At 6:00 we break the fast with the men in our church and our excited to share together a meal and all that God has accomplished in our hearts.

More to come.

1 comments:

Matt Singley said...

That is awesome, Brian! Way to go.

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