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History is Made

Well that murky picture is of my friend Stuart standing outside the area where the Main marquee and cafe for Soul Survivor festival will be located...

It has being another very exciting day in the journey of Soul Survivor for two reasons. Firstly, because today I followed Becs (the SSNZ Soul Action guru) up to fielding to again chat and hang with the Youth Workers up there. It is amazing, because the crew up there have totally got it, they are fully rallying around Soul Survivor and are using it as a catalyst for growth in their young people, and to bring a new level of unity in the churches in the area. They are co-ordinating the Social Action part of the festival, and with Graham our Soul Survivor champion in the area promoting it heavily in their networks it looks like a large portion of Manawatu will be at the event. What an exciting thing to be a part of!

And secondly because I traveled up with my mate Stuart Flood. Stuart loves Trains or anything on rail as much as I love music, so we had turns yarning about our particular loves, and I learnt quite a bit about trains today! Stuart is a hero of mine, and deeply challenges me everytime I hang out with him. But its not in what he says, more in the way that he lives his life and the way he worships. Stuart is flippin amped on SSNZ, he took annual leave at the beginning of the year for the Soul Survivor festival. He is also the very first person to register for the event, and the picture below is him registering for the event, as well as for the Stewarding Team. I have a suspicion that the Soul Survivor movement in time will be a significant agent in blessing the Church here in NZ and in building the Kingdom of God in NZ and around Australasia, and Stuart was the first person to register for the very first event. A moment of history...


If you want to register for the event, check the Soul Survivor NZ website, online registrations will be available soon (that was a shameless plug:)

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“History is Made”