Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Phat Cat studio, Oslo

The very last event of our fall 2013 tour was recording our very own EP! With Johannes Groth as our producer, we recorded five songs - four of them Disciples of Worship originals! The last song on the EP is Aslak's own version of the old Norwegian hymn Deg være ære.

Even though the days were really long and full of hard work, we had a really great time in the studio. We had so much fun together as a team, as well as with Johannes. He is amazing at what he is doing and it was so good working with him!

We started of every morning with prayer, and we could absolutely feel that God was with us these days as we had powerful moments of releasing all the different sounds of our team - including Henriette praying and the rest of us singing spontaneously for Mary Elizabeths song Follow the Sound.

The whole team are super excited to get the result in a couple of months, after Johannes has finished his work mixing it all into the finished tracks. We enjoyed recording so much, and hope all of you will enjoy the end result - our EP "Follow the Sound"!

Merry Christmas everybody! May it be a blessed one ;)

- Jannicke

Saturday, November 30, 2013

Treffpunkt @ Borgen

This event is in a way what our entire tour has been leading up to. November 22th-24th we gathered many of the youth musicians we have been working and connecting with in the north during the tour for a weekend of connecting and inspiring each other and of course worshipping together.

We started off the weekend with a fun social night getting to know each other and worshipping our great Father. It was so good to stand in the living room where we worshipped and see all the different youth actually be in the same room! The atmosphere was amazing, so filled of energy, God's presence and a longing for more of Him!
We know the youth from so many different places, and this weekend they got to know each other and be united as a strong generation of worshippers in the north. We had youth joining the weekend from Lofoten, Harstad, Ørnes, Tromsø, Sommarøy and Alta. I believe many important connections were made this weekend, and hope and pray that they will get to strengthen the bonds between them and encourage and support each other in the future.

The weekend was filled with many activities, such as small groups where the youth got to connect more with some of the people they didn't know before and we had explorations within prophetic dance and art. It was so good to just be able to let the creativity flow and open up for God to work through it. In the art exploration we both painted/drew to God and got prophetic pictures from God for eachother. The youth really got encounters with God in both the art and the dance exploration time. Dance is really powerful, and it is amazing seeing the youth getting a new level of freedom.

One really special thing we got to do was practicing songwriting, focusing especially at releasing the sounds of our own dialects and focusing on what God is wanting to do in our home area. We were all divided into groups from where we're from, and what came out were several really good worship songs!

The Sunday service also was a highlight from the weekend, as we got to have a time of commissioning all the youth to be lights in the north for God as we were praying for them and their home places. As a small symbol of this, each of them got a small white candle with a norwegian flag-colored ribbon and
"(Youth's name) - God's light in the north" written on it.

The weekend really turned out to be a success, and was a highlight of the tour for us in the team. We feel so blessed to have gotten to know all these amazing people over the last year and a half, and it's gonna be so exciting to see what God will do in their lives in the future! "Treffpunkt" (Meeting point) was a perfect ending to our tour, and we look forward to how the youth continue in their calling to reach the North themselves with their worship & music. What an amazing God we serve!

As I am writing this we are on our way back south to the eastern part of Norway for our debrief and recording of our very own EP with the songs we have written as a band this tour! There is not much to say other than that we are super excited!!

God bless, no less!

- Jannicke


Praise God! What a city, what a group of people and what a weekend!
We were in Alta 13th-19th of November, working with the Filadelfia Church.

Thursday night we had a seminar where Mary Elizabeth taught on the identity of a worshipper. It was really good getting to connect with some of the worshippers in Alta! It was great getting to inspire them in what they carry as worshippers.

We also had the pleasure of cooperating with another team, coming from Veien Bible School in Bergen. Together with Veien and the local youth workers we were leaders for a youth weekend called Møtepunkt 24/7 (Meeting point 24/7).
Saturday we had different seminars the youth could choose from; Hearing God's voice, Creative worship, Worship leading and songwriting and a seminar where they went out on the street to pray for people and share the Gospel.

We also had a dodge ball tournament where all of us participated, and it was great fun (maybe especially because my team won, haha). We could also buy "dirty tricks" to get advantages in the tournament, and the money collected were given to the Philippines.

It was so much fun to work together with the Veien team, and it really was an amazing weekend! It was so good seeing all the youth gathered in the room worshipping God and really getting touched and transformed in their hearts. I think we were just as touched by the Holy Spirit as the youth, and the atmosphere the whole weekend was really good.

Prophesies were also a significant part of the weekend, and many people received prophesies and words of knowledge over their lives. There was several people getting healed this weekend as well, for instance one girl having a shorter leg that grew out as she was prayed for! God is so good.

Sunday night there was an evening service where the whole Filadelfia congregation came to join the youth who had been there for the weekend. The generations together, one of the important values to our team!

We really believe Alta is a hotspot for Finnmark and what God is wanting to do in the north. There are so many prophesies about revival in the north, and we see God working and using the Filadelfia Church in a special way. They have been so faithful in stewarding what God has given them, and working with the youth they have there. When we are faithful with what we already have been given, God can entrust us with even more, and this is something we see in Filadelfia Alta. It will be really exciting to hear what will happen in Alta in the future!

It's almost unbelievable that we only have one weekend of ministry left before we start on our way south again... Where did the three months go? On the other side we have so many memories to look back to, great places we have visited and many amazing people we have connected with. It's pretty nice having new friends all over the north!

- Jannicke


5th-13th of November we were in Kasfjord outside Harstad.
We lived at Rivermont Youth Center the whole time, and had a really good time connecting with the youth band Sound of Worship again.

The weekend was spent at the Prayer Conference that was held at Rivermont. It was a really good weekend where both Mary Elizabeth, Henriette and Jim were teaching and both Disciples of Worship and Sound of worship led the worship for the meetings. It was a conference where God did a lot of work in many of our hearts, and many were touched by the Lord. It was great seeing the people released in the Holy Spirit's freedom, and the room was filled with energy!

There has been many prophesies about revival coming to the North of Norway, and Jim's teaching was on this topic. Yes, we do want revival, but are we really ready for it when it comes? Have we really prepared ourselves? These are important questions to ask ourselves. The north is hungry for revival and God is preparing us to be able to carry it when it comes.

Monday night we joined the prayer meeting in Kasfjord Baptist Church. There was few people, but what a powerful night! The Holy Spirit fell heavily in the little room, and it was a really special experience.

Tuesday, our last night, we got to be with Sound of Worship again and had a good time of supporting them and encouraging them in their mandate in the north. We really love spending time with these youth, and we are so proud of them and how they are traveling around in the north inspiring people and even experiencing people coming to know the Lord!

Wednesday morning we headed up north once again - we were on our way to Alta!

- Jannicke

Wednesday, October 30, 2013


The beauty of the islands about an hour outside Tromsø is striking! The water is almost turqoise, the mountains covered in white snow and the sun shining from the clear blue sky... God's beauty surrounded us, and everywhere we looked there was another amazing aspect of it.

It was so good to come back to Magnus Haraune's house in Sommarøya and get to stay there for a while this time.

Tuesday night we joined the youth club and had such a blast with the youth there! We got to share about Jesus, play a couple of songs, and then we had some really good conversations. It was also intresting that most of them were musicians so we invited them to come for a music night that weekend to teach them more songs to play for Jesus!

The next thing happening was the worship night Friday in the Baptist Church. We also gathered in the church Saturday, where Henriette was teaching on prayer and encouraging the congregation to stand together and persevere in prayer.

We met again with the youth Saturday night, and had a fun time of playing together and teaching them a new song. We loved building relationships with them, and we really wanted to invest some more time in them, so we decided to do the same thing Sunday night with a new song.

One thing we keep coming across in the North of Norway with the youth is a need of encouragement for purpose in their life. It can be so difficult to stand alone as a Christian as a young person. Some stand alone in their schools but also in their families. It was a special time to see the hunger in these youth for purpose and meaning to their lives. They were so open to know more about having a relationship with God and what that looks like and how much God cares for them. We believe this village is such a treasure chest of possiblities with these youth. They are gold! There is such great opportunity for the generations to stand together and support what God is doing here.

Sunday morning we lead worship as Mary Elizabeth preached in the Baptist Church reminding us all how precious is the sacrifice that Jesus gave and how the way we live our lives reflect the value of His presence and we should be a light to the world bringing Him the reward of His sacrifice. We really feel that Sommarøya is a special place, and that God is doing something. It is time to stand up and shine!

- Jannicke


On our way to Sommarøy from Vadsø, we visited Arild & Ragnhild Måsø at Sirma out side of Tana in Finnmark.

Together in their beautiful home we ate, talked and spent some time in prayer and worship together.
We worshipped with our sound and the Sami sound called "Joik".

We had a powerful time united with our different native sounds in the presence of God, as well as praying and encouraging each other. Some of us also had a wonderful time in their sauna and jacuzzi.

- Aslak

Friday, October 25, 2013


We were in Vadsø 16th-20th of October.
It was so good to work with the Filadelfia Church, where we had prayer meetings, teaching on the power of sound and releasing their unique sound and a lot of time worshiping together. Friday afternoon a team from Borgen YWAM joined us, and we had a great time with them. We were out in the streets talking to people, we played in the school - inviting the youth to our concert, and prayed for the city.

Saturday night we had a concert in a place called Vårbrudd, and were truly blessed as we got to have two locals in our band. Rashad on drums and Aleksey on the bass. We had a really fun night!

Sunday morning we joined the Filadelfia Church for their service, and this time we had Robin playing bass with us! We also got to hear Kay Morten share his testimony of how God met him after being a drug addict and dealer. God can truly turn something that seems hopeless into something wonderful. If we choose to live our lives with God, He can give us many adventures in Him!

We really loved getting to know the youth in Vadsø, building our relationships with them, and see them come closer to Jesus, as well as working with the church. Thank you for a great time, Vadsø!

- Jannicke

Thursday, October 17, 2013


10th-15th of October we spent some great days in Karasjok!

The first two days we were together as a team, praying, worshiping and working with things like songwriting. 

Saturday to Sunday we had an amazing time as we got the opportunity to be a part of the Confirmants' Camp! We started with a 16 kilometer hike up to the cabin Ravnastua, where we really got to connect with the youth. They were a wonderful group, and we had many great conversations with them. Other highlights from the weekend was Ester and Aslak's relationship talk with questions and answers and an awesome girl's night in the cabin. It all started with the girls wanting to share ghost stories - but in stead we shared "Holy Ghost-stories" about the Bible and God's power in us. We also got to pray, as five girls made a commitment to Jesus and inviting the Holy Spirit into their life, and we even experienced three of the girls getting healed from headaches and back pain!
With the whole group we got to share some songs, a play about the Lord's prayer and Joy shared her testimony. 
Sunday we hiked back down and had to say goodbye to the youth. Sunday night we had the privilege
 of leading worship at the Pentecostal Church for their meeting.

Fortunately we got to see some of the Karasjok youth again Monday, as we had a time of hanging out with them at the Church before our meeting. Here Mary shared about the Treasures of God's Glory and how the Sami culture is so precious to the Lord. 
Monday night we had a great time at Franziska's (the new priest) house where we had pizza and some good conversations.

Our last day in Karasjok we went to the Sami Parliament, where the King and the Crown Prince of Norway visited for the opening of the new parliament. We blessed the parliament and the leading of  the Sami people as we prayed inside while the opening was happening. It's quite amazing how we can carry God's presence into places by just being there and inviting God to be enthroned. It is an exciting time for Karasjok, a new season, fresh wind blowing through the North. 

After the ceremony ended we headed up north to Vadsø!

Be blessed! We're excited for what's on God's heart for the next week.


Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Trondheim worship seminar weekend!

4th-6th of October we stayed in Trondheim for a weekend of worship seminars and leading worship at Salem Church.

The whole team had a great time, and we were blessed with an incredibly warm welcome - We really felt at home in the city. The atmosphere was fantastic, and we met many nice people who were truly on fire for God and thirsty for more inspiration on worship!
After the seminars we split up in two groups, some of us going out on the street to lift up the Lords name for the people in the city with worship evangelism and the other group had a session of prophetic singing led by Joy and Ester.

Saturday night some of the team members joined the student service at Salem. It was really good to be able to simply sit down and receive, as we are so used to be a part of the meetings we attend ourselves.
After a late night (for the girls a really late - girls night in the hotel room!) we were ready for Sunday service at 11am. We loved leading worship with a team mixed of DOW and Salem's own worship team.  Once again I want to say that we had an amazing time in Trondheim, and we are looking forward to come back again!

Monday was spent in the Hulk (our van), as we travelled about 17 hours up North to Sommarøy outside Tromsø, where we are enjoying a few days of rest before we head up to Finnmark and Karasjok.

We feel like the team is really getting close as our relationships are getting strengthened along the way, and we are really excited for the rest of the tour! Hope to see you at one of our events the next two months!

- Jannicke

Tuesday, October 8, 2013


God loves family! I mean, think about it... He does have a lot of children. A whole lot! :) I love family too, and last week, God blessed me with an opportunity of introducing my DOW family to my parents as well as my Church family - for guess what... We went to Sweden!

Pappas Hus:
We ministered in the city of Östersund (Jämtland), in my home Church: Pappas Hus, an evening with worship, and where we together saught God's heart for the area.  He has truly seen the devoted hearts of the people there and He has not forgotten them. Neither has He ever ignored their prayers! The best is yet to come: more of His beautiful presence and greater amounts of His glory!
2 Chronicles 16:9: "For the eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to give strong support to those whose heart is blameless toward him."

Nursing home:
We also had the privilege of playing at a Nursing home in Hallen. It was not a worship setting where we actually led worship, but we played praise and worship songs. Our focus of going there was not to have them convert and get saved. Of course we want them to get to know Jesus and find life, but Isomething that I  love, is how we as Christians can just love people and that is enough! That's all we have to do. As we love, we show Jesus to them.. I talked to some of the people who were there and listened to us, and they were blessed by it! At least to me, this can seem like a small thing and not a big deal. But as I reflect on the love that the Lord has for each one of these people, that He sent His beloved son to die for each one of them: how much must this not have pleasured His heart! And from our side, playing those songs without focusing on leading worship with them, this was still an act of worship to Him as it blessed His hearts! We also know, after learning about and getting more revelation on the power sound, that the atmosphere in that building - there's a restaurant, and where people live and many people work - was impacted sith the light of God's presence.

The nature in that place is beautiful, and one sfternoon we drove up to the mountains and prayed. This ended in us writing a song in Swedish. A worship song to put on the lips of the body of Christ in Sweden.. A song of recognizing Him as a good and faithful God, and as a response to that surrendering our lives to Him.

Praise God for the nation of Sweden and its wonderful people. We thank Him for His promises, which will come to pass in Jesus name!

- Amelia Joy

Fall Tour has started!

We are entering our second week of preparations for the 2013 Fall Tour.
Last wednesday we got to a lovely house in Mysen, where we're so blessed to get to stay for almost three weeks before we start our travel up north.

So far we have had some class time with teachings on the power of sound, we have lead worship at the opening conference of the Oslo branch of the Women in Network ministries as well as the Sunday service at Mysen Frikirke. In our house we have spent time together as a team praying, worshipping and strenghtening the bonds between the Team members. As the new member of the team it has been a special and exciting week for me (Jannicke) getting to know the rest of the team and joining their awesome journey with God.

Living in a house with six other people sure is exciting, and we enjoy each others company. We are so blessed to have Jim and Henriette with us as our spiritual parents, and you could say we're a family. We all take our turns cleaning and preparing meals for the group.

Each one of us have our own field of responsibility, and part of our time we spend on preparing and working on these responsibilities.

I think I can speak for the whole team when I say we are really excited for this tour, and we're really looking forward to visiting many beautiful places and meet both people we have visited before and get to know new people and places!

Monday, September 16, 2013

Kenya Adventures!

Lions, Zebras, golden trees, vibrant colors, Masaai tribe, radiant sunrises, are just a few things you will see in Kenya. You will also see crazy traffic, poverty, trash, orphans, and beggars. Yet when you look deeper at it all through spiritual eyes seeing what the Father sees, you will see palaces, treasure, gems, kings & queens.


 I came to Kenya with the intent to see the Kingdom of God through different lenses and therefore I did. After a few days in Kenya’s main city, Nairobi, exploring the terrain of Kenya through a safari staying in the Bush, and visiting the Massai tribe, we headed toward the Mizpah Prayer Center in Nakuru. There we were greeted with an atmosphere with continuous day & night fervent prayer & fasting. This was a culture that carried such stamina & perseverance in God’s presence. People turned their heart cries from difficulties to God petitioning Him with praises of thanksgiving. They have a mandate to pray for the nations all over the world, yet God has placed a special mandate for 2 nations… Israel & what else? NORWAY! Of all nations, why Norway? Again another place in the world God is drawing people to stand for Norway in prayer. Even on their platform they had 3 flags: Kenya, Israel, & Norway. This is so special.

 So here we are a team of 7 people representing different generations & different nations coming from Norway to Kenya yet each of us carrying something to be added to this culture here in Kenya also with open hearts ready to receive from Kenya. The focus the Holy Spirit laid on each of our hearts was to encourage & empower the worshippers in their identity as sons & daughters of a good Papa God. Over 25 different denominations of churches gathered at Mizpah for a week of teaching on worship. The Holy Spirit really unlocked people’s hearts to a new level of authentic worship as they explored different expressions of dance, art, songwriting, and received healing from the love of the Father. Two people were physically healed in our dance workshop without any teaching on healing. The Holy Spirit just came with healing of a fractured ankle and head ache. Amazing things happen in God’s presence.

 We had a very significant time at the end of the week releasing their unique sounds of worship. Every person on this earth carries his or her own song and each nation and culture carries a unique sound. There are 42 different tribes in Kenya. We encouraged them to write from their own sound & language using their authentic instruments as well to release the sound God has given them to for the glory of God in worship. Jesus died for that sound of worship to be released. It is easy for people to try to copy the sound of the West because that is what is popular and what we hear on the radio and television. Yet God is longing to hear the sounds of His people’s hearts from the language of their hearts that He has given them. It was beautiful to hear so many people during the week writing songs from scripture and from their heart and their language.

 It was a challenging, powerful, inspiring week in Kenya. It was great to deposit some things we brought with us there but even greater to leave with treasures that we received. I encourage everyone to check out the Mizpah Prayer Center, go visit or sow financially into what they are doing! They are an incredible example of the Kingdom through reaching out in their community with their orphanage, school, water supplies, crops, and continuous prayer with services everyday twice a day for people to come from all over Kenya! We are excited to develop more of a partnership with them & continue to invest here! Maybe you will want to join us on our next worship mission to Kenya?

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Back from Kenya!

Two days ago I emptied out my backpack and attempted to snuggle under the familiar blanket covers on my own bed. Disillusionment from jet lag and pondering thoughts were successful in keeping the shutters of my eyelids open. A morning college class and other responsibilities waiting for me in several hours didn't carry enough motivation for me to sleep. I had so much to process. I still do. A hop, skip and a jump to Africa and back can't just be followed by a cup of tea. It takes time for gazing, enjoying, and analyzing the depths of its experience, like the measures of studying a beautiful painting.

My initial few days spent in Nairobi were honestly somewhat blank and disoriented. I was still getting my bearings for the purpose of me joining this team (Disciples of Worship from Norway). I was gradually recovering from jet lag, exhausted after two days of non-stop traveling. Nevertheless, I jumped right in. We visited an orphanage, squeezed adorable babies & toddlers with love, and ministered with a worship team from a church in Nairobi. Beyond my somewhat blurred perspective quickly to be remedied by sleep and rest, I was already in love with this place.

Soon it was time to venture on a bumpy, 6 hour road trip to visit the Maasai tribe in Maasai Mara. Before heading to facilitate our worship conference at Mizpah Prayer Center in Nakuru, we were highly encouraged by our Kenyan friends to share life with the Maasai and view God's creation through the classic safari experience. Something which continues to sit in my bucket list is to live with an unreached people group for a period of time. I came very close to checking this one off... too close, actually. 

As we entered into Maasai territory, yellow trees glistening of gold from the sunlight welcomed us. The road's bumps intensified as we scanned the landscape for any wild animals in sight. We began to notice herds of goats roaming the fields, often crossing the streets with their young shepherds keeping them together. It didn't take much for the Maasai children to flash their bright smiles, waving toward us cheerfully. 

As we continued, clean laundry drying on rocks caught our attention, followed by stares behind the rocks from women dressed in vibrant colors. Men with their weapons and colorful "cloaks of honor" roamed the land, carrying such dignity in their presence. We passed by several villages consisting of humble, cement homes built with tin roofs, as well as local shops and schools.

We finally arrived at our camp destination, warmly welcomed by members of the Maasai tribe. As we spent the next two days safari gazing, I'll easily admit that my favorite part was spending time with the Maasai people. We were privileged to spend time in their village, learning about their culture and history. As we received an honorable tribal dance by the Maasai men, giggles and hugs from the kids, and warm smiles from the women, my heart soared. God's imprint of love was all over these people. The characteristics of His dignity and glory glowed on the faces of these beautiful people. His presence was invading this place. They just didn't know it yet. 

Before our team left the village, we asked if we could teach our new friends a song. As I pulled out my guitar and handed out some shakers, we began to sing "Mighty to Save", explaining the Gospel message to them. That God loved the world so much that He sent His son Jesus to die for their sins, and then rose again so that we might be seated with Him in the heavenly realms as God's sons and daughters!

Heaven invaded this village as we sang, placing words of truth on the lips of the Maasai people. As we continued repeating the words of this simple song, the atmosphere shifted. New songs began to flow within our hearts as we prophetically claimed the land, the people, the animals, everything for His glory. Our Maasai friends might not have recognized the knowledge of the Holy Spirit at that moment.

 But they felt Him. We all did. It was glorious!

As we reached to our final goodbyes with our Maasai friends the following morning, I secretly did not want to leave. If I had the choice to remain there for the rest of our two-week visit to Africa, I would have! But little did I know this would only be the start to discovering the spiritual wealth of Kenya. And as we drove back onto the bumpy, dusty road exiting the Maasai land, my heart was about to explode and spill over with more oceans of His love than I could ever have imagined. 

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Wednesday, June 5, 2013


Bergen – what an amazing city! We arrived here just in time to enjoy the celebration of May 17. As we stayed at Ester’s house with her incredible parents we got the family feeling which is typical for Norway, a nice breakfast in the morning followed by the parade downtown, and then eating rømmegrøt (a kind of porridge – yum yum!) in the afternoon. That evening, on their actual national day, we spent some time just worshipping and coming before God’s face and honoring Him, as well as interceding for Bergen and Norway. We ended the night downtown watching great fireworks. Such a fun experience for us non-Norwegians!

We had the privilege of leading worship at Ester’s church Kristkirken on their Sunday service. 

On Monday we attended and lead worship for a service at Norkirken, which is Mary’s home church and a great supporter of D.O.W. It was a good time of connecting with Pastor Svein Høysæter again, and together with Norkirken and their sister church we enjoyed good fellowship with barbeque and soccer afterwards. I (Joy) love how they value family a lot, how the different generations come together as one unit. I believe seeing this really pleases God’s heart!

During our time in the Bergen area were very blessed with sunny weather, as we experienced what is recorded as the hottest day ever in May so far! We actually went swimming in the sea one evening! After traveling a whole lot, we loved staying at a cabin in Kvamskogen, an hour outside of Bergen, up in the mountains. While there we had some days of debrief from the tour, reflecting on it and learning from better and worse situations, as well as just reminding ourselves and each other about what God has done during these months. Sometimes as we constantly move forward in life it’s hard to see, but as we stop for a moment and look at what God has done, gratitude fills our hearts. The result of that is that there is a genuine response of praise to Him. Bill Johnson once said “Show them God and they will worship!”, and as we first see Him and His works, we can’t help but bring to Him the worship that He is so worthy of!
A well needed time of rest, and special time of connecting with the different home churches of the team that we thank God for!

Monday, June 3, 2013

Baptist District Conference

May 9-12
We were asked to lead worship for the Baptist District Conference this weekend, and after a long drive from the north we came to beautiful Rivermont (retreat center), where we were going to stay. We led worship the first night, as well as having a concert for the kids afterwards. It was a very good night with so much freedom, and we didn't want to stop worshipping! So special. Sound of Worship, our great friends from Kasfjord were playing as well, and we were so proud of them!

It was amazing to see such a group of worshippers, both mulitcultural and multigenerational, standing together in unity, worshipping Him. That unity is so important, such a key for His kingdom to come!

The next two days, we lead worship at the prayer meeting in the morning, we had worship workshop and dance workshop at daytime and led worship in the evening. After that, we had another concert, and our dancers and musicians performed what they had practiced. They did such a good job, and we were so proud of them!

We got to connect with many kids, and personally, I (Ester) want to encourage Jesus Revolution. They are such a great dance and drama team, and I am looking forward to see what they will do in the future. You guys are changing people's lives, and greater things is yet to come! Keep up the good work! ;-) 

We had a great time connecting with the people at the camp, and they challenges us a lot in their freedom in worship! We were so blessed to be with them, and we hope to come back soon!