Each morning we start by getting up, getting ready, having quiet time, eating breakfast, and then heading out for the morning to go to our mission site.
Yesterday, it rained and Waterfront Rescue Mission has outdoor projects scheduled for us. There was no way we could do those so we unloaded the trailer and set up our choir stuff because we were going to present our program to them that night. After we set up, we went back to Redemption Church to chill, rest, play games and waited until going back to Rescue Mission at 4:00.
We arrived back to Waterfront Rescue Mission and we ate dinner with the guys. While we were eating dinner, some friends of the Prices, (Wade, Misty, and Dayton McClean) who are from Beebe, AR, who were at Gulfport, MS on business, came to watch Four12 present their program.
There were probably around 40 - 50 guys there. The acoustics in that room were great! The students voices really projected well and just the music, everything sounded great. The mood of the service was great! The guys really got into the songs were singing.
When it was time for Bobby to give a word, he really gave the word. The Holy Spirit guided him on what to say and it was the perfect message and the perfect tone.
After the program, our friend from Beebe, Wade, came to me and wanted to talk to the students, but it ended up him talking to everyone. He told about his son, Dayton’s story and how he overcame his accident. (I don’t have time to explain his story, but DSBC church members knows who Dayton McClean is).
After Wade finished up, Bobby felt like it was the right time to give an invitation and so he got the chaplain and he came up and prayed and about 5 guys came forward wanting to give their lives to Christ!!!
See it wasn’t just the music. It wasn’t just the band. It wasn’t just the message. It wasn’t just the testimony. It was everything. It was all God. God had orchestrated this whole night before it even started. Thank you Lord for everything!
Thank you all for your prayers! We begin Day 4 today.