Monday, October 14, 2013

"set me free"

its october...  which means the Buena Vista Fair is in town here.  its known to be a month of parties, drunkenness, and nonsense in our little village.

a bunch of the Rhinos decided to put together a presentation for the night of "performances" on friday night.  we had nothing to do with it - it was all them.  they asked if we'd come watch it though, so paul, jake, and i went down on friday night to partake in the festivities.  after literally a couple of hours of provocative performances with scantily dressed women, our Rhinos were called up.

what happened next was nothing short of AWESOME.  these are not the same boys we started with 3 years ago!  God is luring them in.  the fact that they did this in front of their entire village, during the fair festivities, is astounding.  their performance was one of the last ones, and there was probably somewhere around 1,000 people watching by that point...

the video tells the rest.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH!


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Our God continues to work in amazing ways!!! At the end He wanted to whole community to see this skit from their own kids. This is Amazing and takes my breath away....
Love you guys!
Johanna

Mimi said...

Nothing short of miraculous. We all learn from our kids, but in this particular setting and timing, how impactful it must have been! God bless the Savannah team that planted the visual and all those that come, work, and pray for the boys and their village. And a special blessing for all of you there, on the ground, for your dedication, obedience, love and caring for the future of these boys.

Pete Dymond said...

Fantastic!

Gina Schmidt said...

It was amazing to see. Praying this is the first of many drastic differences we will see in front of the community. Thank you so much for what your team does everyday.

Angela Arbogast said...

Praise God! Every time I see a deepstream post or video, I cry for joy over what God is doing through all of you in Buena Vista and I cry in sorrow that we're not there working alongside you. Our prayers are certainly with you, though. God bless!

beth said...

Derek and I were stunned watching us. We are crying. So thankful for all God is doing and has done. Love youguys so much.