Wednesday, June 11, 2008

More Than A Memory

We haven't forgotten the faces of Kyiv.

Couldn't have been a better night for stop 1.

Welcome to Sweden.

Passion loves Stockholm.

Stockholm style.

Redman leads in Swedish.

Beautiful Brazil!

Were they ever ready for Passion SP.

These guys in Sao Paulo, and many more like
them everywhere, made this tour possible.

Some of us on the heliport of our SP hotel.

Not the easiest place to do an event!

But there are no smiles like Ugandan smiles.

Crazy. Expressive. Full on. Happiness.

Amazing Nirva!

Being blessed by His Grace?

The most beautiful kids...you heard this on the podcast.

Yes Lord.

Praying before Paris.

The city's largest university worship gathering?!?!

More volunteers in Paris.

DC in Paris.

A massive night in London.

London faces.

Well, five days have gone by since our post-London blog. Kinda weird, huh? Shelley and I headed back to Paris for a few days and have now arrived home to Atlanta. Re-entry has been a little strange after being on the go for almost a month, but we are happy to be home. (Driving for the first time in four weeks was a strange sensation!). But even though we are thousands of miles away from London, and Kyiv seems like forever ago, we are very much living and breathing the first six amazing cities we have visited and still stunned by what we have seen and experienced.

Back at the Passion House the countdown to Manila is on and plans for Leg 2 are in full swing. But how can we forget the incredible faces of new friends in Ukraine, Stockholm, SP, Kampala, Paris or the UK? Every few seconds I find my mind wandering back to one of the unforgettable moments of the past four weeks and I'm overwhelmed by a sense of gratitude that God allowed us to be a part of what he is doing around the globe.

It's been pretty cool talking to people who have been following the blog and podcasts each step of the way. Just by the expression on their faces I could tell that many of you really did make this trip with us even though you never left home. Thank you for praying for us each step of the way. We have a long way to go and much to trust God for as we look toward the next 11 cities. And we still really need your prayers, even though we are home. I am praying Isaiah 52:12b (and 58:8) for our whole team, as well as all those who were a part of these first six events. "For the LORD will go before you, And the God of Israel will be your rear guard."

Happy to be part of a worldwide movement!


  • Awesome!! I will continue praying! Praise God for all He has done!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/11/2008 11:07 PM  

  • yea!!!!!! a new post!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/11/2008 11:19 PM  

  • I am so glad to hear that this has been so successful! God is amazing!! I am glad to hear that we have Christian friends all over the world! Praying for all that you guys will do!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/11/2008 11:37 PM  

  • awesome awesome pictures. thanks for showing.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/11/2008 11:54 PM  

  • You know what's so cool about seeing/hearing about the world tour? That we're involved in a movement that really is bigger than America. To just observe the reality that God is huge...that's remarkable.

    By Blogger fredsterific, at 6/12/2008 12:03 AM  

  • i love the summary. I can't wait for till yall go to Manila and Mexico CIty!!!

    By Blogger Mayra, at 6/12/2008 12:53 AM  

  • Awesome! I will be praying for what is coming!

    By Blogger Jeffrey, at 6/12/2008 1:19 AM  

  • Yea! I have been in blog withdrawal.
    I listened to the Kampala podcast today. This whole faith journey is amazing to experience vicariously. Thanks for stepping out of the boat. You have encouraged my faith.
    I hope I can wear a green shirt and sing 'God of this City' at a future stop. We will continue to pray for God's hand to be upon everyone and everything about this movement.
    I'm excited about the book too!

    By Blogger brenda Madsen, at 6/12/2008 2:05 AM  

  • Thanks for everything you are doing.It is truly amazing!!! Am very much excited and praying for you.Wow!!!!

    By Blogger Titus, at 6/12/2008 3:40 AM  

  • Thanks for the update Louie!
    Praying for restoration of mind, body and spirit for you and the Passion Team.
    Praying for the hearts that were sparked in the cities where you touched down, that they will continue the race set before them to make God famous in their city.
    Praying for the leg 2 of the WT as logistics start to fall into place. Praying that the teams wont get bogged down in the details, but remember the big picture of God's Rescue and Grace.

    Love yall...we reallyhave felt like we have been on this journey with you! We are hoping to catch you in Mexico! ;)

    By Blogger Ann Marie, at 6/12/2008 8:34 AM  

  • will continue to uphold all of you in prayer & looking foward to Kuala LUmpur

    By Blogger ...., at 6/12/2008 9:31 AM  

  • Happy to be part of a worldwide movement! [2]
    This is awesome!
    I also don't stop remembering the wonderful moments of the Passion in Sao Paulo!
    We will never be the same...really really really!!
    Brazil continues praying for all you guys...and for Manila!
    God bless!

    By Blogger Wellington Albertini, at 6/12/2008 9:32 AM  

  • So good to see what God is doing around the world through Passion. keep on trucking!

    By Blogger EJ, at 6/12/2008 10:05 AM  

  • :D lot of memories
    very good to remember this precious time!!! :D

    By Blogger alexintheworld, at 6/12/2008 10:45 AM  

  • Louie & Shelley & Passion Team -

    It has been soon neat to be a part of the world tour via blogs, pics, and podcasts. I have truly been praying for you all as you were at each stop. I hope you will get the much needed rest as rejuvunation while you reflect on all that God has done and is preparing to do during the 2nd leg of the journey. May God continue you to go before you and prepare the way for you all.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/12/2008 10:53 AM  

  • I check the blog every single day and I rejoice in the work that God has been doing in all these places. I just finished reading Francis Chan's book 'Crazy Love' and I cannot help but think how God changed my life at Passion DC in Feb. I think about Sam often and the call she made to go preach the gospel in China. I was telling myself that it was hard enough to learn English after my parents immigrated to the states from Bolivia, but if I want to make a difference in China, I should learn Chinese. I want to live to make Jesus' name famous and look beyond my circumstances. I know thousands of lives have been changed and touched by Passion and I want you to know that the passion for Christ is only growing! Can't wait to hear more about what is going on in the world! =)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/12/2008 11:28 AM  

  • God is good... All the time..and
    All the time...God is good.

    Psalm 34:8

    "O taste and see that the LORD is good; How blessed is the man who takes refuge in Him!"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/12/2008 12:29 PM  

  • i ran into a couple students i met at passion in kampala today and they're still talking about it! God has big plans for uganda.

    By Blogger valeriehulme, at 6/12/2008 12:47 PM  

  • Hi Louie!
    It's so good to hear from you again; I think we all got spoiled during the tour with the constant updates :). Thank you so much for the beautiful pictures! They bring back so many memories just for me- I can't imagine what they must do for you, having been there and experienced it. God is wonderful to allow us to join Him like He so often does! But we are glad to have you back here in America for a few weeks, and my heart and prayers are still with you all: that each day would be blessed with renewed strength and a fresh glimpse of His vision. Please keep the blogs and prayer guides and podcasts coming as you get a chance so that we can know how to join you all in prayer (and in other way if needed). You and Shelley and the whole Passion Team are SO appreciated and very much loved!
    Because of Jesus,
    Christis Joy

    P.S. Thanks especially for the picture of the Watoto Children on the podcast- they were great! And I don't think "Uncle Chris Tomlin" ever lead worship for a more special group of people.

    By Blogger Aslan's Girl, at 6/12/2008 12:50 PM  

  • Been LOVIN following the journey guys! It's been like watching the God-Amazing race

    By Blogger Dave Carrol, at 6/12/2008 2:50 PM  

  • You have expanded my view of God as I've listened to the podcasts and read the blog...thank you! I have been awakened many evenings to pray for Passion...especially the day you were in Kampala. Can you please tell us more about how your "Indescribable" talk went under the stars there...thanks!

    Praying for Passion!

    By Blogger Lissa, at 6/12/2008 4:25 PM  

  • Yeah!

    I'm so Happy to see a blog posted!!!
    It's been toooooo long and I've been missing the checking in every day for the latest updates...

    The pictures are once again Amazing!

    I just got the chance today to listen to the podcast from Kampala and London!


    The kids in Kampala rehearsing with "Uncle Chris Tomlin" and then the ones that you talked with just sound so sweet and cute!!!

    They made my cry with Happiness listening to them! :^)

    Thanks so much, Louie and the Passion Team for all the updates and all that you are letting our Great God do through you!!!

    Karah :^)
    here in the great state of TEXAS

    P.S. I also just listened Sam Lu on the podcast! WoW! She made me cry with joy also...Thanks for talking with her Louie!

    Ok bye 4 now!

    By Blogger Karahly, at 6/12/2008 4:30 PM  

  • Praise the Lord for all He has done all over the world during the first leg of the World Tour!

    Cape Town is praying for Manilla!!

    By Blogger annami, at 6/12/2008 5:20 PM  

  • Thank you so much for sharing!!! Praise God that HIS name is getting spread!!
    Go storm the next 11 cities


    forever HIS child, freedom

    By Blogger Freedom, at 6/12/2008 6:32 PM  

  • Hi Louie!
    I've been following the World Tour through the blog and the podcasts ever since I attended Passion ATL this year. Been spreading the word to my hometown of Fairbanks Alaska about what amazing things God is doing with your team. Word is getting around the US and the world (Alaska is waiting for a Passion AK haha), and what God is doing is truely unbelieveable. You all will be in my prayers, and I look forward to trying to take a break from Georgia Tech in October to attend Mexico City! God bless you and your team! Praise God!

    By Blogger Alana Clooten, at 6/12/2008 6:36 PM  

  • I was once part of a traveling ministry team. In a rural area a friend and I continued to direct the driver, "Keep going!!" We ended up in a 15 passenger van stuck on a dried mud path trying to do a U-turn. Hopefully this comment won't egg you on to that means, but...

    "KEEP GOING!!!!!"

    By Blogger Kendra, at 6/13/2008 9:34 AM  

  • owwwwwwwwwww

    i will continue prayinnnnnng


    The voice of truth

    Oh,what I would do to have (oh, o que eu teria que fazer pra ter)

    the kind of faith it takes (o tipo de fé para)

    To climb out of this boat I'm in (sair desse barco que estou)

    Onto the crashing waves (em direção ao das ondas se quebrando)

    To step out of my comfort zone (para pisar fora da minha zona de conforto)

    Into the realm of the unknown (em direção ao desconhecido)

    Where Jesus is, (onde Jesus está)

    And he's holding out his hand (e Ele está¡ estendendo sua mão)

    But the waves are calling out my name (mas as ondas estao chamando meu nome)

    and they laugh at me (e elas riem de mim)

    Reminding me of all the times (me lembrando todas as vezes)

    I've tried before and failed (que eu tentei antes e falhei)

    The waves they keep on telling me (as ondas continuam me dizendo)

    time and time again (varias vezes)

    "Boy, you'll never win, (Cara, voce nunca vencerá¡)

    you'll never win." (voce nunca vencerá)

    But the voice of truth tells me a different story (Mas a Voz da Verdade me conta uma historia diferente)

    the voice of truth says "do not be afraid!" (A voz da verdade me diz "Nao temas")

    and the voice of truth says "this is for my glory" (e A Voz da Verdade diz "isto é pra minha gloria")

    Out of all the voices calling out to me (mais alto que todas as vozes me chamando)

    I will choose to listen and believe the voice of truth (eu escolherei ouvir e acreditar na voz da verdade)

    Oh, what I would do (oh, o que eu faria)

    to have the kind of strength it takes (o tipo de força para)

    To stand before a giant (me levantar diante de um gigante)

    with just a sling and a stone (com uma funda e uma pedra)

    Surrounded by the sound (rodeado pelo som)

    of a thousand warriors (de milhares de guerreiros)

    shaking in their armor (balançando nas suas armaduras)

    Wishing they'd have had the strength to stand (desejando ter tido aquela força pra se levantar)

    But the giant's calling out (mas o gigante esta gritando)

    my name and he laughs at me (meu nome e ri de mim)

    Reminding me of all the times (me lembrando todas as vezes)

    I've tried before and failed (que eu tentei antes e falhei)

    The giant keeps on telling me (o gigante continua me dizendo)

    time and time again (varias vezes)

    "Boy you'll never win, (cara, voce nunca vencerá¡)

    you'll never win." (voce nunca vencerá¡)

    But the voice of truth tells me a different story

    the voice of truth says "do not be afraid!"

    and the voice of truth says "this is for my glory"

    Out of all the voices calling out to me

    I will choose to listen and believe the voice of truth

    but the stone was just the right size (mas a pedra era justamente do tamanho)

    to put the giant on the ground (para por o gigante no chao)

    and the waves they don't seem so high (e as ondas nao parecem tao altas)

    from on top of them looking down (se vistas de cima delas)

    i will soar with the wings of eagles (eu subirei com asas de aguias)

    when i stop and listen to the sound of Jesus (quando eu parar e ouvir o som de Jesus)

    singing over me (cantando sobre mim)

    But the voice of truth tells me a different story

    The voice of truth says do not be afraid

    And the voice of truth says this is for my glory

    Out of all the voices calling out to me (calling out to me)

    I will choose to listen and believe (I will choose to listen and believe)

    I will choose to listen and believe the voice of truth

    I will listen and believe (eu ouvirei e acreditarei)

    I will listen and believe the voice of truth (eu ouvirei e acreditarei na voz da verdade)

    I will listen and believe (eu ouvirei e acreditarei)

    'Cause Jesus you are the voice of truth (porque Jesus, Tu és a Voz da Verdade)

    And I will listen to you.. oh you are ( e eu ouvirei a Ti, oh, Tu és)



    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/13/2008 10:52 AM  

  • Thanks for the post and the update!! Missing te BLOG!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/13/2008 10:57 AM  

  • love the updates....god bless you....i will keep praying....

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/13/2008 11:45 AM  

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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/13/2008 1:34 PM  

  • Hello Giglio, Chan, Tomlin and guys of Passion!
    I also haven't forgotten those amazing moments of grace and glory in Sao Paulo at Via Funchal. God have spoken to me through you guys! Some simple principles that we christians think we know very well but commonly forget...
    I want to say that I started to love this ministry since I've met this at Via Funchal. I'm listening your podcast everywhen I can and I will pray until the final of the World Tour!
    Cos'"Greater things are still to be done!"
    Finally, I don't know if you can answer this post, but I felt very excited when you mentioned that some of yours are from Houston, because I will stay there few days on August beginning, and I'd love so much to visit the church in there. It's a great opportunity that I wouldn't like to miss...
    Praise God! That God bless you!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/13/2008 1:36 PM  

  • Hi Louie. There is a word in Portuguese: SAUDADE...
    When I say - SAUDADE of your posts
    It means something like: I REALLY miss your posts. ( with caps lock!!!!)
    Your last sentence is what I feel every time i read something new here and see any of the pictures:
    I really mean it! \Specially when it is about a movement guided by HIM, giving all the glory To HIM...
    CAn't wait to hear more and more...and to see the next 11chapters of this book written !!!!
    It is like adding some pages to the book of ACTS,in the Bible. It is amazing!!!! God is alive and keeps touching hearts and souls all over!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/13/2008 3:56 PM  

  • PASSION 07 & 08 began a stirring in my son's heart to listen to God's voice about serving. He just left for the Philippines for the summer (his seatmate to Hong Kong was Chris Tomlin's band member). God is good-He knew my child (Bob) needed a Christian friend on that trip! Thank you for PASSION and for your obedience. I attended both years in Atlanta (it keeps me young!) I am sure he is trying to figure out how to stay in Manila!! He flies home on july 31st. We are praying for a PASSION to sweep the lands to make JESUS FAMOUS! Please pray for Bobby!! We are praying for PASSION!
    Your sister in Jesus, Jan

    By Blogger Jan (Mom), at 6/13/2008 10:25 PM  

  • oh my, those pictures are amazing! Thank you!!!
    I'm thinking about you all often!

    By Blogger Anna, at 6/14/2008 2:29 PM  

  • Wow, cheking the blog just makes my day.
    Sp glad that I could be a part of this great global movement fo God. Today morning I read from Proverbs 27:2, let another praise you and not your own mouth;a stranger and not your own lips.
    I take the oppurtunity to be the stranger:Passion Team: You guys are doing great work. What you are doing for the kingdom is so immense.Thank ou for obeying God and letting him use you.
    Can't wait to hear you back on the road.
    And to all the Bloggers, Thank you for making it happen.
    All the best.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/16/2008 3:06 AM  

  • Thank God for what you guys are continuing to do... This nation and this world is in desperate need of a massive move of God... And you guys are remaining obedient in your calling... Keep it up!

    By Blogger Unknown, at 6/16/2008 11:32 AM  

  • I will continue praying!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/16/2008 5:21 PM  

  • Our group of 10 from Texarkana had an amazing time in Paris and London! It was a privilege to serve!

    By Blogger Jason Tingle, at 6/16/2008 5:51 PM  

  • Hey Passion Team and all of you wonderful God passionate ppl around the world...
    Great stuff. God is so Good. really we just cant fathom it. Thanks for the posts, pics and updates Louie...a blessing and inspiration..
    Will definitely keep praying for the Passion team,the places you've been, the lives that have been transformed by God and the places you have to go,the lives to be transformed...and for you all to recover in body soul and spirit!
    ...I recall an old saying from some preacher ages ago "Evangelism is picking up the spoils of war that is won in prayer"...yep we'll be praying for you - Prayer moves the hand of God.

    By Blogger signpost2God, at 6/16/2008 11:18 PM  

  • hello! just reading the blogs and comments gets me more and more amped and excited for what God will do through Passion throughout the world!so i'll be keeping the Passion leadership and team in prayer. Can't wait to welcome you all in Johannnesburg!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/17/2008 9:51 AM  

  • hi,thank you so much for helping us students to make Jesus famous.i was in Kampala conference and i've never praised God like that before,you are a blessing to many and may God bless you so much more for the glory of His name,im praying for you.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/19/2008 4:32 AM  

  • Manilla, we haven't forgotten you! We kept our bracelets and look at them every day to remind us how God is going to rock the Philipines in August! Be prepared because a wave of prayers are already covering you now! Love in Him ALWAYS!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/19/2008 9:33 AM  

  • I've been catching up on the podcast (currently I think Chris being "Uncle Chris Tomlin" and Louie being "Luigi" are the funniest parts) and I have been praying for the students who were at all the events.

    I was talking to my sister, however, and we were discussing that we know you guys are learning certain verses of songs (like God of this City) and we want to learn them too! Is there anyway you could put a video of how to say a few things for each of the cities on the second leg of the tour?

    Lastly, we also think this would be a GREAT opportunity for a pre-second leg live link. We are praying for you guys at the Passion house, and all the students, but it would be sweet to pray with you guys too.

    By Blogger Morgan, at 6/19/2008 11:00 AM  

  • I'm so glad about this tour! Thanks God for this whole holy crew's life!

    I dreamed about being on Passion Atlanta yesterday. It would be a nice idea, doesn't it?! hehe

    []'s for y'all!

    Davi - Brazil

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/19/2008 2:56 PM  

  • just heard from a friend in Manila that 3000 tickets have already been sold for PASSION!!! woohoo!!! let's pray that everybody who needs to be there WILL BE THERE.

    in line with that, just wanted to again thank everybody in London (and everybody else who gave to the WT) for giving to Manila and making the tix really affordable - P150 (Philippine Peso) which is about $4.

    soo excited!!!!


    I dunno if it just didn't download right but the "Eurostar" podcast is only 30secs long? sounded like Louie was cut off and didn't finish what he was gonna say.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/24/2008 1:29 AM  

  • Hi there Louie and Passion Team. Haven't been able to log on lately-been heaps busy. I listened to one of your podcasts while at work today. It's so faith inspiring and life giving the message you allow God to speak through you. Praise Him for His goodness and faithfulness.
    Praying for you and love you all much in the Lord :)

    God Bless you, Sarah-Jane

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/24/2008 6:02 AM  

  • We are all happy to be part of a worldwide movement, too!
    To attend in Passion Conference, when you guys came to SP, it was like a dream that became true! I can't wait for another opportunity to be with you again!!
    we keep praying!!!

    By Blogger bell, at 6/24/2008 4:19 PM  

  • hey people.
    let's keep the Philippines in our prayers still.
    in the midst of the national ferry tragedy, that they know that God is still the God of that city, He's the Lord of that nation.
    pray for the hearts that will be ready receive Him.
    pray for the Passion Manila event

    By Blogger tim, at 6/24/2008 11:47 PM  

  • Louie...
    I lead worship for a Church in Romeo, MI, and I recently led a team on mission for Ireland. We spent most of our time in a rough area near Dublin called Ballymun. As we met with a local fellowship of believers there we knew the song to sing over the city and all of Ireland...
    Greater things are yet to come
    Greater things are still to be done

    As we sang that beautiful anthem over Dublin, we were blown away by how great God is, and it's always a bit of a good thing to remember how this love revolution we are a part of... it's so bigger than us.

    greater things...

    By Blogger Jeff, at 6/25/2008 3:36 PM  

  • Hey Louie, how are things going? How is the passion team doing? What can we pray for? :D Really enjoyed reading the updates and seeing all the pictures from the world tour. Can't wait for part 2! :)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/25/2008 4:35 PM  

  • i miss the updates... louie how ya doing!?!?!?!?

    i have to say that the ripples of passion are here in michigan... at the camp i work at we had a rental group (impact) and the band played just about every passion song (or songs we sang at passion) the whole week. i snuck into just about every "session" just so i could relive the passion memories - even down to the bridge words in hosanna when the room explodes... it was totally awesome!

    i hope yall are getting your rest and refueling! much love from michigan!

    By Blogger TRACE.FACE PHOTOS, at 6/27/2008 11:47 AM  

  • To na fotooooooooo
    i'm in some pic!!!!!!!!!

    By Blogger Jitsuchaku, at 6/27/2008 12:10 PM  

  • For Christiand Friends around the world


    By Blogger Jitsuchaku, at 6/27/2008 12:11 PM  

  • love the podcast louie!!! thank you for taking the time to share your heart and the exciting news!! i had heard about this a while ago and was hoping you would address it... and i must say that every part of me is so genuinely happy for yall and excited to see what will happen!!

    prayers for yall from michigan.

    By Blogger TRACE.FACE PHOTOS, at 6/28/2008 1:47 PM  

  • wow ... thanks for sharing the news on the podcast. i didn't even hear about it at all, but just want to let you know i'm so praying for all of you. may God's favor continue to be on you as you embark on this new journey. :D

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/28/2008 9:07 PM  

  • Happy Birthday Louie! Praying for even greater things to be done on the next leg of the World Tour. I have enjoyed the pictures and the blog updates so much. Praise God for using Passion in such an awesome way!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/30/2008 12:28 PM  

  • Happy Birthday Louie!

    May God continue to anoint you and Shelly with vision. God Bles you for all you do for the 268Generation today and for those to come.

    Passion Volunteer

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/30/2008 5:44 PM  

  • Happy Birthday lg
    The tour de France is starting in 5 days!
    Love you. Miss you.

    the Texan in France

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/30/2008 6:07 PM  

  • Happy Birthday, Louie! I was so excited to hear the news you shared on the podcast. It'll be great to see what God has in store as you continue to follow His lead and spread His fame!

    Passion volunteer '06, '07, and D.C. '08

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/30/2008 10:05 PM  

  • Hey!! Happy Birthday, Louie!
    There's a whole lot of us out here that are really joyful that God created you!(even if it does sound corny:)
    The new podcast was wonderful!! I am so excited about what God is leading you and Shelley to do... God's plans are mind-blowing at times!
    Don't worry I haven't forgotten about the world tour - I will still be praying!!

    For the One who was and is and is to come!!!!

    P.S.Hey - I'm entering college this fall and thought it sort of ironic that the 3 middle digits of my new student ID number are 268 = ) Great reminder for me about what it's all about - and Who it's all for!

    By Blogger Anna, at 6/30/2008 10:47 PM  

  • Well I've been listening to the podcasts from the world tour and I'm so moved by hearing the sound of a generation taking a stand in making the name of Jesus famous on every continent, and in this whole world and following Him in word and deed.

    So last saturday I was at a night of worship, organized by Matt Redman and Hillsong London in Zwolle, the Netherlands as part of the 'Take it to the streets' tour. There were about 4.000 of us in a big conference hall singing and shouting Gods praise.

    And just as we've heard form all over the world, there is a generation in the Netherlands too that want to make Jesus famous and shout His praise in our cities, in our nation, at our schools and universities, at our offices...

    Want to know what that sound like? Here's the soundclip I captured with my mobile phone...


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/01/2008 3:25 AM  

  • Happy birthday Louie!!!
    Thank you for the podcast update, I was missing it!!now I wait for the first monday prayer!!:)
    Praying for you, and the next leg of the tour!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/01/2008 5:40 PM  

  • Good to hear all the news on the passion podcast. Praying for manilla!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/01/2008 6:09 PM  

  • Hey there everyone at passion house. I see some refer to the podcast updates but sadly not all of us are connected to podcasting as yet - could there be updates on the blog now & then pleeezzz just so some of us don't feel left out....
    Take care all and may the Lord bless you one and all -everyone is special

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/02/2008 2:38 AM  

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