What a weekend! To God be the glory! Drumreagh hall was full to capacity this past weekend, with people, young and older, from all over the province coming to Soul Cafe 2015 for the final weekend.
The weekend kicked off, with worship from Sam Leeson, a musician from Belfast, and a powerful testimony from Red Letter’s Calvin Craig as to the challenges he faced growing up through school and onto University, as a Christian, and how God helped him through. Saturday night welcomed the talented Danny Moore and band to lead worship, and Stephen Boyd who shared how Jesus changed his life.
Sunday night broke all records with huge numbers with attendees and the well known local praise band Red Letter raising the roof together with hundreds of voices with praise to an almighty God. University student Nic Leaver, a godly young man who started his journey with Jesus four years ago in Soul Café, inspired all with a moving testimony, and as Pastor Mark Penny preached the gospel, no one was left in any doubt the way from death to life! With the prayer team upstairs covering the event with prayer and praise, and God’s Spirit moving through the hall, it was to His Glory that lives were challenged this past weekend and before, with all given the responsibility and opportunity to seek Jesus as Saviour. More online!
“I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no-one comes to the Father except through me”. John 14:6
At the end of the evening once the last visitor had left, the team gave thanks again to God for His love, grace and mercy in Salvation, and they would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all those that served in any of the teams and supported in any way especially through prayer and to acknowledge that to God be all the glory.