As mentioned on our Facebook page, Above All has touched the lives of 100s. 156 people received the Holy Ghost for the first time, which is awesome and wonderful and worth of giving glory to God. However, hundreds of others were renewed in their walk with God, both in the audience and the cast. Several received their healing and an untold amount of people were forever touched by this dramatic representation of Christ. We've shared a lot of insights about what happened behind the scenes and in the lead up to the production. Today, we look back and share our thoughts on the actual production and we compare it to the first edition of Above All, which we reviewed also (it's our most popular post on the Compass Page). We hope you enjoy this look back at Above All and where it has come over the past two years.
Today we share our interview with lead script writer for Above All, Pamela Nolde. Pam is an accomplished writer with an extensive background in stage production. She has been an employee at the Pentecostals of Alexandria for over a decade. In our interview she shared her story of how she became a writer, her journey as a writer and her insights into Above All.
We return after a weekend of performances to update everyone on how Above All has been doing and to provide some further insights into the production. Previously, we talked about how the benefit performances led to nearly 60 people receiving the Holy Ghost and a number of people getting baptized. This does not include the amount of people who came forward for healing and special touches from God who walked away better and at peace. Let's find out what happened when the main performances took place
We continue our coverage of Above All with our coverage of the two non-advertised performances on Wednesday and Thursday. Who were these performances for and what were their results? Find out by clicking the Read More link below.
Our Above All Practice Updates come to a close with this update. We've had multiple runs through the whole show in these practices and some of the practices have gone on past 10pm. The cast has been taxed physically, but spiritually we are stronger than ever. Today, we update you with some final thoughts on what makes being an disciple/apostle so great and what blessings have occurred already in Above All.
Today we look back at the weekend practices on Saturday and what our cast has endured to bring the message and life of Christ to a hurting world.
Chris Farris is the author of The Way, a manual detailing how to implement the Beatitudes into your life. He review events and other media and offers other insights into writing and working for the Kingdom of God.