Last night, the Above All cast performed its penultimate service. It was a night full of emotion and spiritual power. The audience was energized as always, but there was something special about this night. I recap that special feeling and anointing today.
Last night at Above All, we were honored to have former President Bill Clinton join us in the congregation. It is always an honor when special guests visit us (we've had several politicians and statesmen come, including Governor Edwards). However, there is something special about having one of the men who has led our country join us. We thank him for taking time to come to Above All and hope he takes the message of Above All to those he might influence. Now, on to the recap.
After a couple of days off from performances, the Above All cast returned to prepare for our final week of performances. While labeled a benefit, it really was an opportunity for us to shake off the rust and get back to where we need to be for these next 3 nights. Today, we look at the task one man has to make sure all of this runs smoothly.
In this week's Podcast, we briefly run back through the week of Above All and give a look into what it takes to get ready for Above All in a single evening.
We've gone through 4 performances and 2 benefits this week and its been an amazing experience, albeit very exhausting. Performing the Passion Week of Jesus Christ for nearly a week straight pulled a lot out of us, but it also brought a lot of amazing results. We'll have a full recap of the week in our Podcast on Wednesday. Today, we look at Sunday's performance and what stood out.
The Third Night of Above All started with a testimony and ended with a miracle. I'll have all the details in the recap, bug God is moving in this production and people's lives are being changed. There is so much sacrificing that is going on. It's a lot like the Isaiah 58 fast on display each and every night. Find out what happened last night and what it means for you.
Last night was another packed house with people from all over the area, state and other parts of the country. People from different walks of life and faith filtered into the building to witness the last moments of Christ's life on display. They were hungry, hurting and hopeful and they didn't leave disappointed. Today, though, I want to focus on some of the cast members and what God has done for them already in this production as well as a group that I have yet to highlight.
We put on the first official Above All performance last night and it was an amazing and powerful experience. Two thousand people poured into the Pentecostals of Alexandria to witness the Last Days of Jesus Christ's life. They expected to be entertained, moved and even blessed. For a number of them, though, something greater than they could have ever expected occurred. Let's get to it with the recap.
Last night, we welcomed people from recovery centers from all over the area. They came with hurts, habits, and hangups. They left with a great opportunity for a fresh start. Today we recap what happened both during and after the performance.
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