The worship was extremely crowded, such that for those arriving after 10 am (including me) found it almost impossible to find a seat, and a number of individuals simply had to stand in the back during the worship.
I'll share the days activities by means of the pictures below with some brief descriptive comment:
|Front entrance to the GC building this morning.|
|Doug Batchelor; always very|
friendly and very used to getting
his picture taken!
|In the Main Auditorium, where worship is conducted, the Media Corner includes the translators in the booths behind the windows in the rear. Translation is available for attendees in Russian, French, Portuguese or Spanish.|
|Dave Colburn, our Southern Union Undertreasurer,|
and his wife, Marlene, (Dennis Millburns daughter)
provided special music for the offering.
|Our former pastor, and continued friend to KTC,|
Pavel Goia, Associate Ministerial Director of the GC
|A report on the plans to impact Vietnam and the|
Capital, Hanoi, with its 7 million population
|A report on the plans to make a major impact|
on cities in Europe.
|Elder Ng shares an affirming report on how|
Indonesia (where Malinda's brother
serves) is experiencing success thru intensive
efforts of lay members.
|Elder Wilson quotes T v. 9, 116-177|
on the necessity of church member involvement in
soul-winning. The term he used was TMI; for
total member involvement.
|Elder Duane McKee and his wife give an around|
the world report on evangelistic efforts last
year including the 100,000 single day baptisms in Rwanda
|Elder McKee commented that the success in Rwanda|
was the result of over 2,000 local meetings occurring
|Over 4300 seminar/event and meeting sites were active|
throughout six eastern European countries.