Praise in the Parking Lot

We are so blessed to live in a country where we can worship God wherever we want without fear of being arrested.  This past Saturday, our team in Moorestown hosted a Family Fun in the Son Day and it was a lot of fun for all of us who came.  On the same day that a pastor in Florida had threatened to burn the Koran in public, we were able to praise the Lord instead.  What particularly struck me about this event was the diversity of the people who came – black, white, Hispanic, etc and the diversity of the styles of worship – gospel choirs, southern gospel quartets and even rap artists.  It reminded me again that one day in heaven, we will be worshiping with believers of all ethnicities and languages.

Praising God from the main stage –

flat bed trucks can really be handy for this type of thing.

The CLC tent set up and ready to go – thanks Charlie Hurd

Frank Falzone deep in conversation at the CLC giveaway table.

There were lots of things for the kids to do.

Including pony rides.

To be truly successful, we had to have Chick-Fil-A in the house.

And the cow!

Nancy Ollis staffing a Messianic Jewish resources table

Patty Maranon – our event coordinator, happy with how things were going.



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2 responses to “Praise in the Parking Lot

  1. Marge

    Great job! Looked like a good time was had by all!

  2. Norman Haslop

    I was referred here by link from clc ministries. I like both sites and hope to continue to come here often. Praying for God to show me what to do next. My wife passed away earlier this year, and I am still grieving her loss. God is good to me and I don’t believe He is through with me yet. (Actually I have a long way to go in learning the mind of Christ.)

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