In the center of Wroclaw, the Catholic Charismatic Fellowship "Hallelu Jah", set up a stage and several tents to do evangelism in the Rynek.  A Polish Christian folk band named "30i40na70" from the fellowship inspired the crowd with songs that spoke to the heart and pointed to the cross.  There were also dramas, videos, testimonies, mime, and worship as well.  It was great re-connecting with some very dear friends there. On the side of the main stage there were three tents: one full of ideas ministering to the kids, second one was open to anyone who would like to get counseling (especially drug addicts), in the third one people could watch different evangelistic media presentations.

During the five hours of the continuous program, there were many people who were stopping by, intrigued by this event.

the cross is the reason

"40 and 30 on 70" band

(this is the most original name of a music group you've ever heard; the full name goes like this - "forty sons and thirty grandsons, who rode on seventy donkeys" -  from Judges 12:14)

they play sort of folk music, but with a 'heavier' sound, it depicts Polish soul very well...

Robert Ruszczak, leader of the band and the main organizer of this event

people gathering around...

watching...                                  priest Wlodzimierz (try to pronounce that: Vwoh-dzhee-myezh)

pantomime...                                 interested....

watching

Open up the doors and let the music play

Let the streets resound with singing

Songs that bring Your hope, songs that bring Your joy

Dancers who dance upon injustice

from the song "Did you feel the mountains tremble"

one of the pantomimes

Andrzej Dziewit and Iwona Bednarz-Major (my wife)

Andrzej sharing his testimony, I've heard it so many times, and every time it is moving and sobering, he really has a gift...

Mroczek and Iwka.

it was a good night...

kids watching

mime

worship and prayer for the city of Wroclaw

worship

prayer time

note in a local newspaper abot the event

most of the pictures above courtesy Hallelu Jah web album

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