Broken Walls News
Monday, March 19, 2012
Broken Walls’ recent Iditarod Outreach 2012 with Carry the Cure.
Jonathan shares: “This was a powerful journey along the Iditarod with a great team and there are so many things to share. One lady came to me after our last night in Anchorage and said, “I was at your concert last night and I am not a religious person but I agree with everything that you said and everything that you did.” She wanted to know how she could make a difference herself. Also, a young man came up to me and said, “You really inspired me to make a difference.”
I was very encouraged by the way the people responded to our message. We encouraged individuals to honor their covenants and courage those who are around them. We prayed for many people for salvation, sickness, and alcohol and drug addictions. It is truly exciting to be a part of the change that we see happening in Alaska.
I am pleased to say that I see a lot of change in the children and youth. There is a visually evident respect for parents, educators and elders. It is wonderful o see. I am proud of Bill because of the work that he is doing to bring hope and change to the communities of Alaska and it is an honor to partner with Carry the Cure and be a part of a catalyst for change through love.”
Bill shares: “This year we visited three new communities – Kaltag, Shaktoolik and Golovin. It was great to be able to make new friends and learn what the needs truly are in these communities.”
To support our continued outreach, please visit our Support section and push the donate button or go to firstname.lastname@example.org to become a part of our prayer team.
A huge thank you to all who have partnered with us to help make this trip possible.