Broken Walls News
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Broken Walls had a powerful time in Virginia. Broken Walls played 6 times in 4 days. It was a lot of work but worth every ounce of effort that we gave. Jonathan also came in a day early so he could share with the students at Chickahominy Indian school. The Sleeping Giant is awakening. As Broken Walls and our dedicated dance team from Virginia presented our message from our cultural perspective, people were moved to freedom. At times, there were as 500 people dancing throughout the room.
On Friday night, when we shared at the weekly Shabbat at Zion’s Sake, we had the honour of having Chief Ken Adams of the Upper Mattaponi tribe join us. On Saturday, we shared at Ecclesia 2015 in the afternoon and at End Time Harvest in the evening. On Sunday, we led worship and shared at both morning services at World Outreach Worship Center. Both services were amazing and went on much longer than normal. Our last stop was a concert at Rockahock Campground where we shared a message of honour toward others.
We want to give special thanks to Troy and Kelly Adkins for their amazing effort in putting this tour together and their dance team who displayed such beautiful worship as we sang our songs. Thank you also to those who kept us in prayer. Thank you for partnering with Broken Walls.