So you’re wondering what you’re going to do with your Sunday afternoon? Wondering what to do after work on Monday? Well, you came the right place my friends, because I’m gonna tell ya!
There’s an outstanding exhibit running right now at the Campus Bible Church and it’s called Step Into Africa. It’s a stunning look into the African AIDS epidemic through the eyes of children who live in the center of it. Some of our team members from our Africa trip went through it the other day and they said it was outstanding and very moving. So if you’ve been reading about our Africa trip, or want to help a great cause, or just need something to do today or tomorrow, check this out.
Here’s a blurb about the event from the Campus Bible Church website:
“World Vision Experience: AIDS was launched in fall 2005. In the first year, nearly 20,000 people in 10 North American cities visited the Experience. The Experience was featured at the 2006 Global AIDS conference in Toronto. The national tour of the World Vision Experience is traveling to 72 cities in 2007 and 2008. Approximately 3,000-4,000 visitors are expected to visit the Experience in each city.
The Experience is a 2,500-square-foot, interactive, walk-through exhibit driven by individual audio players and headsets issued to each guest. The stories profiled in the Experience are inspired by real children touched by the work of World Vision, and are based on actual events in their lives.
Participants leave the Experience with a better understanding of the impact AIDS has on children, and they are given the opportunity to take action in response to what they have learned and experienced.”
There’s also some great worship music to be enjoyed every night at 7pm. Tonight it’s Jon Shabaglian who’s an outstanding performer, and then tomorrow, yours truly is playing with the rest of the Clovis Hills band to rock some serious worship.
So come on out and support this great event. Here’s a link to the Campus Bible Church for complete information. I will see you there!