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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Jesus Film in Marshallese!


Last week we had the privilege of premiering the Jesus film in Marshallese here in the Majuro.  We showed it on Friday and Saturday nights.  The first showing was at Rairok Full Gospel church and the second showing was at the Salvation Army’s building.  Over 1000 people saw the film the first time in Marshallese!  We are so excited about having this new tool to share the Gospel here in the Marshall islands.
We also had several guests here from the US and New Zealand for the showings.  A big thank you to Chris and LuAnne Mcquirk, Lynn and Nancy Mayfield, Matt Anderson, Chase Henry, Adam Jones, Doug Sarver and John Ogden Sr.  It was a privilege to have them here.  They are from different organizations all supporting the Jesus film project!  Praise the Lord for their faithfulness and dedication to share the Gospel around the world.  You can find out more about the Jesus film project at, http://www.jesusfilm.org/


This team also brought us another tool with the film.  They have given us a backpack full of equipment to show the Jesus film anywhere.  The backpack includes a project, sound system, screen, battery and a solar panel.  That means power or no power it does not matter it is a totally self contained system.  Praise the Lord!  And yes that is the projector that you see in my hand!  That means wherever we travel in the out islands we can show the film to the people.  We give all the glory and praise to the Father for this great tool to share the Gospel.  Once again thank all of you for your faithful prayers and support as we share the Gospel here in the Marshall Islands.

Running with the Vision,
Steve, Shawn, Travis, Richard, Stephen, Terina and Kanani


2 comments:

J.O. said...

This is really exciting! Thanks for sharing. May God bless you as you continue your work.

Anonymous said...

As a local girl from Ajeltake, I am very excited that there's a Jesus film in marshallese... now I wish I was one of the locals watching, eating ma chips, one of the islands popular snacks made from breadfruits. Anyways, I will be praying for you, the Clarks family and yes you are making a big difference there. May God bless you forever more!