Monday, March 20, 2006

Festival Melbourne 2006


Festival Melbourne 2006 is twelve days of non-stop music, dance, circus, street theatre and visual arts from all the corners of the Commonwealth that are adding an extra sparkle to the whole Commonwealth Games experience. I have been taking part in some of these arts events, and they are great! Best of all, everything's free during the Games!

Heavenly Father, I pray for everyone, especially the international visitors to Melbourne. I pray for all those athletes participating in the Commonwealth Games, that they would be safe, and that their eyes would be open to the witness of Christ's love and grace during their time here! Lord Jesus Christ, shine through Your people in this city that people would see You! Pray that all the venues for the Games would be protected by the Name that is above all Names. May your Kingdom come, and Your will be done right here in Melbourne. In Jesus' Precious Name, Amen!

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10 comments:

Corry said...

Amen!

God's Grace.

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Amen.

Good prayer.

Kc said...

Amen.

Jayne said...

Amen.

Mark D said...

So be it, Lord.

Kitty,
One of the coolest outreaches I have done was in '96 in Atlanta, Georgia at the Olympic Games. I was one of the adult leaders on a youth trip. People from all over the world came to Atlanta. Our group wore T-shirts that said "Jesus Loves You" in 5 or 6 different languages while we street-preached, handed out tracts, and sang worship songs in different languages. It was a wonderful experience!

Kitty Cheng said...

Thank you Corry, Matthew, Kc, Jayne & Mark for your support, and agreeing to my prayer.

Mark, your outreaches were wonderfully cool. "Jesus Loves You"...what langauges did you have these 3 awesome words in?

audrey` said...

Amen!

Jesus cinta Kitty :)
(Jesus loves Kitty)

Kitty Cheng said...

Thanks Audrey...Jesus cinta Audrey :)

What language is that? :)

Mark D said...

It was English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and Chinese...maybe one more that I can't remember.

Kitty Cheng said...

Wow so many languages. That must have been awesome!