Outdoor Concert of 5 Bands benefits Blood, Water, Mission

Students are discovering how they can make a global impact on the world every day.  Here’s an event happening in Tulsa on Cinco de Mayo that shows the creativity and cooperative spirit of students and churches that can leave a beautiful imprint on the world.  If you are around Tulsa that night, make sure you stop by the Octagon Stage at 81st & Harvard between 5-9p.  If you can’t make it, make sure you check out the great work of Blood, Water, Mission.

Blood Water Mission

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Filed under Adolescence, Leadership, Music, Youth Ministry

2 responses to “Outdoor Concert of 5 Bands benefits Blood, Water, Mission

  1. thanks for your creativity as you share our passion for our neighbors in Africa. We are encouraged by your vision to reach your community to make a difference in the lives of others. If we can help in any way, let us know.

    Thanks!

    Mike Lenda
    US Programs Director
    Blood:Water Mission

    • Thanks for the encouragement, Mike! I’ll pass this on to the crew of youth workers and students who are putting the event together. I think this is the 3rd year for benefitting Blood Water Mission with this event. It’s the work of several churches partnering together and their student leaders working it.

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