If you've been in student ministry long enough, then chances are – at one time or another – you've heard a song or two from the now defunct band, Audio Adrenaline. The guys disbanded four years ago after a very rewarding and successful music industry run. A few of the band members (lead singer, Mark Stuart, and bass player, Will McGinniss</span>) continue to minister together including some concert series – sharing the story of Audio Adrenaline, the upcoming “Know Hope Collective” worship project and tour (listen to the full-album preview now at NewReleaseTuesday.com), and through the children's village / non-profit orphanage – called the “Hands and Feet Project” – that the band started in Jacmel, Haiti, in 2004.
If you haven't been keeping up with the Hands and Feet Project, I wanted to share with you one of their latest video updates about “Baby Mackenson.” Regardless if any of your students know of Audio Adrenaline – several probably won't – this would be a moving story to share. Such hope!
Our God is a good God and He is still moving in Haiti.
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