Llanw – when the music fades

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The blog has been quiet of late because I was away at Llanw last week. Meirion Morris and Hywel Mereydd were the two men who came up with the idea of establishing a Word Alive/Spring Harvest like event in Welsh to inspire and equip Welsh language Christians and their churches. This year’s Llanw was the second and I became involved early on when arranging the first last year. Now I have responsibility over the website, branding, design and online booking pre-event and audio and video systems during the event itself. I also played drums for the evening praise and lead worship in one of the morning services. In short, God has lead me to play a pivotal role in Llanw – I’m sharing this because I need your prayers. Anybody who has been deeply involved in arranging and running an event like this knows that your so busy and so stressed out at times that you your yourself get no time for reflection and find it strangely hard to concentrate on praising God despite the fact that all your hard work makes that very easy for others who only attend a receive!

On the final night a farmer from Cefn Meiriadog near St. Asaph gave his testimony and explained that he did not know Jesus as his saviour in last year’s Llanw and that his experience in Llanw last year was the first important mile stone in his journey towards faith. He retuned this year saved by the grace of God. I’ve never spoken to Huw the farmer beyond the “Hello” passing him in the corridor and I’ve certainly never spoken with him about Jesus but I did make Llanw possible and it was Llanw that God used to start the work in Huw’s heart. It’s stories like these which make the effort and the work worthwhile. While I might have been too rushed off my feet at the event itself to appreciate and praise God like I should, the following Monday, when the music fades, is when it dawns on you how great God has been and such and honor it is to have been involved in his big plan.

Here is a video of Huw sharing his story, I’ts in Welsh, another reason for you to learn the language of heaven!:

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