Equipping musicians for missionary service
Saturday, August 19, 2017 1-615-477-3525

Asia

  • Darshan Pakhrin is our team's host in Hetauda...he sent these comments on Facebook to Joal:

    Today we finished our music and worship camp. Brother David L Ward he taught us so greatly in music and worship. He performed good saxophone. The student they were so interested in his teaching and Randy and Sam were helping in making good sound system. It was blessed--thank you Lord Jesus and tomorrow we are going to Kathmandu. Thank you for helping so much and gifting the instruments.

  • Forgot to post this here Saturday evening. We just got back to Kathmandu....We are in Hetauda and don't have Internet access or even much electricity. I don't have much time at this Internet cafe before we are picked up. It is much simpler here than I thought; we are all staying in one room, but that's actually common here, as all of the families live in one room. Our hosts have us sleeping on tables. The church building is a chicken house with a tarp put up and looks like it would seat only 40, but for our afternoon class we had about 100 inside and maybe 30 outside--WOW!!! Not many people he...

  • The guys have made it to Hetauda and are working with Darshan and his musicans. David posted this beautiful video of him playing in a worship service. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjFff8E9F80

  • The guys made it to a small cyber cafe where they managed to send 3 photos of their time so far teaching in Hetauda. The shot with the three guitars being displayed is significant to the World Music Mission because those are the gifts we leave behind. It became clear early on, that one of the blessings of America generally, and Nashville specifically, was the abundance of quality, affordable used instruments. We, as an organization, made a commitment to always be willing to give our gear away to those we serve in country because they often can't find the instruments there. Now Darshan and his ...

  • Photos tell so much more sometimes...