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  • Brazil and Chile??? Did your Nepal Team get re-routed that far and wide, Joal?!? No, nothing like that. The Nepal guys are finally on their way winging it to Asia, via the Middle East. But we also have another elite 3 person team leaving in just about a month for Brazil and Chile. It's a total tag team event being led by WMM's Director of Worship, Kurt Coble. KC will journey to Chile solo to spend some time teaching the musicians we met while working with Pastor Franklin earlier this year. Then he'll jet across South America to the "belly of Brazil" to Recife, Brazil. There he'll be joined by ...

  • David has been keeping us all informed of their first day of travel....or not....all the gear checked in with only one bag over weight!!

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    9 AM: Plane started rolling but had to turn back because of a mechanical issue. Waited ON the plane for 3 hours, now they let us off and say it's probably cancelled... stay tuned. Looking at this picture, you know it's never a good sign to see them opening it up!!

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    5 PM: After 8 hours of waiting it finally looks like we'll leave on our original plane at 3 AM. Not sure about when we might actually get to Nepal. The Lord is good and has good reasons for not wa...

  • "So, the reason I'm calling today is to see if you'd be willing and available to go to Kathmandu, Nepal."

    And so the conversation began with Randy Gardner a few months back. He, of course, being the grizzled World Music Mission veteran that he is and being one who listens to the Holy Spirit's promptings, agreed to lead our team. And TOMORROW the three guys begin their journey--Randy and David from Nashville and Sam from Minneapolis, meeting for an overnight in Philadelphia and then a Friday AM jaunt across the globe through Doha, Qatar into Kathmandu, Nepal.

    We and they covet your prayers for ...

  • Wow! Chile! What a blessing to be here! Pastor Franklin here in Quillota, Chile said that the last time they had a music conference in this area was about 20 years ago.

  • In my brief time here, I’ve observed that this part of Africa is a bit of a puzzle. I’ve seen beautiful tea plantaions just a few minutes from a slum. Unattractive walls built from concrete blocks and razor wire attempt to conceal the beauty of colorful and lush plants.

  • Tomorrow Ken and Kurt will kiss the wives and head to BNA (Nashville International Airport) to start the 3 continent jaunt to West Africa. Three planes, four legs to the flight path, to meet up with Serges and the Festi Gospel Jam folks (Check them out on Facebook) The How-Did-We-Get-Here is a bit of story but one part I thought everyone might like to see is about the Visas to get into Cameroon.