16 Feb 2007

Kona Clebrates the Nations …

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We will let the pictures do the talking …. can you hear the rhythms? can you hear the heart of God Celebrating?

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All images Courtesy of Thema Black, Kona Hawaii.

14 Feb 2007

Reconcilation, rebirth, rejoicing

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“It was just like it used to be when Island Breeze was with us in the earlier days,” said long-time YWAMer Sarah Williams.

During Island Breeze’s ministry at the Ohana court on Monday evening, men and women wept at the cross. The story of Jesus’ death and ressurection told visually by the Island Breeze team and magnified by the Holy Spirit struck deep into the hearts of many. Their demonstration of humility caused several to drop to their knees, for it became like holy ground. During a solemn moment, people laid down their lives, and recommitted themselves to Jesus.

Warrior cries resounded many times, not against flesh and blood, but against the principalities over the Hawaiian island.

During the meeting people streamed to one or more stations: water for pure heart and hands; reconciling with their brothers and sisters; healing; the ten commandments hung on the back wall; the throne represented allowing God have total control.

After a prayer of confession, the heaviness lifted and the evening flowed into songs of celebration, literally raising the roof with cheers of joy and release.

Photos by Bev Thomas and Thema Black

The cross, the center of all that happened during the first evening led by Isalnd Breeze Island Breeze … Women Crying over their dead as they 2000 years ago outside Jerusalem … Dying to self before the Cross … From many places they come and they worship the One At the end its about Celebration …

13 Feb 2007

It began with 4 steps …

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It all began in prayer as the Kona team was seeking the Lord how to start the week. How does one begin a week celebrating Diversity and Unity, expressions that are rooted on only in culture but in the person of who God is? The Lord spoke about walking through 4 stations : cleansing (waters), reconciliation (honoponopono), healing (seasalts), covenant(commandments). Then the throne of God and the cross being central. We will let the pictures do the talking ….

All we can say is: Praise the Lord its begun well …

Cleansing …Offering …The Cross …Reconciliation …The islands celebrate …All worship …

here is a youtube link as a teaser

Thank you Pieter Heres for the Update!

12 Feb 2007

N2N Kona

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In a few hours, the YWAM/UofN Kona campus will be a place where an all isalnd DTS (Kona/Makapala/Honolulu & Maui) will be coming together, to celebrate, learn and grow together in knowing the God of diversity and Unity.

Pieter McKarthy (South Africa, Edwin Fillies (South Africa), Armando Benner (Zenezuela), Marc Stettler (Switzerland) and Etienne Pieterse (South Africa/Australia) will be sharing throughout the week and imparting Gods original plan to have Nations, to have deiversity and to discover God through all the Nations of the world. They impart the heart of this event “God calls all to go to all”. This has been the very message that founder Loren Cunnigham has shared across all Nations.

This N2N week is a first time for kona. We will do our best to keep you posted as good as we can, as we are looking forward to getting images and updates on a regular basis! Stay tuned!

Here are some images of the welcoming.

Welcoming of the Nations Peter Heres and teh N2N Delegation Sharing the same Air

08 Feb 2007

Hello, Nations!

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Welcome to Nations to Nations. We are glad you have come to visit! Please read on all our posts and if you want feel free to leave a comment. This site is a place to share our thoughts, experiences and impressions of Nations to Nations. Please visit our offical site N2N for details on our ministry, past events and upcoming events!