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Youth Revival

July 1, 2008

After a long hot bus ride last night we finally made it to Bethel Baptist Church in Harbor City, just a few minutes late.  We pulled up to a tiny building in a business park of sorts. They had already rolled up the back “wall”/garage door to make room for the crowd which was spilling out into the driveway. We were wondering “were they expecting us?” A group of 50 extra people? They did know we were coming, but I guess you just make do with the space you have! So needless to say our group was split up all over the “auditorium”, with the majority of our group all outside at the very back. Somehow we ended up with about 6 or 7 of us girls at the very front, so we heard everything extra loud, while the majority of our group couldn’t hear at all! Anyways, the preaching was good, although the whole night did go pretty long. Finally at 10 they fed us dinner, those of us who hadn’t already starved to death. 😉

Highlights of the night (besides preaching of course): watching a shopping cart roll from the grocery store into the street and crash into a car waiting at a red light. And singing Feliz Navidad for the two Spanish foreign exchange students on the bus (we couldn’t think of any other song we all knew in Spanish and I guess they were getting tired of all our English singing).

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Becka permalink
    July 1, 2008 1:54 pm

    “Feliz Navidad!” – one of your favorite Christmas songs. How fun and funny! 🙂

  2. July 1, 2008 8:40 pm

    Now I have “Feliz Navidad” stuck in my head. 🙂 We used to listen to that song in Spanish class.

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