Concert 4 – Chernivtsi


We got to experience a few bumps in the road today. Okay, a lot of bumps and even more potholes! The road between Ivano Frankivsk and Chernivtsi was challenging but we have a phenomenal bus driver who is deft at missing as many potholes as he can.
The concert tonight at Chernivtsi Regional Center was amazing – the Country Boys were game on tonight. The crowd clapped and hooped and hollered more than any other night so far. Once again, it was a full house with many people standing. No decision total as of yet, but hopefully I can send that out tomorrow morning before we head to Central Baptist Church in Khmelnitskiy. Praying you all have blessed services tomorrow as you pray for us as well.

5 thoughts on “Concert 4 – Chernivtsi

  1. Bless you all! It is such a wonderful honor to have y’all represent the Great State of Texas in a fun and exciting way! May God continue to bless and keep you in His tender care!
    Leah

  2. That sounds awesome! I enjoy hearing how the Holy Spirit is moving all the way over in Ukraine! It is midnight there, so praying for a good night sleep for everyone! God bless you all!

  3. Yee Hah! You’re a little bit country and a whole lot rock and roll on those roads. Praying for your driver. And praying for you at the halfway point in your incredible journey. You’re in a marathon, not a sprint, and being halfway is the hard stretch – tired, bumped around, with still just as far to go. Praying for a restful night and that you are refreshed in your morning devotion time. Praying also that somehow you can find time to be alone with your Father because “They that wait upon the LORD will renew their strength, rise up like an eagle taking flight, run and not be weary, walk and not faint; for He is running the race with you,stride for stride. Blessings multiplied 10,000 times upon you. We will pray together tomorrow for you.

  4. Sorry, I just had this thought: you’re like Wells Fargo, off to the next stage. (rim shot!!) Blow the doors off again.

  5. Trent . . . proud of you, young man. From Saviour to Marathon, to music far, far, away. Making great memories and being a great blessing! Praying for you!

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