On Monday our team from Germany arrive, minus Marco (whose passport is limitted to travel in Europe). We are bummed that he was not able to make the trip with us. None the less, we press on.

The goal of our first day is simply to get an impression of what evangelistic tools are transferable to us in Germany and maybe someday even to Europe. Getting a coach to get you to another level is so important, and we as a church are asking God that He would help us to discern and be teachable.

Here are the initial photos from the first day. Some 1300 young college students attended this session. Hundreds made a decision for Christ and an early morning baptismal service is planned.

To say the least, our team is overwhelmed with the response they have witnessed.

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Keith Gandy - GermanyKeith Gandy - Germany

Keith, originally from the desert of Phoenix, Arizona, has been planting a church in Aschaffenburg, Germany for over thirty years. Daughter churches have also been started and missionaries have been sent out of the congregation. Annually, he participates in encouraging other European church-planters and frequently travels to visit them in their respective field of service.

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