Before I left for the Crusade, I was reminded by Nancy to not forget to put the camera down. Being a front row witness to the power of this event gave me a perspective I haven’t experienced in any place. The Holy Spirit was definitely present and moving at this event. I spent a lot of time shooting up front, but there were moments during the praise and message that I couldn’t help but stop and be in awe of God’s moving power. There were people farther than my camera could see.
During the Altar Call, I really wanted to capture the full crowd and see who would make a decision for Christ. But, when the time to raise your hands and make a decision came, I was so overwhelmed by the sea of hands being raised – and so was our staff. We couldn’t have enough people to counsel the number of people that raised their hands. I was one of the few people that, because I had a camera, was directly in front of the stage. There was definitely a huge need. God said, it’s time to put your camera down. I scrambled for pens and dedication sheets. I tried to help as many people as I could. Praise God. The Crusade was moving so fast I could barely process it. But, looking back the power of God was so strong and sweeping, it broke and exceeded any expectations that anyone there could have had. Truly amazing.
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