Africa comes to Wagga
Exodus 3v8 came to Wagga last night to perform as part of the Irene Gleeson Foundation (IGF) to support child education and nutrition in Uganda. It was a testimony to the power of God to hear of all the blessings received by IGF in Australia from donations, to free container transports and fit outs, to support from locals (including a big shout out to the Willans Hill School who were extremely generous towards the children in Africa with many materials donated).
Exodus 3v8 rocked the stage bringing their African rhythms, songs and dances to life, with many of the crowd up in their seats dancing to the music. It was a fantastic atmosphere and it was particularly special to see the Number 1 gospel artist in Uganda profess his love for Jesus Christ and share how God had saved him from drugs, violence and abuse and given him a life filled with purpose and the Love of Jesus. If you made the concert, make a comment below on what you thought. If you missed it, check out the homepage or the videos page to catch a glimpse of the concert (make sure you check out the awesome dance moves at the end!). Here are some photos in the meantime.