Berea Mennonite Church, Cannelburg, IN – HT, Klassen
August 25 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am EDT
The Gospel Echoes Harvest Team Along with special guests Eduard and Christine Klassen will be ministering in song and word at the Berea Mennonite Church, Berea Mennonite 216 Main St. Cannelburg, IN 47519 on, August 25, 2019, 9:00 AM.
The Gospel Echoes Harvest Team is in full time prison ministry, traveling to churches and prisons throughout the U.S. and Canada. He and his wife Lorna have served as team directors since 1980. The team has ministered in over 500 prisons. Glendon and Lorna also direct the Gospel Echoes Freedom Rallies and Cookie Projects. The Harvest Team also includes Kristi Bender. The Harvest Team services/Concerts include music, preaching, teaching and testimonies. Gospel Echoes Team also provides a Bible Study Correspondence Course and other literature free to prisoners. A network of over 700 volunteer graders mark the Bible Courses and give encouragement to prison inmates through the correspondence courses. The ministry is supported by freewill offerings and provides literature and ministry teams to prisons and chaplains throughout the U.S. free of charge!
Eduard Klassen harpist, speaker, and folk artist with his beautiful Christian Instrumental Music, was born and raised in Paraguay, South America. Playing the harp has been his passion since a young age. His wife, Christine, has recently started accompanying him on the keyboard. Their tours have taken them to over 32 countries where they have performed over 4500 concerts. They have inspired people through their music in churches, schools, colleges, concert halls and on radio and television programs. A typical concert presentation by Eduard and Christine Klassen features a variety of Christian harp music from South America, North America and Europe, interspersed with personal testimony and stories of God‘s work in his life, from boyhood in the wilderness of Paraguay, to the present. Eduard‘s natural sense of humor helps him to develop an excellent rapport with audiences wherever he goes.