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I Got You

DANNY GOKEY

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Thank you for helping transform KC!

How do we begin to say thank you for making the opportunity to transform KC? The Brandon Heath concert at the Lansing Correctional Facility couldn’t have happened without your prayers and support. There is simply no way to measure the amount of impact from this day. The number of men in tears tells a powerful story. Over 50 men prayed to receive Jesus, and over 1,300 heard the gospel. PLEASE continue to pray for men to turn to Jesus and for those who are daily working to share Jesus there. God is on the move and you helped make it happen!

Here are the stories from the day:

My biggest takeaway from the prison concert was how much the prisoners impacted me. I don’t think I expected people to be so human. I realized these people could not just be someone you see at the store or a neighbor; they could be my friends. An inmate named Bobby explained that he is locked behind the walls of prison physically, but spiritually he’s free. He said there are people on the outside that are physically free, but spiritually they’re still locked behind walls. My overall takeaway is that God puts us where we are for a reason, even if it is prison, because Bobbi found Jesus in prison and not only has his life been changed, but he’s now impacting others. 

– Nathan

I expected to bring the hope of Jesus to those in prison, but I didn’t expect the prisoners to impact my life like they did. The overall gratitude of the prisoners was overwhelming. They were approaching us to say thank you and to express how much the prison concert meant to them. Some said it inspired them to want to help others. A reentry counselor at the prison said it was the first time she experienced the prisoners she works with in a setting where they felt free. Many of them shared they had felt forgotten until the concert. Dozens were saved, seeds were planted, and lives were changed … I just didn’t expect my life to be changed too. 

– Becks

My greatest wish was that we could have brought every person who prayed or gave to make this concert happen join us and meet these incredible men, to see the fire they have for Jesus, and experience their deep joy in such a place. We had shared Oscar’s story on the air leading up to this day. I had the chance to worship some with Oscar during one of Brandon Heath’s sets. I thanked him for his passion to reach his fellow inmates and for sharing his story. He got tears in his eyes and said he feels how much Jesus has changed his life. But being behind bars he wondered how those he loved would know. ‘But then,” he said, “my daughter heard MY story on Life 88.5.’ Looking around the yard and knowing each person brought their own story, the Holy Spirit reminded me of the great need we ALL have for Jesus. Romans 3:23 reminds us that all have sinned and fall short, BUT they are justified freely by His grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus. As one of Brandon Heath’s songs states: ‘Some might say people never change. But I disagree; take a look at me.’

– Melony

This event wouldn’t have been possible without you and your support! Consider making a gift today to make more ministry opportunities like this possible!