Micah 6:8 – God’s Heart for Justice & Mercy
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Keslinger Campus | Worship Center
Seek Justice. Love Mercy. Walk Humbly.
Micah 6:8 is a unique evening of story and song centered on God’s heart for justice and mercy.
Experience the extraordinary musical talent of recording artist Sara Groves as she weaves stories from her journey into songs from her heart. Listen to her share how God has opened her eyes to see the faces of today’s victims of human slavery and how He has moved her to take up their cause.
Hear Saul Ebema tell his riveting story of boyhood survival during years of atrocity and captivity in Sudan. Listen to his message of how small acts of kindness saved his life, changed his story, and led him to freedom in Christ.
Explore stories of hope and healing with Micah 6:8 ministry fair partners and see how you can extend Jesus’ hands to be a part of the hope and healing in someone’s life.
Micah 6:8 is an opportunity to hear, learn, and engage. Come and see how you can love your neighbor and help change someone’s story in Jesus’ name. #ChangeTheStory
Sara Groves – Award winning singer/songwriter and recording artist
Saul Ebema – Doctor of Ministry, pastor, speaker and one of the original ‘lost boys of Sudan’
More than 15 “Micah 6:8 ministry partners” and live art display by Catherine Tilly
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