Sunday, April 5, 2009

In the news.

The first official meeting of Mercy Street Fellowship was beautiful, amazing, encouraging, and, along with sweet families in the community, the Holy Spirit showed up. Thank you to all who prayed, emailed, and called!
And the food was great! :)
We're looking forward to seeing who the Lord brings through the doors each Wednesday night.
I'll post pictures as soon as we can get my computer fixed.
Dallas Channel 8 reporter David Schechter came out a while back and did a report on Trey, Mercy Street and the good things that can come out of a tough economy.
Trey and Hannah both make me want to love Jesus more.
Here's the video.

11 comments:

Beau Fournet said...

Hey there. Is there a web-site for the new church? Thanks!

Heather said...

Wow! What wonderful coverage of this new beginning! It will be aweseome to see how God opens doors.

Love your blog & your strength & wisdom. What an inspiration you are to others!

Holli said...

WOW! dito to Heather. Love your blog, your strength and wisdom.
Praying for M. Street and Church!!!

happygeek said...

Awesome. So glad it went well.
Love the clip.
We do serve an awesome God.

Becca said...

Love love love what y'all are doing! :-) cant wait to read and see more!

Laurie M said...

Sister, you and your family bless so many as you make MUCH of Jesus. What an amazing testimony to so many. The clip was just wonderful. Kudos to the news station for not editing.

Danni said...

That is beautiful.

emily said...

Amazing, so proud of him and the ministry you guys have there. Love that he was sporting his Ethiopian cross t-shirt as well.

Can't wait to hear details about Wed night. Praying.

Jen said...

I never watch the news, but actually saw the story on Friday night and was SO excited!

Abby said...

Loved that Melissa- and what an amazing ministry God has obviously blessed!

Anonymous said...

I am speechless and in tears. The reporter did a nice report but I have to say that Trey's words really hit my heart. Bless you guys! I always do and will pray for you and Mercy Street.

Love, Donna