Answered Prayers in Baton Rouge
“Christian bands played long and hard, lifting up the mighty Name of Jesus all afternoon and into the night,” said Franklin Graham. “The atmosphere was loud and rocking, but the youthful crowd quieted and listened attentively each time when I came on stage throughout the day to proclaim Jesus Christ as “the way, the truth, and the life” (John 14:6, NKJV).”
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New Life Springs Up Along Mississippi
Since January, Rock the River staff have been working to mobilize more than 200 Baton Rouge-area churches and more than 1,000 volunteers to make July 18 a success. It was! Hundreds came forward to begin their new lives with Jesus Christ.
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Out of the Mouths of Fans
The tour of the summer is in full swing! Rock The River has been a smashing success and as we are heading up the Mississippi, we wanted to share the stories and comments that have been pouring in via email, Facebook, YouTube and elsewhere.
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Rockin’ Baton Rouge
Music and the Mississippi – the association is as long and varied as the river itself. Blues, jazz and Americana are just a few of the musical genres that emanate from the heartland. But after this weekend, people living along the Mississippi will be able to add rock and hip hop – packed with a powerful Gospel message – to the list.
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Rock the River will Touch the Nations
“We are very, very excited,” said Bishop Charles Wallace when asked to describe the mood in Baton Rouge. “The time is right upon us. As we draw closer, in light of what pastors and ministries are doing, I think everybody will really mobilize and come together. We are expecting a great move of God.”
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Baton Rouge is Fired Up
When Dino Rizzo returned to Baton Rouge after being gone a few weeks, he noticed that “Rock the River is everywhere! Everyday you are seeing something new about it, which is very encouraging,” says the pastor of Healing Place Church.
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First Stop: Baton Rouge
Pastors across the area are excited about the tour. Roddy Conerley, executive director of the Baptist Association of Baton Rouge, says the city’s pastors want to give youth alternatives to violence and crime.
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