It’s day four on our illustrious journey and God is still moving. This morning we made our way back to Port Glasgow High School. There were over 300 students who met us in the school theater. Little did they know that what they would receive would be more than a presentation. What they received was nothing less than pure gospel. From start to finish the students were immersed with Christian culture. We started off with songs from the youth music team, a skit from the drama team, and a personal testimony by one of the team members from the youth sports team.
Then a local minister showed a slide presentation that left the students thinking. We were then rushed off to our first class where we were given a lively Scottish initiation with a history and demonstration of bagpipes. After this class, we met a wonderful teacher who assisted us in vocal warm-ups and exercises. By the end of our last class we had realized that we were the ones being blessed as much as the students were by our presentation. We left hugging the teachers and giving the students hi-fives. All of this was because access was granted. It’s true that the prayers of the righteous avails much. Now I pray that we see Port Glasgow High at the rally on Friday night. It is my desire for some young person to meet God there and maybe for the first time in their life hear the words, “ Access granted!”