Andrew Visits CBC in Alexandria
Friday, July 18: Andrew Wommack had never seen our Washington DC school and wanted to meet with our students in a small group setting. We gave him the grand tour of our school and enjoyed fellowship in the break area until we moved into the larger classroom.
Our students honored Andrew with their testimonies of how CBC-DC had blessed their lives. As the students spoke, Andrew’s face glowed with joy. He shared his heart with the students. Then Chip and I drove him back to his hotel to give him a short rest before ministering at Hylton Memorial Chapel that evening. Andrew talked about the students’ testimonies for most of the drive. We were so happy to see Andrew enjoying the fruit of his ministry.
That evening, our students prayed for the sick at the Gospel Truth Rally. We’ve heard about a man’s injured shoulder that was restored to full motion from its frozen state. A young woman was delivered. Another young woman born with a birth defect in her brain was visibly improved by prayer. I know I’m not doing justice to all the results of prayer from that evening but that’s all I’ve heard so far. Many people will remember July 18, 2014 as a special day because of God’s mercy, love and grace flowing to them through student vessels.
Monday, July 21: Our summer open house let people find out where our school is located, check out the facilities, meet our students and find answers to questions. After Chip led a question and answer session, students described their CBC-DC experiences. Second year student Leigh prayed that our visitors would be led by the wisdom of God. Decisions were made that evening that will change the course of lives.
Apply and Register in September
It’s not too late to make a decision that could change the course of your life. The application forms can be downloaded from our website, filled out and sent to our Franconia Road address. Mark your calendars for the fall open house, held on September 8 or 9, 5:30-7:30 pm. Come on whichever date is more convenient for you. Students will have pictures taken for their lanyards, will receive books, and will pay tuition and fees.
All are welcome to come, student or not.
We hope to see you there!