Jubilee Japan members Held Joyful Fellowship with St.Louis Musicians

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Nov 29, 2016

 

Two Jubilee Japan members had a graceful fellowship with local musicians before they went back their country.

Two local musicians were introduced to Jubilee world recently. Once the local musicians heard that the Japan members wanted to have a chance to play music together, the Africa American musicians were glad to come.

All of the musicians shared  their musical experiences together, and played music together. One Japan Jubilee member said "It is awesome to play with Africa American musicians. Their music is very special. I felt I was refreshed by the music. "

"It is very nice to have the chance to fellowship with Japan musicians. I hope we can have more chances to practice together." One St. Louis musician said.

Thank God for this precious fellowship time. May God bless His ministry! 

 

 

 

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