“The second annual Festival 180º (July 25-28) was unforgettable. God is extraordinary! Thanks to each participant. Thanks to each band, speaker, workshop leader, and ministry that have been part of the Festival 180º 2013,” says Hélder Favarin with OC Sepal in Spain. “God has turned some 180° in new friendships, ministerial connections,ideas, dreams… all the applause, glory and worship to Him.”
Hélder shares some of his thoughts about the festival as well as lots of photos and videos. Enjoy these and remember to pray for those who attended as they move forward in decisions made at the festival.
“After the Festival 180º 2013, although I’m too tired… 🙂 I feel I have to shout,” says Hélder, “To him who can do a lot more than we can imagine or ask for, by the power that is at work within us. To him be glory in the Church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever! Amen. (See Ephesians 3:20). I love you, Jesus. Thank you, thank you and thank you.”
Watch and share this video with some unforgettable moments from Festival 180º 2013 (even under water:)!
Here are some photo highlights from Festival 180º 2013. Hélder says, “These were days of faith, worship, transformation, Bible, music, solidarity, friendship, fun, arts, graffiti, music, sports, beach, sun, pool… and in the center of it all: JESUS!”
Want to hear Festival 180º 2013?
Hélder says: “Soon we will be able to listen all plenary sessions, interviews, opinions, etc. of the #festival180 on RadioVida, www.radiovida.es.” We’ve got the concerts, interviews, opinions and feelings… so you can relive those moments spent at Festival 180º 2013. They are doing a great job!
About 180º Global
Hélder is the founder of 180º Global (180global.org) and director of Festival 180º (festival180.com), a youth summer festival for the churches in Spain. 180º Global is a ministry that exists to communicate the life and the message of Jesus especially to young people and young adults. They do this through events like Festival 180º, podcasts, radio programs, articles, etc. In addition, they also enable and mobilize others so that they can do the same. They are an interdenominational movement, working with and for local churches.