A Blog by Damien Jackson
wow quel honneur d'être là, merci pasteur et merci au talent des filles
This a great performance from the YPG in France, I love it and it tell the reality of what goes on in our society.
Great job YPG France, man you all did a great job in the dancing and message, so Keep it up, Maintain Bold and Firm With The Lord Jesus Christ, GOD BLESS you all today, tomorrow, and forever IN THE NAME OF THE LORD JESUS CHRIST, AMEN. Because You Are Strong!!!
A youth in my church recommended I read your book 'Shoulda Been Dead'. I knew about it and the title of the book always grabbed my attention, but never quite got to reading it, until the day the youth approached me and just by her speaking about it with so much excitment I had to read it for myself. She gave me her copy to read, so I had no excuses not to read it.When I started reading it I couldnt put it down (honestly), what really caught my attention was how God rescued you so many times from the hands of death and how God didnt give up on you. This book made me think about the way I see God and that no matter how bad a breakground you may have, it never will impede us from deciding to change. We all have an option to choose to change, no one can stay in suffering or pain unless if they themselves choose to...but God is always willing to take us out of our pain, no matter how deep it is.This book really encouraged me in many ways, I have never been through as much as you have been, but if you overcame through the help of God, I am certain the same God who helped you will definately help me too.Since reading your book, I recommend it to youths..I am not in the youth group myself but this book helped me...alot.God bless
It is an honor to see our video in your blog. Your story is so strong! you touch many young French. God bless you
I would like to congratulate the YPG from France for making this amazing performance, the mixture of Krumping, Clowing, and other hip hop variation is excellent, shows that they put great effort into this show, although no words were said, the dancing styles spoke even louder and the message was delivered.