Happenings – Recording

We’ve gotten behind on sharing the last few weeks, and there’s been some pretty cool things happening.  So we want to catch you up on what’s going on… but we’ll do it slowly, a little bit at a time. 🙂

A couple of months ago we purchased some equipment for audio recording – Jon has some experience in this, and we hope to use the equipment to provide opportunities for local Roma and other musicians to record and share their music.  We’ve got some neat ideas for this, you’ll hear more about them in the future…

The first project is working on recordings for the worship team at Devleskero Kher Church where we worship most Sundays.  Jon had a couple of recording sessions with them already, and we enjoyed the time hanging out and making music together!

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  1. I can hear their music in my head. Sure would love to have a recording when you are ready to share. ❤️

  2. It looks like you continue to do great things! I love hearing from you. A group from Richmond’s First Baptist Church will be in Ruzomberok July 5-14. I don’t know how far you are from Ruzomberok, but we’d love to see you. The Baptist church there is also working with the Roma people.

    1. Hi Martha – good to hear from you, and great to hear that FBC is still engaged in Slovakia! We’re holding a day camp for Roma in a local village the first week of July, then we’re heading back to the US for a couple of weeks so we won’t be able to catch you all then… but we’ll look forward to hearing how it goes!

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