“Passion exists to glorify God-uniting students in worship and prayer for spiritual awakening in this generation.” If that is their purpose, then the Passion Manila 2010 organizers are making the right steps to fulfill it. It takes more than a Chris Tomlin, a Kristian Stanfill, a Louie Giglio, or 200-peso ticket to fill the Araneta Coliseum that night. God is really Great.
The five-minute video above was my desperate attempt to reminisce the precious four hours of Passion Manila 2010. I hope you’d find time to watch it. “More than the lights, videos and music, we need the spirit of God”, stressed Louie Giglio, one of the founder of 268generation. After watching his “How Great is our God” teaching, it has been my desire to personally hear him speak. Indeed, he is one passionate man to lead a movement and bring the gospel through out the nations to University students like us.
“I’m in that movie. I don’t care how little my part is, all I want is to have a role to play in His story. My life for His renown. All that I am to make Him famous.” -Loiue Giglio
Even after days after Passion Manila 2010, i could still reminisce the emotion of people with hands lifted up as i point my camera to find a better angle. There were times that i had to poke the power button and let the lens roll back so i could close my eyes and sing unto God.
Well don’t worry, I’m praying for a DSLR. Intercede for me please🙂