Global Impact Celebration
An Interactive Event for the Whole Family
Explore our roots. Discover the global impact.
Come celebrate with us the global impact that our technology-based solutions are having today. Learn about the key role that one of Elkhart’s outstanding citizens, Clarence Moore, had in launching this fruitful ministry. From “the City with a Heart” (Elkhart, Indiana) God is advancing his message of hope and new life!
Saturday, August 29, 2015
2:00-4:00 p.m. – Indoor/Outdoor Open House
Touch, experience, and learn the many facets of our technology through hands-on stations, even talk with someone via ham radio!
- Ham Radio (week-long event from August 21-29)
- Radio Planting
- Solar Lamp Poles
- SonSet Radios
- Water Pump Monitoring
- Kids Station
- Light Refreshments
- WFRN Live Broadcast
4:15-4:45 p.m. – Rich Roots: Honoring the Legacy of Clarence Moore
- Program with “Live” Painting
- Ribbon Cutting – Building dedication in honor of Clarence Moore
For more information, call 574.970.4252
Global Impact Celebration Project
The deep Amazon jungle of northeastern Peru is home to 19 indigenous language groups. Through years of arduous effort, the Scriptures have been translated into many of these languages. However, large numbers of people remain illiterate and need to hear God’s word spoken to them. In 2012 SonSet Solutions equipped our partner, Ray Rising, with a TB1000 tropical-band shortwave transmitter designed and built by our team. As a result, Radio Logos was born in the jungle town of Chazuta and is presently broadcasting the words of eternal life in 11 of the 19 languages.
Ray took one of our MB-1 (multi-band) SonSet radios with him to this region to try it out. He was impressed. “People are asking for radios,” he told David Russell, President of SonSet Solutions. Ray would like 1,000 fixed-tuned, solar-powered radios to help expand the reach of Radio Logos. Each radio costs $30 which also covers shipping fees. If you would like to provide MB-1 SonSet radios to touch the lives of more tribal people in Peru, click here.
Ray Rising has a story of his own. Kidnapped by Colombian guerrillas in 1994, Ray was held captive for 810 days before being released in 1996-unharmed. Since his release, Ray has met with some of the guerrillas who held him captive. One wrote to him saying he was now imprisoned and asked Ray for prayer.
Ray will be present at our Global Impact Celebration on August 29.