Do Something Festival promises two days of energetic Evangelism

If past
performance, in other countries, is anything to go by then Grand Cayman had
better brace itself for the sheer size and spectacle of the Do Something
Festival being held on Friday, 14 and Saturday, 15 May.

The
two-day celebration of community activism, Evangelism and family fun kicks off
each day at Grand Harbour from 3-6pm.

As well
as a Wii Gaming Tent excitement for the younger crowd will also be provided in
the deft display skills of FMX’s Willy Watts and Terry Russell and the mad
skill of the skate and BMX teams as they flip, jump and show off their
hair-raising stunts to spectators at Black Pearl.

Professional
surfer,  director of the film Walking on Water, Bryan Jennings, an action
sports Evangelist will also be at the festival, organisers have said.

This two-day festival is the culmination of
over a year of planning and we are excited that the event is finally here,”
said Pastor Al Ebanks, Chairman of the Do Something Cayman Executive Committee.

“Our goal is to not only host an event of clean,
wholesome entertainment for the entire family but to see lives transformed by
the message of hope that is found only in Jesus Christ. 

“[It] is a celebration of all the positive things
that have happened so far in the Do Something campaign but it is also intended
to be a catalyst for the incredible things that we believe are going to take
place in the Cayman Islands in the future…,” Pastor Al added.

The free event as well as offering local food and refreshment
boasts a line-up of musicians such as Balli and Papa San, on Friday, 14 May and
Trip Lee and Monty G and MxPx.

On both evenings, festival goers will also receive a
message from Miles McPherson whose organisation Miles Ahead founded and now
spearheads this Evangelist movement.

Mr.
Miles said: “I triple dare you to come to the event this weekend, and get all
the blessings God has for you. But, your heart will have to be ready to do
whatever God tells you.”

Organisers
have said that the seven Do Something World volunteers will be walking around
throughout the festival using the newly-released iPad to collect the names of
people willing to be part of Do Something World sustainable solutions in Cayman.
Those registered will then be eligible to win one of two iPads being given away
each night of the festival.

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The two-day festival promises a winning mix of action sports drama, family fun and Evangelism.
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