Monday, March 23, 2009

Liberty Day!


(Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Beatty)

Liberty Day has come and gone and it was WONDERFUL! We are so grateful for all that the Lord did through the weekend! We don't have pictures yet, but Moody Radio did broadcast a piece on the event this afternoon. You can listen to the archive online HERE.


(Pie Judging - photo courtesy of Peter Serven Photography)

Over 800 people from 9 states joined us for the day - many coming in costume and bearing fresh apple pies! Did I mention that it was wonderful?? We'll post pictures and a more thorough update when we can! In the meantime, let us know if you have pictures up!


If you weren't able to attend, you really have to buy the recordings of Dr. Jehle's sessions on Interposition. They were excellent! So was the music that Charlie Zahm brought and shared with us! Our deep, heartfelt thanks to both of those gentlemen for making the day so very enjoyable and profitable for all of us. And thanks to all of you that came, we so enjoyed spending the day with you!


(Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Beatty)

Pictures from attendees can be found here:
Yen Family
Dawn's Blog
Liberty Day Collage by Wendy

5 comments:

Jacob Timothy Bernhardt said...

WOW-HOW!! How exciting that Liberty Day has now been featured on Prime Time America!!

What a spectacular day it was.

Hez said...

Looks like fun! Wish we were closer so we could come!

Kathryn Grace said...

It was soooo much fun! Dr. Jehle was wonderful beyond words.

We listened to the radio broadcast about Liberty Day on Moody... it was very good! Exciting!

By the way, can I ask what was the name of the song Joanna and Raeanne played? I can't remember. :-)

Anyway, THANK YOU Erbers for making another great Liberty Day possible! :-)

Erber Correspondent said...

Joanna and Raeanne played the Ashokan Farewell, by Jay Unger.

And Kathryn, thanks for all your help with Liberty Day! And your willingness to just sit behind the table all evening! Thanks!

Kathryn Grace said...

You forget I wasn't *just* "sitting behind the table"... I was also in charge of a certain little princess who is quite charming and thoroughly amusing! :-)
Either way, you are welcome for the help... I like doing that sort of thing (not just sitting behind tables, but "running them" - lol) I actually think I enjoyed myself more than if I had been dancing! :-)