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Looking at the Fellowship of Christian Farmers tent from the top of a grain bin.

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View of the Farm Progress Show from the top of a 60 foot tall grain bin built for the show.

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Charles Hodge shares the Gospel with a group of farmers.

The very hot, dry weather did not keep people from attending the Farm Progress Show August 27 through August 30 in Decatur, Illinois. And the Fellowship of Christian Farmers was there, giving rest to weary visitors with cold

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water, gospel music,and wordless walking sticks. The familiar international flags were flying, greeting visitors from all over the world. In attendance Tuesday were a group of Portugese farmers from Brazil. Written materials were available to them in Portugese, explaining the mission of the Fellowship of Christian Farmers.

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Portugese farmers from Brazil take a breather in the Fellowship of Christian Farmers tent.

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Music provided by Heartsong

Music was provided by Heartsong, providing a unique gospel twist to popular songs.

The tireless energy of the FCFI members who volunteer at countless farm show across the country was evident as temperatures reached the mid-90’s. The amazing thing to see was the intent interest of the guests as they listened to the gospel presentation via the wordless walking stick. God works where there are those willing to carry on with His plans.

 

 

 

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Peggy Korn sharing the Gospel

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Gary Mings from Springfield, Illinois shares the Gospel with some FFA members.

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Red is for the Blood of Christ, which saves us from our sin.

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The Wordless Walking Stick

 

 

 

 

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