Greg Peterson with fiancee Brooke Ann singing worship songs in the FCFI meeting room

The Peterson Farm Bros, famous for viral parodies of popular songs altered with farm lyrics, were guests of Great Plains Manufacturing at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky.  The show took place February 13 to February 17, 2018 at the Kentucky Exposition Center.  On Thursday morning Greg Peterson, and his fiancee Brooke Ann, performed worship songs and gave testimony in support of the Fellowship of Christian Farmers, International, in a 400 seat room.  FCFI maintains an exhibit at the show, presenting the Gospel of Jesus Christ via the Wordless Walking Stick.

View the worship video here:  Peterson’s at National Farm Machinery Show

View Peterson Farm Bros You Tube videos here:  Peterson Farm Bros Videos

Volunteer Karen Hembrough shares with some young show attendees

From the National Farm Machinery Show website:

“For 53 years, the National Farm Machinery Show has offered the most complete selection of cutting-edge agricultural products, equipment and services available in the farming industry. Business professionals from around the world gain knowledge and hands-on access to various technological advancements needed for the upcoming farming season during the four-day show.
The Kentucky Exposition Center is completely filled with 860 exhibitors, making it the country’s largest indoor farm show.”

 

Wordless Walking Sticks waiting for new homes

Back at the FCFI exhibit, volunteers were presenting the Gospel to farm show attendees using the Wordless Walking Stick.  4000 sticks were brought to the show, with the few left over to be used at the Western Farm Show in Kansas City later this week.

Mike Weaver sharing the Gospel with a young family. Kids love the sticks!

Thousands attended the show, keeping our FCFI volunteers busy.  And partnering with the Peterson Farm Bros added to the excitement at the show.  The Peterson Farm Bros, and Greg’s fiancee Brooke Ann, were sponsored by Great Plains Manufacturing, and signed posters and sold T-shirts from the Great Plains exhibit later Thursday morning.  The service reached over 10,000 people on Facebook Live.

The Peterson Farm Bros: Kendall, Greg, fiancee Brooke Ann, and Nathan