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The Josh Cremer Trio visits Korea

October 12, 2010, 2:22 pm
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The Josh Cremer Trio, a local music group made up of NNU alumni, has recently returned from touring in Daejeon, South Korea. Josh Cremer (’09), Jon Schenk (’07) and Eddie Wheeler (’07) spent two weeks at Taejon Christian International School (TCIS) sharing with the students through worship and fellowship.

The first week of the Trio’s tour was spent leading worship for the high school’s spiritual emphasis week, paralleling the activities taking place on NNU’s campus. The next week they switched to the middle school where they participated in the week’s chapel services. When they were not leading worship, the band members were hanging out with the students. The Trio lived on campus during their stay in order to spend more time talking with and ministering to the students.

Reflecting on the past two weeks, the band shared that they felt that God was really present in their times of worship at TCIS, and that it was an amazing experience to be able to praise God with kids from a different country. Other NNU alumni currently serving at TCIS include Landon and Brenna (Blair) Loeber, and George and Heidi (Hagood) Zickefoose.

Photo Caption: From left to right: Jon Schenk, Josh Cremer and Eddie Wheeler.


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