IMB missionaries, Eric and Anissa Haney, use music as a way to connect with those in Stockholm, Sweden. Reaching the hopeless and unbelieving there with the Gospel is what has inspired their latest project “Stories of Hope.”
“Stories of Hope” is a project that has seven New Testament stories put to music and orchestration. It was not only promoted online, but the songs were performed last fall at a jazz festival in Stockholm and were also released on a new album, which includes a narrative reading of each Bible story.
The Haneys’ dream is that this project will become a global ministry and will reach others around the world with the music and stories of the hope of Jesus.
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PRAY for the Haneys as they continue to share about Jesus through music and join them in their effort to reach the world with the Gospel of Christ one story at a time.
For more about this story, visit: https://www.imb.org/2021/05/17/imb-workers-stockholm-release-multimedia-scripture-project/