Harp and Story

Peregrinnatti

Psalm 49:4; I will put my teaching into a story; I will unite heaven and earth upon the harp.

Peregrinate: To travel from place to place, or from one country to another, especially on foot; hence, the Peregrinnatti, early Celtic pilgrims or missionaries that journeyed from place to place telling the gospel story. Like our ancient, Celtic missionary brothers we seek to honor this tradition of traveling from place to place sharing the gospel, through the art of storytelling and harping. In some small way we hope to revive this age-old practice of presenting scripture so people may experience the old, familiar narratives with new life, understanding, and clarity. It is our hope and prayer that you will be impacted positively by these slices of life that we now share with you.

Matthew 10:6-8; “…go to the lost sheep of the house of Israel. And as you go, preach, saying, ‘The kingdom of heaven is at hand. Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, cast out demons; freely you received, freely give.’”

Harp and Storyteller, Steve and Shirley Rees of the Peregrinnatti travel from place to place helping to build “Echad” in the body of Messiah. Community weeks are times of Acts chapter 2 gatherings for instruction and practice in coming together as “living stones”. Your generous donations help supply sponsorships for children and help pay for the expenses required to minister this experience to the body of Y’Shua.

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2 thoughts on “Peregrinnatti”

  1. Dear Steve and Shirley,

    My family and I were at Bamboo School when you were there in 2007. That was such a blessed time, wasn’t it? We were there for 2 months. We helped with your Jewish wedding! 🙂

    I was wondering if you have any word on how Momo Cat is doing. She emailed me last October saying that she was having a tumor removed from her skull that very week. Since then, I’ve heard nothing from her and Porsue and Lukai haven’t emailed me back when I’ve asked about how she’s doing. Do you by any chance have any information on her condition and how she’s doing? I pray she’s okay. I’ve been a bit concerned.

    I pray this message finds you well!

    God bless,
    Christian

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  2. Shirley, and Steve, finally sat down and connected, thank you for your posts for this Feast of weeks. We are still reaping the fruit of your labors of when you were here, and are greatful to Abba! We look forward to seeing you again soon , we hope. Just so you know, I am doing well,having my first follow up since I started the program with the Naturopath, on the 11th..we are praying for a good report. We keep you in our thoughts and prayers, With much thanksgiving, we have so much to share when we meet again, with love in Messiah..Laurie/Kol HaMashiach

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