HERE IS AN EXCEPT FROM MATT GREINERS TESTIMONY & MISSION TRIP GOALS… “ My goal is to hang out in the bars , on the streets , and in the homes of these Austrian folks hearing out their stories and telling them about mine.   August Burns Red is held in high regard in Wolfsberg among the younger demographic , giving us a credible voice from a respected pedestal.  I’ll be giving drum lessons and talking with Kid’s about what Touring and being in a Band is like and how God fits into the Picture.   I know God will use my Friends and I to change hearts ( and subsequently ) , lives forever. “

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Jim Bryson:

james.bryson@comcast.net

Check out the YouTube video:

A Day in your life with Matt and Jacob in Argentina http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njw4NnJPRkQ

New On-Line Ministry “ YourLife Ministries.  ( www.YourLifeMinistries.Com )

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