The above five young adults are part of the outreach ministry of the Pentecostals of Greensboro. They are photographed at the corner of Elm and Market Streets, the very spot where Greensboro divides into north, south, east, and west. As you can see, they have a cooler. It was full of ice cold water that the offered for free, with no strings attached. Of course, they very much appreciated it when people stopped and talked to them for a little while and got to know them better. We did just that. We stopped for a bottle of water at the beginning of our evening, and at then end of the evening- after walking about 3 miles and doing our own GDP outreach for almost four hours. The ice cold water really hit the spot, as did the personable demeanor of the church members.
If you are interested in being part of a Greensboro Pentecostal community, you can find them at 1807 Merritt Drive. They will be there today at 11 am and on Wednesdays at 7:30. Additionally, you can find them on their website (here), Facebook and Youtube. Hopefully, they will be on Elm Street for the next First Friday. Indeed, this is great outreach for their church.