Jamaica Moved by Christian Festival Series

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Motorcycles, music and ministry came to three cities in Jamaica this month.

Luis Palau took his unique style of evangelism to Kingston, Montego Bay and Mandeville on the Caribbean Island nation.

High-flying daredevils thrilled the crowds of young people that flocked to the three events.

At night, the festivals came alive with music from Jamaican and international gospel performers.

Palau, his son Andrew, and San Diego evangelist, Miles McPherson, preached in the three cities.

In Mandeville, Palau called on prodigals to return to the faith.

"Jamaica is considered a Christian nation, but all of us know that there are thousands of young people, thousands of dads and moms and grandpas and grandmas who've drifted away from God," he said. "Tonight God is saying to you, 'my foolish wanderer, come home, come back home.'"

The ministry says more than 250,000 people heard the gospel message, and about 10,000 put their faith in Christ at the festivals.

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