IFGF GISI San Francisco and FKGI (Forum Kerjasama Gereja-gereja Indonesia) present the night of praise and worship, San Francisco Bermazmur, “Songs of Generation” which will be held on 31 March and 1 April 2012. Featuring a special guest star Arthur Kaunang, former AKA & SAS, a famous rock band in Indonesia around the 70s. Will also present a servant of the Lord, Edward Kho, an Associate Minister to Asian Communities.
We invite all Indonesian churches in San Francisco Bay Area to join and participate in this event to bless our city of San Francisco.
This event will be held two days at two different venues:
Saturday, March 31, 2012 at 6 pm
Glad Tiding Church
1280 Webster St.
San Francisco, CA 94115
Sunday, April 1st, 2012 at 9 am and 11 am
House of Victory
333 Victory Avenue
South San Francisco, CA 94080
About Arthur Kaunang
At 59, Arthur Kaunang is a living rock legend. Throughout the late 1960s and 1970s, he toured the archipelago with AKA, a band famous for its onstage antics, the which included nailing its lead singer into a Coffin. Today, the left-handed bassist, priest-in-training and family man talks candidly about his journey from wild Improbable rock star to born-again Christian. Read more in http://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/AKA_ (grup_musik)
About Edward Kho
Ed was born in Jakarta, Indonesia but immigrated to Canada at a young age. His youthful dream has always been to be a Naval Aviator. However, after receiving his commercial pilot license and graduating from the University of Toronto in Biochemistry / Microbiology, the Lord made His calling clear to him. Nonetheless, it took an injury during his naval training before Ed was totally surrendered to serve the Lord in full-time ministry. His passion now is to reach the nations with the gospel and grace of Jesus Christ. He received his Master of Divinity from Canadian Theological Seminary and his Doctor of Ministry from Regent University in Virginia. He has been in full-time ministry for 21 years. In 2006, Ed Came to Dallas to pastor the Lighthouse Indonesian Church, the which was a mission church of First Euless. He joined the staff of First Euless in May of 2011 to lead ministries will seek to reach That the Asian Community. Ed loves the outdoors and most sports. He is married to Mimi Nakano and They have two young children Naomi and Nicholas.