The event coordinator, Darryll Stinson, added,"You can worship God in dance, you can worship Him in your testimony, or even just by having fun and being yourself."
And having fun, sharing the gospel is just what the two men foster at the Phi Light. On a typical night, will find 40 to 60 people enjoying impromptu sessions of dancing, guest rappers, speakers, and featured poets. Jesus is presented as a Savior who loves - not a life administrator with a long list of rules that leave His followers unable to ever have any fun.
Phi Light, which meets monthly, is built around five pillars, "to live, to ignite, to grow, to harbor, and to testify." Most of those who attend are Christians, but non-believers are welcome anytime. They will hear the Gospel in a non-formal structure as those around them share.