NEW ZEALAND {Our Story} | A Come&Live! Documentary

Join us as we take you on a journey through our first-ever International tour/missions trip in the beautiful country of New Zealand. Our heartfelt appreciation and
Chad Johnson

Chad is the founder of Come&Live!

Website: www.facebook.com/chadjohnson
equally huge "Thank You!" to: The epic country of New Zealand and every new friend whom we had the privilege of meeting along the way. You guys are amazing! Mark, BV, Sam and all the staff at Parachute Festival. Air New Zealand, Ascend The Hill, The Ember Days, Joe Burgers, Life Xchange and the entire Belcher family. The Nusser family and all our Kickstarter supporters who helped make the trip (and this Documentary) possible. Edge Kingsland for inspiring us all over again. The Nortons and every family who hosted us along the way. Special thanks to our hard-working one man film crew and editing machine, Andy Reale. Kevin and Viking Studios. To the Father, Son and Holy Spirit for being the lifter of our weary heads and needy hearts.

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