Monday, August 23, 2010

Cancer Association Announces its 6th Annual Gospel Sing Concert on August 29

Your local and independent Cancer Association of Darke County is putting on their sixth annual Gospel Sing concert. The Gospel Sing is a free, nondenominational concert on August 29th, at Lighthouse Christian Center with doors opening at 6:00 PM and concluding at 8:00 PM.

The performers this year include: Tommy Renfro, the New Dawn Trio, Donovan Brown, Kimi Holsapple, the First Baptist Church Puppets, and the Majestic Sounds Quartet.

Tommy Renfro is a little bit of old mixed with a fresh anointing of praise. Born and raised in the corn fields of southwest Ohio, this twenty-five year old singer/songwriter has dabbled in everything from Christian Rock to Southern Gospel and has found a new balance of music expressed in his upcoming album titled “Til’ They Ask Why.” Wither it’s singing to a huge crowd or a church of 25 people, his performance is always the same because, as Tommy often states “It’s not about me, it’s about His glory.” This Darke County native is thrilled to be a part of this year’s concert and hopes to see you there!

The New Dawn Trio was formed in 2009 by three singers Bruce Swank, Dixie Magee, and Larry Hart. The trio presents sermon through song throughout their performance.

Donovan Brown is a solo-artist born in Arcanum who sings to share the Gospel of Jesus, Hope, and Salvation. He has been singing in the Tri-State for more than 30 years.

Majestic Sounds Quartet was formed in 2008 and will sing anytime, anywhere, and any place they have been asked. The group’s focus is singing about God’s love, His grace, and His mercy. The quartet, through song and spoken word, hopes to touch the hearts of those who hear us and make a spiritual difference in their lives, while drawing those who hear their performance closer to God.

Kimi Holsapple has traveled near and far lifting the name of Jesus Christ through song and prayer that all who hear will come to know Him. Kimi has performed with many gospel groups and has been performing as a solo artist for more than twenty-seven years. She now has five CDs and is currently working on another to be released in 2011. Kimi gives all the glory, honor, and praise to God for every opportunity to sing and witness for the Lord.

The Cancer Association is excited for this event and hopes that you and your family will keep the evening of August 29th clear to attend this FREE, nondenominational concert. A love offering will be taken up during the performance to benefit the Cancer Association of Darke County. There will also be a bake sale to benefit the Cancer Association with local baked goods.

Lighthouse Christian Center is located on 5256 Sebring-Warner Road in Greenville, Ohio and is kind enough to allow the Cancer Association to hold this event at their church; please join us for an evening of entertainment and great music!

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