Breakfast fundraiser to benefit Victor with his mission work in Italy.
A “drive-thru” will be made available for your convenience or you may dine-in.
Jordan Amburn & Adoration is a Southern/Progressive Gospel trio from Maryville, TN.
June 4 – June 5 @ 7pm
June 6 @ 6pm
The lines are fallen unto me in pleasant places: Yea, I have a godly heritage. Psalm 16:6
Organized in 1979, The Joyaires from Harriman, TN are a full time Southern Gospel trio continuing their heritage in gospel music by filling about 150 dates a year. Comprised of husband and wife Ernie and Debbie Peters and Anna Brooks, their real passion is singing in old time camp meetings and church jubilees although they sing concerts, conventions, and anywhere a door is opened.
The mission statement of the Joyaires’ is Ephesians 6:6: Not with eyeservice, as menpleasers; but as the servant of Christ, doing the will of God from the heart.
Their motto, which can be found on all their printed material, is Nehemiah 8:10 …for the joy of the Lord is your strength.
Jesus’ Power Pulls us Through
Climb aboard for mountains of fun at Rocky Railway! On this faith-filled adventure, campers discover that trusting Jesus pulls them through life’s ups and downs.
We invite parents/guardians to be with us at 6:00 pm 7/9 (Friday) for our commencement service, food & fellowship. Come see what fun we had!
- 6:00 pm: Dinner served (please don’t be late).
- 7:00 pm: Dismissed to classes.
- 8:30 pm: Dismissed from VBS.
Get a head start by filling out the registration form.
Deep in the mountains of East Tennessee, you will find the small rural community of Locust Ridge. If you were to visit this area, there is a good chance if you stopped to talk with anyone, their last name would be Allen. The center of the community is a small church, Evan’s Chapel Baptist Church. It is more than just a white building on top of a hill; it is the place where the lives of Russell, Josh, Larry and Andy were molded and their desire to serve the Lord was fostered. Russell, Josh and Larry are all brothers and Andy is a long time friend that is as close as family! The brothers had been singing locally for a while when they asked Andy to come aboard as guitar player. All four men love music but make no mistake, this is a ministry to them. They have strong desire to let the Holy Spirit lead in services where they play. They each realize that when the Spirit moves, things will happen. Certainly, they hope folks like the music and they are all about having fun when it is time to have fun, but it is no show. God’s work is a serious business and Locust Ridge is serious about being reverent to God’s house and his calling. If the band could be summed up with one word, it would be “common.” Locust Ridge is comprised of common men with a common desire to serve the Lord!