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Gospel Weekly | October 7 – 12, 2019

Hey everyone! Today, I’m headed to St. Louis with a church group to see Hello Dolly at the Fox. Fun, right? Well, before I go, just wanted to post some things that happened this week in Gospel Music. Enjoy! – Lynn Monday, Avenue and Riley Harrison Clark announced that Riley will continue to fill in…

Saffire – Around The World In 80 Books #17

Setting: Panama Time Period: 1909 Saffire by Sigmund Brouwer is the story of a Dakota cowboy, James Holt, who finds himself thrust into the politics of Panama during the building of the canal in 1909. Though Holt had no interest in either politics or the canal, he went because a former friend asked him –…

Gatlinburg Skybridge

Gatlinburg, Tennessee draws visitors from all over the world and is known as the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Due to my job, I go to the area multiple times a year and with plenty of hiking, food and sightseeing opportunities; I never get bored when I’m in town. This year, my…

Gospel Weekly | October 1 – 5, 2019

Hope you had a great week! In Gospel Music, this was the week to release music videos, CD’s and the prestigious Grammy nominations. Read more below! – Lynn On Monday, Crossroads released a pre-order for Mark Bishop’s new CD, Beautiful Day. Tuesday, Brian Free and Assurance released a new music video for their current single,…

Courageous – Around The World In 80 Books #16

Setting: Lebanon Time Period: Middle Ages / Crusades If you’re familiar with the Valiant Hearts Series by Dina L. Sleiman, then you know that children play a big part in her books. The last installment in this series, Courageous, takes that to a whole new level with a group of kids who take part in…

Dauntless – Around The World In 80 Books #15

“If I still believed in God, I might have whispered a thanks. But I do not. I only believe in me. And the children I must protect. Robyn of the Hode might steal from the rich and give to the poor, but we are the poor, and I concern myself only with caring for us.”…

NQC | Sunday Night

“There’s nothing like Eastern Tennessee hospitality,” said Gerald Wolfe at last night’s bonus concert. And it’s true, from the moment you drive into Pigeon Forge and see the Great Smoky Mountains towering above the town, you feel like you’ve come home. For fans of Southern Gospel Music, it is home. Home to the industry’s largest…

Gospel Weekly | September 16 – 21, 2019

Happy Saturday! I’m currently on my way to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee for the National Quartet Convention which starts Sunday night. It’s going to be an exciting week! Until then, here are a few announcements made in the world of Southern Gospel Music this week… – Lynn On Monday, Ed O’Neal of the Dixie Melody Boys…

New Tenor / New Adventure

If you’re an avid concert goer, then you know the feeling of passing a “welcome to [insert city name]” sign and think, “There’s a town here?” There’s nothing quite like it, eh? Well, the first weekend in September, when the Mark Trammell Quartet had their new tenor with them for the first time, I had…