Terry’s Picks: October 2016

Written by Terry DeBoer on . Posted in Local

EVENTSWest Michigan Christian News writer Terry DeBoer surveys the landscape for the area's faith-based arts and entertainment events over the coming month. Here are three highlights for October:

* Jeremy Camp – The Christian singer-songwriter performs at 7 p.m. Thurs. Oct. 13 in Kentwood Community Church, 1200 60th St. SE Kentwood. Camp's "I Will Follow" tour (the title of his most recent CD) includes songs from throughout his career, which includes eight albums and numerous Christian radio hits. One of his memorable ballads is the hopeful "There Will Be A Day." Also on the bill are Royce Lovett and Citizen Way. General admission tickets are $25, artist circle tickets $55. Order on line at www.itickets.com or phone 800-965-9324.

* All Sons & Daughters – The worship-based group, anchored by singer-songwriters David Leonard and Leslie Jordan, performs at 8 p.m. Mon. Oct. 18 in Dimnent Chapel, 277 College Ave. Hope College, Holland. The group is the creative force behind the worship song "Great Are You, Lord," one of the top 10 most requested anthems in contemporary church worship. Their new CD is "Poets and Saints." The couple is part of Journey Church in Franklin, Tenn. Advance tickets are $25 and available at https://tickets.hope.edu/ticketing/selecttix_nochart.php?s_id=1631&p_id=4796 or 616-395-7890.

*Danny Funderburk, Dixie Echoes and Skylight Quartet – The Southern gospel groups perform at 7 p.m. Friday Oct. 21 at Fellowship Reformed Church, 6610 36th Ave. Hudsonville. Funderburk is a former member of the famed Cathedrals, and has been part of several other ensembles. The Dixie Echoes are a veteran group featuring 44-year member Randy Shelnut. The Skylight Quartet is from West Michigan. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15 general admission, ($20 at door), $22 artist circle (first six rows in center section). Available via www.itickets.com or phone 800-965-9324. For more info and details on group rates visit www.ssconcerts.com.
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Terry DeBoer
Terry is journalist who writes for newspapers, magazines, newsletters and websites. His most frequented “beat” is arts and entertainment. He is married with two children and lives in Grand Rapids.

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