Church hosting free concert
Brian Free and Assurance will be performing at Christ’s Church in Horner, on Rt. 33 between Weston and Buckhannon, 7 p.m. Saturday.
Pastor Rick Wyatt would like to invite you to a night of celebrating the Lord in song and praise. The concert is free and is open to the public.
Brian Free is one of the most recognizable southern gospel tenor of our generation. Since 1982, he has been at the forefront of southern gospel music since first joining Gold City Quartet, then moving on to form his own group. Gospel music has always been Free’s first love, and fans have responded to his music by honoring him and the group at the Dove Awards for Southern Gospel Performance of the Year, “Say Amen,” in 2014 as well as “Long As I Got King Jesus” in 2006. Brian Free and Assurance has also made a number of notable television appearances, including TBN, Gospel Music Channel, Prime Time Country (TNN), Hee Haw (CBS), The “Today Show” (NBC), and 27 of the “Gaither Video” series. In the summer of 2014, BFA was chosen by BBC to represent Elvis Presley’s love of gospel music on “That’s Alright Mama, a Tribute to Elvis Presley” with his arrangement of “Peace In The Valley.”
These accolades show the consistent response to BFA’s music, how God has used them, and how he will continue to use them, officials said. While the guys all come from different backgrounds, they all agree on one thing, and that is to use their God-given abilities to take the message of Jesus Christ to everyone they can.
The mission of Brian Free and Assurance is to lift up Jesus Christ through their music, see souls come to know the Lord as Savior and be an encouragement to Believers across the nation and abroad, officials said. They believe in helping others grow in their walk with the Lord by forming exhorting relationships with their fans and investing in them at concerts. Everything is done for the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ. Brian, Bill and Mike are passionate about their calling and they are unashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
For more information call 304-472-9207.