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Tornado Benefit Concerts

Middle Tennessee was hit hard by tornadoes a couple of weeks ago. This weekend two churches will host benefit concerts to collect money and food for the victims. Can you imagine being a mom without a home? Be grateful for your home today, and ask God for ways you might help people in your community that need a little extra help.

Strong Tower Bible Church will host a benefit songwriter's night fortornado victims in Williamson, Macon, Trousdale and Sumner counties THIS SUNDAY at 6:00pm (see flyer attached). Host for the evening will beVince Gill. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. Concert will take place inLiberty Hall at the Factory in Franklin.Admission to the event is a food box of donated non-perishable items ora gift card. Cash donations for the tornado victims will be receivedduring the concert.

Fellowship Bible Church (1210 Franklin Road, Brentwood, TN 37027) willalso host a benefit concert THIS SUNDAY, March 2, at 7:00pm to benefitrecent tornado victims. Confirmed artists include: Brandon Heath, JasonIngram, Christy Nockels & Bebo Norman.


Shannon said…
Thanks. I am going to post this to my sight as well.

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