Having fun while learning God’s love for them will be something they can share with their friends at school. We welcome everyone to worship with us at Plum Creek Christian Church and to take what we learn to a world that is looking for hope, love and forgiveness.
God bless and see you there!
The Greenes in concert
First Southern Baptist Church, located at 1159 S. Airport Road, invites the public to a special worship service on Sunday, Aug. 4, when they will host The Greenes.
Everyone is invited to attend this unique and special worship service. Come and join us for uplifting songs and testimonies. The concert will begin at 10:30 a.m., Aug. 4 and a love offering will be collected. For additional information, please contact the church office at 765-932-2471 or Pastor Jeff at 765-938-9196. Hope to see you there!
Tim Greene, the original founding member of this popular group from Boone, N.C., and author of more than 550 songs, will bring this dynamic trio to Rushville. Tim, his late brother Tony, and sister Kim thrilled audiences with songs such as “There’s A Miracle In Me, “It Sounds Like Angels, “When I Knelt,” and “Jesus’ Rocking Chair.”
He pastored Westview Baptist Church in Boone for six years and owns the Loft Studio where he has produced more than 300 albums. Tim won the Dove Award for “Butterfly Kisses” in 1994. He recovered from a decade-long illness, toxic black mold syndrome, where he was confined to a wheelchair. After the sudden death of his younger brother Tony, Tim decided to reorganize the group. Singing with Tim is Keith Skiles. Keith is from Belle, W.Va., a small community about 10 miles east of Charleston. Keith sang tenor with Kings Harmony for 12 years and was a soloist for 16 years in the Charleston area. Rounding out the trio is Scott Mullins, who is no stranger to gospel music. Scott sang for more than 30 years with groups such as: Kings Harmony out of Columbus, Ohio, and The Praisemen from Charleston. He also sang with Freedom Voice and the Gospel Harmony Boys. In 1994, Scott was healed by God of Hodgkin’s disease.