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December 10, 2013

Church to host Kevin Spencer on Friday

Kevin Spencer will be ministering at 7 p.m. Friday at the Old Mission Church, 119 E. Hickory St.

Spencer started singing with his family, The Spencers, at the age of 3.

He started his own group in 1992 and now travels as a soloist. He has written many songs and has ministered to many people all around the world.

His greatest blessing is seeing souls come to know Jesus as their savior.

Spencer has recorded several No. 1 and No. 2 songs — “The Blood is Still There,” “If the Rapture was Yesterday,” “So Much to Thank Him For,” and God Bless America Again.”

He also recorded a CD tribute of his favorite singer, Rusty Goodman. Spencer also has appeared on several of Bill Gaither’s DVDs.

Spencer is a born-again Christian and believes in living what he sings. He flies to most of his appearances, logging many air miles. You will be blessed and encouraged by his ministry.

Information: Rick Harris, (918) 351-4128.

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