Joyful Sound Leads Worship at Pastors' Conferences in S.C., N.C.
Joyful Sound Leads Worship at Pastors' Conferences in N.C., S.C.
NGU's music ensemble Joyful Sound recently featured at two large pastors' conferences in the Carolinas.
On Sunday, Nov. 1, and Monday, Nov. 2, Joyful Sound led worship for the pastors' conference hosted by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina in Greensboro, N.C. Speakers at the annual event included Danny Akin, Alvin Reid, David Horner, D.A. Carson, Richard Davis Phillips, Gary Jennings, Johnny Hunt, and J. Gregory Lawson.
Then, on Monday, Nov. 9, Joyful Sound led worship for the South Carolina Baptist Convention's pastors' conference at Southside Baptist Church in Spartanburg, S.C. Michael Cloer, Jeff Crook, Ernest L. Easley, David Gallamore, Tom Tucker, Paul Turner, and Don Wilton spoke on the topic of preaching God's word.
"We have sung at these events before," said Vice President for Campus Ministries Steve Crouse, "but leading all the worship music is much more exposure."
Joyful Sound consists of three teams of vocalists, instrumentalists, and sound technicians who travel to perform at churches and events in South Carolina and beyond. This NGU ministry exists to share Jesus Christ with unbelievers, as well as to help grow and encourage believers.
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