most Friday nights, if Mission of Love is not booked, you can come to Celebrate Recovery in Hopkinsville KY and find Dave playing music there. CR is for addictions of any kind, be they physical or mental.
It’s a twelve step recovery process that is faith based. You’re more than welcome to come here, hear the word spoken, have a lesson, or hear a wonderful testimony. Then there are the small groups, women’s issues, men’s issues and if you don’t feel comfortable talking yet.. that’s ok as we say Keep Coming Back.
Food (usually pizza) is provided at 6:00 PM and Worship begins around 6 :30 PM All are welcome so join us if you can
For many years, sister Velma crawford has raised money for various events. Sister Velma has been especially good to Southern Gospel Music . Travelling many miles to see and support local and nationally known groups. Now it is time for Gospel music to give back to Sister Velma. On September 17, 2016 , 6:00 PM at Henderson Memorial Baptist Church 501 Noel Avenue in Hopkinsville KY, a benefit will be held for her. She has experienced some health problems and has lost over 20 pounds. You who know her know that she doesn’t have very many 20 pounds to lose!!! Let’s get behind one who has supported us for so many years. The singers will be Bro. Larry Dale Combs, ( who I’m sure we can count on to sing “Wore Out”, since Velma is involved) Living by Faith featuring Jeff James, Travis and Anita Harris, and Mission of Love Trio. Please come out and support one who does not fail to support things she believes in.
Mission of Love Trio
If you have an event on a Friday or Saturday night, or in close proximity to Elkton KY, on a night during the week or mid afternoon Sunday and need a group to come and sing some good ol’ Southern Gospel and Country Gospel music, give us a listen here on the page. Like what you hear? Give us a call at 270-644-0144… Brian will hook you right up. We want to come worship with you at your church or event…
Thank You so much…
Mission of Love Trio
With the advent of no longer taking bookings away from home on Sundays, the door opened for Dave Elliott to return to the baritone position for Mission of Love Trio.
Brian asked Dave if he would be interested in the position if there were no Sundays involved and it took about three seconds for Dave to answer “Yes”
The first appearance of the new / old lineup was at Fredonia Penticostal Church on New Years Eve. A good time was had by all, and some battled the cold to come from as far away as Hopkiinsville to hear the Trio in action.
Dave said it was fun to pick on Sherry again, and have her return it in kind. That’s one of the things you miss when you’re away.
Keep coming back to see where Mission of Love will appear near you!!!
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