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Creekside Gospel Music Convention


Written by SGN Scoops Staff on October 7, 2018 – 9:45 am -



NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Multi-award-winning and chart-topping vocal group, Tribute Quartet, kicked off the fall leg of their Here For You Tour during gospel music’s largest annual event this past week, NQC – the National Quartet Convention.

Tribute brought their signature tight harmonies and exciting stage presence to approximately 40,000 people at the annual convention, appearing multiple times during the event.
“We always have a blast at NQC. It’s a great way to start our fall tour schedule,” says Gary Casto, owner/manager. “It just gives us that extra ‘push’ of excitement that helps to propel us forward.
The tour now takes the talented foursome to Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, TN, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Kansas, Ohio, Texas and more! Featuring songs from their latest release, after which the tour is named, along with their chart-topping catalog of music and familiar songs of the faith, an evening at the Here For You Tour offers something for the entire family.
Tribute Tour Itinerary:
10/6/2018 GRANNIS AR
10/7/2018 SAVANNAH TN
10/11/2018 SAULSBURY TN
10/12/2018 BUTLER MO
10/13/2018 OWASSO OK
10/14/2018 LIBERAL KS
10/18/2018 LYNCHBURG VA
10/20/2018 NEW MILFORD PA
10/21/2018 LEXINGTON NC
10/25/2018 SUGAR GROVE OH
10/26/2018 LANSING MI
10/27/2018 BARBERTON OH
10/28/2018 LOUDON TN
11/1/2018 ANDERSON IN
11/3/2018 RUSSELL KS
11/4/2018 MARION KS
11/9/2018 FOLKSTON GA
11/10/2018 VENICE FL
11/11/2018 TITUSVILLE FL
11/16/2018 KATY TX
11/17/2018 GALVESTON TX
11/30/2018 ROCKFORD IL
12/1/2018 URBANA IL
12/8/2018 ANDERSON IN
12/9/2018 NASHVILLE MI
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Written by Staff on September 28, 2018 – 8:31 am -

Gaither Vocal Band at NQC. Photo by Chip Woods

Gaither Vocal Band at NQC. Photo by Chip Woods

PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. (September 26, 2018) –  It was a terrific Thursday filled with music and message at NQC. The day started bright and early with morning chapel service as the Mark Trammell Quartet and Mike Speck led the crowd in worship, followed by a message from one of the most dynamic preachers today, C.T. Townsend.
Moving forward into the day, Dennis Swanberg gave convention-goers a laugh-break with his comedy.
Bill Gaither at NQC. Photo by Chip Woods

Bill Gaither at NQC. Photo by Chip Woods

Next up was Bill Gaither and his Homecoming Friends, filling the LeConte Center with classic songs made popular on the Gaither videos.

The evening concerts were hosted by Josh Franks. Tonight’s performers were: Gaither Vocal Band, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, Hoppers, Legacy Five, Jonathan Wilburn, Gold City, Ball Brothers, Greater Vision, Tribute Quartet, Mark Trammell Quartet, Jim Brady Trio, Dr. David Jeremiah, Primitive Quartet, Three Bridges, Kingdom Heirs. Power half-hour performances by Tim Menzies, Torchmen, Jordan Family Band, Debra Perry & Jaidyn’s Call
Among tonight’s highlights were the classic harmony of the Gaither Vocal Band, and the comedy of Bill Gaither and his sidekick, Kevin Williams and the moving testimony of Josh Townsend – pianist for Legacy Five – as he told of suffering abuse at the hands of his father in the womb before he was even born. The abuse left his twin dead before birth and Josh suffered a stroke before being delivered. Due to this, doctors told his mother that he would never have use of his left hand, to which Josh testified tonight – “they were wrong.” The crowd – with tears streaming down their face – gave Townsend a standing ovation after he performed the song, “God’s Been Good.”
C.T. Townsend at NQC. Photo by Chip Woods

C.T. Townsend at NQC. Photo by Chip Woods. C.T. Townsend will also be appearing at Creekside Gospel Music Convention Oct. 28-Nov.1

NQC – the National Quartet Convention – continues until Saturday, September 29, 2018, at the LeConte Center in Pigeon Forge, TN. Over 40,000 people are expected to enjoy the concerts and festivities planned.

Coming up tomorrow, Friday, September 28, 2018:
  • Chapel with Jim Brady Trio and the First Baptist Church Indian Trail Choir and message by Dr. Mike Whitson
  • Blazing Pianos
  • Dr. David Jeremiah
  • Matinee Extravaganza
  • Evening Concerts featuring: Erwins, Dixie Echoes, Nelons, LeFevre Quartet, Taylors, Mark Trammell Quartet, McKameys, Lynda Randle, Perrys, Jeff & Sheri Easter, Isaacs, Joseph Habedank, Hoppers, Triumphant, Karen Peck & New River and Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
NQC – the National Quartet Convention – was founded in 1957 by gospel music legend and former backup vocalist for Elvis Presley, J.D. Sumner who co-produced the event with James Blackwood. The annual convention was moved in later years to Nashville, TN and then to Louisville, KY where it was held for 20 years.
Bill Gaither reunion at NQC. Photo by Chip Woods

Bill Gaither and Homecoming Friends at NQC. Photo by Chip Woods

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Randall Reviews It: the Nelons, Tribute Quartet and the Mark Dubbeld Family

Written by Staff on January 30, 2018 – 11:14 am -

Randall Hamm reviews The Nelons: The Americana Sessions

Randall Hamm reviews The Nelons: The Americana Sessions

Randall Reviews It by Randall Hamm for SGNScoops Magazine

This month I feature three new releases from the Nelons, the Mark Dubbeld Family and Tribute Quartet. 
And as always … pick up a copy of these CDs wherever you get your good gospel music. — Randall Hamm


The Nelons

“Americana Sessions”

Producer: Jason Clark

Label: Daywind


Gentle On My Mind (John Hartford); Colors of The Wind (Alan Menken-Stephen Schwartz); Coat Of Many Colors (Dolly Parton); You Needed Me (Charles Goodrum); Daddy & Son (Jason Clark-Dony McGuire-Reba Rambo McGuire); Bridge Over Troubled Water (Paul Simon); Oh Shenandoah (Traditional); Take Me Home Country Roads (John Denver-Bill Danoff-Mary Danoff); American Trilogy (Mickey Newbury); Mama Tried (Merle Haggard); Battlefield (Vince Gill-Sonya Isaacs Yeary);

What more can you say of the Nelons? After 40 years of singing Gospel music, what more can they accomplish? How about dipping into some of the greatest country songs ever written and doing them well? Yes, the Nelons dip into the Americana songbook and bring us nine of the greatest country songs ever written and sung and put their stamp on them. This 11-song CD will definitely win the Nelons some new fans and open up new doors for their brand of gospel. This CD also features one new song from the pens of Dony and Reba Rambo McGuire, who teamed with Jason to write “Daddy and Son.” There’s also an offering from Vince Gill and Sonya Isaacs Yeary, “Battlefield.”


The CD kicks off with a big orchestral sweep and intro into “Gentle on My Mind.” From there, it’s a walk down memory lane, and you’ll find yourself humming these classic tunes and to quote a line … and for hours, you’ll be humming these tunes, and they’ll be laying gentle on your mind. I’ve never heard the Nelons sing as well as they have in bringing back these songs. Also, the Nelons bring back mostly the original instrumentation, not straying far from the original, and that’s what I love. Tunes that evoke memories for us who grew up with the originals, from Merle Haggard’s “Mama Tried” through one of the later country tunes, Anne Murray’s “You Needed Me.” The Nelons have never sounded better, and I hope that Daywind pushes this album for a Grammy nomination … it’s that great of an album. The choice to close with “Battlefield” is fantastic. It’s a cappella to start, and fiddles fill in the middle and continue to the end. The song is sung with conviction and heart and ends the CD on a fantastic note. Songs of faith and family, God and country all on one collection of unforgettable songs. Visit the Nelons to get your copy at or on Facebook at

Strongest Songs: “Gentle On My Mind,” “Coat Of Many Colors,” “You Needed Me,” “Battlefield”


Randall Hamm reviews The Mark Dubbeld Family: Joy

Randall Hamm reviews The Mark Dubbeld Family: Joy

The Mark Dubbeld Family


Producer: Gus Gaches/Jeremy Peace

Label: Song Garden/Garden Crown

Who Is On The Lord’s Side (Ray Smith SESAC); Keep On Believing Medley (Irving Berlin-Frank C. Huston-George A. Young); The Cross Won Its Victory (Janene A. Dubbeld-Dixie Phillips BMI); This Joy Is Mine (Janene A. Dubbeld  BMI); Precious Jesus (Glenda Clay BMI); There’s A Way Back (Janene A. Dubbeld BMI); When You’re Broken (Janene A. Dubbeld BMI); Joy Comes In The Morning (Larry Hinson BMI); God’s Makin’ A Way (Dixie Phillips-Bernadette Nagus-Melanie Watson BMI); The Snakes In Trouble (Janene A. Dubbeld BMI) He’s Coming Again (Linda Stalls ASCAP)

The Mark Dubbeld Family is back with a new album and a new label home, the Song Garden Music Group. The group is signed to the Garden Crown label. It’s a new label, new CD and the best album the family has recorded.  The family – consisting of mom and dad, Mark and Janene, and children, Elena, Channing and Britton – have brought new life to some old classics and some great new songs, and new Janene Dubbeld songs. The CD kicks off with a great rendition of “Who Is on the Lord’s Side,” imploring whose side you are on. Some of the favorite songs include “When You’re Broken” and “Precious Jesus,” both of which feature daughter Elena. “Broken” is a beautiful ballad written by Janene, while “Precious Jesus” will have you shouting hallelujah all through the song. I told Mark a few years ago that his sound would be right, to sing material from the Happy Goodmans and the Hinsons. When I talked to Mark at the National Quartet Convention, he said, ‘you’ll like this new CD’ and reminded me of what I had said. He said songs for them to record included suggestions of Happy Goodmans and Hinson material.


Among the songs covered is “He’s Coming Again” by the Happy Goodmans and “Joy Comes In The Morning” by the Hinsons. They take these classics, make them their own and will bring the house down in concert when sung. I’m hoping the family will record more of those groups’ material or songs similar to them in the future. One of the most interesting and intriguing songs is “The Snakes in Trouble.” It is a song that was written based on a sermon that Janene heard from Dr. Roy Lauter. It’s also one of my favorites on the CD. This family has come a long way since I first met them in 2010. Overall, this is one CD that DJs need to program and play and that gospel lovers need to grab. Visit the Mark Dubbeld Family web site to get a copy of “Joy” at  or on Facebook at

Strongest Songs: “Precious Jesus,” “When You’re Broken,” “Joy Comes in the Morning”

Randall Hamm reviews Tribute Quartet's Quartet Tribute

Randall Hamm reviews Tribute Quartet’s Quartet Tribute

Tribute Quartet

“Quartet Tribute, Volume 1”

Producer:  Gerald Wolfe

Label: Daywind

Songs: I’m Standing on the Solid Rock (Harold Lane); Over The Moon (V.B. Ellis); Every Question Will Be Answered (Chris Binion-Rodney Griffin); His Tomb Is Empty (C.A. Wright-J Wright); Come On Let’s Go to that Land (Public Domain); Hide Thou Me (L.R. Tolbert-Thoro Harris); Move That Mountain (Joe Thomas); What a Meeting in the Air (Marty Phillips-Ann Phillips); I’ve Been With Jesus (Arthur Smith); Hold On (Jesus Will Come)

In this age of Southern gospel, amongst all the great songs that are being sung and released, the audiences and folks listening to the radio and seeing groups in concert still want to hear the classics that they grew up with. That is something that will never change. Tribute Quartet has released a CD that contains 10 great classics that that have been recorded over the years by everyone from the Statesmen Quartet to the Cathedrals. Gary Casto and the group solidly sing these classics and with simple instrumentation and heartfelt singing, bringing these classics back. Kicking off with the Speer Family classic “I’m Standing on the Solid Rock” sets the listener in the proper mood, singing and humming and remembering the first time he/she heard it. I don’t know how many groups have covered “Over the Moon,” a tenor feature, but tenor singer Riley Clark does a wonderful job on it. And the rest of the CD is well sung, and as I said, it will bring back a lot of memories for Southern gospel fans who remember the time and place they first heard these classics. The key to doing a CD consisting of classic songs is to keep it simple, to not re-invent the song and to sing the songs from the heart. Plus, it helps to not go overboard with instrumentation, keeping it simple so that the vocals can shine. Thanks to Gerald Wolfe who was handling the production chores, who did just that for this release. Visit Tribute’s web site and get a copy of “Quartet Tribute Volume 1” by visiting or on Facebook at

Randall Hamm

Randall Hamm

Strongest Songs: “I’m Standing on the Solid Rock,” “What a Meeting in the Air,” “Hold On (Jesus Will Come)”

By Randall Hamm

First published by SGNScoops Magazine in December 2017

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Tribute Quartet Hits the Mark with Here For You

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on September 16, 2016 – 1:45 pm -

Tribute Quartet Hits the Mark with Here For You

Tribute Quartet Hits the Mark with Here For You

Hendersonville, TN – Fan favorite Tribute Quartet is releasing its sophomore album with Daywind Records. Here for You features a fresh sound honed by multi-Dove Award-winning producer, Wayne Haun, and reflects the best work of the top songwriters in Southern Gospel combined with the powerful quartet vocals of one of the genre’s top artists. Josh Singletary, Gary Casto, Riley Harrison Clark, and Anthony Davis have refined their sound and song selection and the result is nothing short of breathtaking.

“Prepare to be wowed,” exclaimed Daywind president, Ed Leonard. “This is a fantastic effort by a wonderful group of singers and songwriters including Lee Black, Diane Wilkinson, Sue C. Smith, Joel Lindsey, Wayne Haun, Gary Casto, Connie Hopper and more.”

In an unusual move, the first single from the album, “Never Forsaken,” was selected by a panel of top radio program directors from across the country. Tribute will debut songs from the album live at the National Quartet Convention held in Pigeon Forge, TN, at the end of September as well as in a concert special on Sirius XM’s Enlighten in early fall. Promotional videos have been shot and will be featured on YouTube as well as social media sites (#hereforyou). The group will be touring nationally in support of the record.

Here For You is available in physical cd at Christian retail stores everywhere and digitally at iTunes and other outlets on September 16th.

Daywind Records is home to an award-winning roster of artists, including Legacy Five, the Jim Brady Trio, Greater Vision, Joseph Habedank, the Hoppers, the Browders, Adam Crabb, Karen Peck & New River, the Bowling Family, the Nelons, Brian Free & Assurance, the Blackwood Brothers Quartet, the Second-Half Quartet and Wilburn & Wilburn. Daywind albums are distributed to retail through New Day Christian Distributors and Sony Red.

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Written by Staff on June 13, 2016 – 1:41 pm -

All-Star Salute to Air on TBN July 15, 2016

Les Beasley accepts the SGMG Harmony Honor in celebration of the Gospel Singing Jubilee on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 at Trinity Music City (TBN) in Nashville, TN. Photo by Chip Woods
(Nashville, TN) – The Southern Gospel Music Guild (SGMG) paid homage to Les Beasley and the Gospel Singing Jubilee at the 2016 SGMG Harmony Honors during an all-star salute on Tuesday, June 7, 2016.
The event, held at Trinity Music City in Hendersonville, TN, was hosted by Jason Crabb and Gerald Wolfe. Musical guests for the evening included Goodman Revival, The Nelons, Karen Peck & New River, LeFevre Quartet, Rambo McGuire, Ronny Hinson, Freedom Quartet, Three Bridges, Second-Half Quartet, Tribute Quartet, and the Inspirations. Additionally, Duane Allen (Oak Ridge Boys) and Willie Wynn (former tenor, Oak Ridge Boys) honored Beasley recounting personal stories and tributes.
Beasley, known for being the lead singer and manager for The Florida Boys, was also a pioneer in Gospel Music TV. Beasley produced the Gospel Singing Jubilee for over two decades. Under Beasley’s direction, the popular television program aired on Sunday mornings in every major television market in the United States. Millions viewed the show every Sunday where the careers of many of Gospel Music’s most loved artists were launched and some of the most beloved Gospel songs were introduced for the first time.
TBN – Trinity Broadcasting Network – will air the SGMG Harmony Honors during a special television broadcast on July 15, 2016.
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Tweet of the Day- Tribute Quartet

Written by scoopsnews on May 20, 2016 – 3:56 pm -


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Tribute Quartet Grows!

Written by Staff on April 15, 2016 – 4:58 am -

Tribute Quartet

Tribute Quartet

Nashville, TN- (April 15, 2016) Tribute Quartet is excited to announce that tenor Riley Harrison Clark and his wife Megan have a new baby girl.  Charlee Rae Clark was born yesterday surrounded by a host of family members, including two year old, big brother Colbin. Charlee has a head full of blonde hair and weighs 7 lbs., 9 oz. Megan and Charlee are both doing well.


“Mary, Did You Know” is a song that Tribute Quartet fans enjoy hearing Riley Clark perform.  But for the Clark family, this song has much more meaning.  Even when on the road, with the use of video technology, Riley is able to sing this song for Colbin as he falls asleep.  In addition to sharing the Gospel, Riley is attempting to share with his son that God has big plans.  And now, Riley is already singing songs to Charlee.


Riley Harrison Clark

Riley Harrison Clark

“Megan and I are grateful for every prayer whispered on our behalf.  It is daunting to think that God has given us the gift of two beautiful children.  Our Southern Gospel family is a large part of supporting us in bringing them up with knowledge of a loving Savior”, Riley Clark stated.


Gary Casto, Tribute Quartet’s leader said, “Tribute Quartet is family, all of us are thrilled to have precious Charlee join us.  She can be assured that with Josh Singletary, Anthony Davis and I as honorary uncles, will spoil her!”


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Quartet Night Across America On The Road

Written by Staff on March 14, 2016 – 2:53 pm -

Quartet Night Across America

Quartet Night Across America

Hendersonville, TN (March 10th, 2016) –Fans across the country will soon be able to experience what attendees of the Daywind Quartet Festival at the Greenbrier and Legacy Five’s NYE Celebration at Opryland have witnessed firsthand. In partnership with Daywind and the Harper Agency, Quartet Night Across America is hitting the road, and will be coming to a city near you!

The unique production, featuring Legacy Five, Blackwood Brothers Quartet, Tribute Quartet and Brian Free & Assurance, takes the audience through the decades of Southern Gospel Music from 1910 to present. Fans have the opportunity to relive the music and hear the stories of groups like the legendary Statesmen Quartet, the Blackwood Brothers, Gold City, the Cathedrals and many more.

February 2016 SGNScoops Magazine

February 2016 SGNScoops Magazine

“I am personally thrilled to have the opportunity to be a part of such a creative presentation of the history of our genre of music,” offers Scott Fowler of Legacy Five. “Working with these other renowned quartets has been an honor and we’re proud of the quality of event we’re able to deliver to fans. We’ve had a long relationship with both Daywind Records & Harper Agency, and I’m glad we’re able to all come together in this touring package!’

To bring Quartet Night Across America to your town, contact The Harper Agency at or by calling 615.851.4500.

DMG Concerts is a division of Daywind Music Group that promotes Southern Gospel music through elite concert events. For more information on upcoming events, visit or contact Dani Phillips at
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Daywind Launches Live At Daywind Studios Series

Written by Staff on November 5, 2015 – 10:29 am -

unnamed (2)Hendersonville, TN (October 27th, 2015) – Daywind Music Group announces the launch of a new DVD series entitled Live At Daywind Studios. Filmed at the Daywind Studios in Hendersonville, TN, the Live At Daywind Studios video series features some of the top artists in Christian music. Hosted by Gerald Wolfe, the series provides an up-close and personal look at popular artists through powerful, yet intimate performances, insightful interviews and never before seen moments.

The first DVD in the series highlights the up-and-coming Tribute Quartet.  In just seven years, Tribute has become one of the country’s most dynamic and beloved male quartets in the industry. Gary Casto, Josh Singletary, Riley Harrison Clark, and Anthony Davis have proven to possess the winning combination of musical talent, warm and engaging personalities, and a focus that has kept them on the path to continued success.  Viewers will get to know these men on a more personal level, as well as enjoy live performances of their most popular songs!

More DVDs in the Live At Daywind Studios series will be announced in the coming weeks.

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Tribute Quartet

Tribute: Live At Daywind Studios is available at Christian retail stores across the country and digitally at iTunes and other online outlets. Bulk purchasing for gift and ministry purposes is available by calling 1.800.635.9581.

Daywind Records is home to an award-winning roster of artists, including Legacy Five, Adam Crabb, Browders, The Hoppers, Jim Brady Trio, Greater Vision, Joseph Habedank, Adam Crabb, Karen Peck & New River, Bowling Family, Tribute, Nelons, Brian Free & Assurance, Blackwood Brothers Quartet and Wilburn & Wilburn.  Daywind is distributed to retail through New Day Christian Distributors, Sony Red, and all major digital outlets, including iTunes.

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Life, Love, and Legends: By Lou Wills Hildreth

Written by Staff on October 27, 2015 – 12:45 pm -

Photo A. The Talleys--Debra, Roger, Lauren, with Lou Hildreth

Photo A. The Talleys–Debra, Roger, Lauren, with Lou Hildreth

 Blessed by Young and Old Friends

Bill Gaither sings a song that resonates with so many of us: “Old friends, after all of these years, just old friends; through the laughter and tears, old friends…” and I thank God for blessing my LIFE with both old and young friends.

Recently, Howard and I were guests of Russell Allen and the Dignity Gospel Quartet at the Houston Gospel Song-fest and we LOVED hearing Gospel music sung by dynamic young artists, plus some of our LEGENDARY longtime friends. Emotions were at a high level as Roger, Debra, and Lauren Talley met us backstage. My mind went back to those early years in Nashville when I was hosting a daily TV show and was thrilled to have the Talleys as guests on the program. They were already well known and loved in Gospel music. The interview with Roger and Debra was easy and smooth as we talked about our passion for singing about Jesus. Lauren was just a kid, and she was adorable with her comments. She captivated our TV audience! I reminded Lauren of that long-ago event as she, Debra, and Roger left to go onstage for the concert.

Photo B. Tribute Quartet–Riley Harrison Clark, Gary Casto, Josh Singletary, Anthony Davis

Photo B. Tribute Quartet–Riley Harrison Clark, Gary Casto, Josh Singletary, Anthony Davis

Joining the Talleys for the Songfest was the fabulous male group Tribute Quartet. Gary Casto, manager and lead vocalist, is also a dear longtime friend. Josh Singletary, baritone and keyboardist, laughed as we remembered teasing each other about our red hair many years ago. Riley Harrison Clark, tenor, and Anthony Davis, bass vocalist, are two of the finest young artists gracing gospel platforms today. The concert was a lively blend of talents featuring the Talleys and Tribute.

Photo C. Dignity Gospel Quartet- Wally Shuttlesworth, Clint Hebert, Josh Flynn, Russell Allen

Photo C. Dignity Gospel Quartet- Wally Shuttlesworth, Clint Hebert, Josh Flynn, Russell Allen

We loved every minute of it, including hearing our host Dignity Gospel Quartet with their new lead vocalist Josh Flynn. Josh is excellent and works well with Russell Allen, Clint Hebert, and Wally Shuttlesworth. Howard and I thank Russell and the group for treating us to this wonderful concert. A couple from our church, West University Baptist, Paul and Willene Gutenberger, drove us and joined us on the front row. They said it was the best Gospel concert they had attended.

I thank God for my LIFE in gospel music, and the LOVE of our precious LEGENDS of gospel music. My heart overflows with gratitude for the multitude of young friends who are dedicated to the spreading of the gospel and the privilege of “shining a light for Jesus,” Matthew 5:16.

By Lou Wills Hildreth

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