Southern Plainsmen Quartet Lead Worship at Set Free Event

HORNBECK, La.  – West-Central Louisiana’s Southern Plainsmen Quartet lead worship last night at The Fellowship at First Baptist Church Logansport’s Set Free 2011 event.

“We were honored to be a part of such a wonderful series of revival services,” mentioned Marcelle Slaughter of the Southern Plainsmen Quartet. “These services are making a great impact on the community, and we know that God did some awesome things last night!”

Hosted by First Baptist Church Logansport, Set Free 2011 features guest speaker David Burk, who will help attendees identify areas of bondage, encounter the truth of the Bible and be set free from the chains that bind them.

A different music group will lead worship each evening.  On Sunday, Testify lead in worship, while Monday featured the Southern Plainsmen.  Tuesday’s worship will be led by Steve Hess and Southern Salvation, and Wednesday’s experience features Phase 5 from East Texas Baptist University.

Guest speaker David Burk is president and founder of Total Surrender Evangelical Association, Inc.  He has traveled to every state and 51 countries to speak at various events and venues.  Burk is a graduate of Dallas Baptist University and is completing work towards an executive MBA through Grand
Canyon University.

In case of inclement weather, Set Free 2011 will be held in the gymnasium at First Baptist Church Logansport.

For more information on the event, contact Marcelle Slaughter at (318) 663-4812 or visit the Southern Plainsmen online at

The Southern Plainsmen recently announced their partnership with humanitarian organization World Vision.  The Southern Plainsmen Quartet are now artist advocates for the organization – spreading the word at concerts, churches, and various other dates that the quartet may perform at.

For more information on the Southern Plainsmen Quartet, visit their website at .  You can also visit the group on Facebook at .