World Mission Outreach Hosts Second Annual “From Batesville with Love” Benefit Concert
Event Set for Fellowship Bible Church at the Landers Building September 17
The World Mission Outreach, led by Quebec Miya, will hold its second annual benefit concert on Saturday, September 17 at the Landers theater building, home of the Freewill Bible Church, at 276 E. Main Street. World Mission Outreach (WMO) is a global mission organization currently operating in the United States, South Africa, Mozambique, and Swaziland. The organization is currently focused on connecting churches in the United States with churches in the southern part of Africa. Revivals, crusades, youth rallies, and mission conferences are mechanisms for accomplishing the mission. “From Batesville with Love” is a benefit concert to support the work of the mission.
The concert will feature a number of musical acts, including Godframe,
Anointed Ones, the LiveLoveChange Project from Dallas, Impact, and World Sound. The concert begins at 7:00 p.m. and will continue until 10 p.m. Admission is $5.00 for adults, $2.00 for students, and free for children 8 and under. Tickets available at the door.
Batesville’s Godframe, aka Terrence Ford, has become an extremely well-known Contemporary Christian Artist, incorporating Rap, Pop and R&B into his inspirational music. LIVE LOVE CHANGE was created in 2010 by Justin Lee Hodges. Starting his music career in 2002, his first band, Gazer, was a successful independent Christian Alternative-Rock band. Justin began working on LIVE LOVE CHANGE in 2010 and recording the first album with Brenton Clarke Little (former member and drummer in Gazer). Justin began working on LIVE LOVE CHANGE in 2010 and recording the first album with Brenton Clarke Little (former member and drummer in Gazer). Using its own website as well as social media to help distribute its creations, LLC also tours regionally. With its debut album “The Awakening” released in June of 2011, the future looks very bright.