We’re blessed with such talent
Saturday evening, Feb. 23, at First Baptist Church, the gospel quartet Dominion entertained an appreciative audience with their unique style of gospel harmony and storytelling. The group is comprised of four very talented working men from Richmond, Va. – Rob Dysert, Joe Fielden, Randy McGuire and Marty Riley. They thoroughly enjoy singing together, joking with each other and spreading the gospel of our Lord through their music, and they did a great job on all of the songs.
My two personal favorites were “Sweet Beulah Land” and “There’s Always A Place At The Table,” both of which are included on their latest CD. On behalf of all in attendance, I wish to thank Dominion for a very enjoyable and uplifting evening.
All praise and glory to God for this very special blessing. God’s family is truly a circle of caring and sharing!
Thursday evening, Feb. 28, at the Fort Mill History Museum, the Fort Mill High School Jazz Band, under the capable leadership of John Pruitt, performed many all-time favorite standards along with jazz, gospel and blues. To listen to these amazingly talented young people play so beautifully and with so much dedication is truly awesome and a joy to behold. May God richly bless each and everyone of them and the great folks at the Museum for hosting this very special event.