Thursday, September 03, 2009
We had a great weekend of singing. Saturday we were at Bayshore Camp in Sebewaing for the annual Lloyd Severance Gospel Music Convention. It's always great to see all our friends from the other gospel groups that we don't get a chance to sing with except once a year at Bayshore. We had around 1,500 people at the concert. Of course, we had the usual Bayshore rain but it didn't dampen the spirit of the performers or the crowd.
Sunday morning we sang at Jeff (our tenor) and Kory Hawks home church, Millington Church of God. What a great church! You could really feel the Lord's presence. What a service! While we were eating lunch in Millington, we were pleasantly suprised when Dennis Gwisdala and his soundman, Jim stopped in to say hello. Dennis was also singing in Millington that morning.
Then we were off to Clare, Mi to Colonville Bible Church. They were a sweet congregation and the food and fellowship after the concert was much appreciated. Shem's grandma (pictured above) was with us too. She is such a sweet and adorable woman and we were so happy to meet her.
Hope to see you Saturday in Brown City!
Until next time,
The ROYALHEIRS hail from Flint, Michigan and organized in the fall of 1995 for the primary purpose of praising the Lord through the singing of " Southern Gospel Music". Their music has a quality that puts the emphasis on ministering through music. Music that blends harmony with soul stirring words that are a welcome change of pace from other forms of music. Just as their name implies, each ROYALHEIR is an Heir to Godly Royalty. Each member has a glowing testimony that will radiate during their musical presentation. Each member has an extensive background in Gospel Music. Each has committed themselves to sharing their talents in this unique way and have been instrumental in uplifting and blessing many people in their concerts throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin and wherever the Lord leads.