'Tragedy into Triumph' simulcast to be held May 1-3
Effort shared by Sidney Church of the Nazarene and Evangelical Free Church
SIDNEY -- The Tragedy into Triumph Simulcast will be held at the Evangelical Free church on May 1st and at the Church of the Nazarene on May 2-3 The Simulcast will feature well known personalities.
The Event is FREE to the public, and the doors will open 5:30 p.m. each night. Each speaker will focus on real world tragedies that can happen to any of us. This is a free event with no ticket required and all are welcome to participate. This event has reached over 500,000 people across the United States and Canada.
The Lineup and speaking times are as follows:
On Monday (5/1 @ 6 PM): Jonathan Cain (Loss)
Keyboardist for Journey who helped write the songs Don’t Stop Believin’, Open Arms, Faithfully, and many more. He will talk about LOSS and his journey to discovering a relationship with God.
On Tuesday (5/2 @ 6 PM): Montell and Kristin Jordan (Marriage)
Montell recorded the song, “This Is How We Do It”, and was a platinum and gold recording artist. He and Kristin have experienced infidelity, bankruptcy, and a miscarriage but chose marriage over music and faith over fame. Come hear the story of God healing their marriage.
On Wednesday (5/3 @ 6 PM): Brian “Head” Welch (Addiction)
Not only is he the lead guitarist from the seminal nu metal band Korn, that sells out arenas on tour even today, but he is also a person that has a story of redemption and restoration to tell. You won’t want to miss how God transformed his life away from ADDICTION and toward the power of God!
For more information go to www.tragedyintotriumph.com. Or call Kyle Larson (308)254-6162 or Lee Eads (308)279-2958