GRACEVILLE (BCF)—The Baptist College of Florida located in Graceville will host the inspirational gospel music family The Hoppers and the new Southern gospel group Mercy Revealed in concert Feb. 2 at 6:30 p.m. CST in the BCF Wellness Center.
One of America’s favorite families of gospel music, The Hoppers continues to receive recognition and awards for a lifetime of spreading the Gospel through music. The Hoppers have been popular guest performers on the Gaither Homecoming Tour for several years.
Opening for The Hoppers is the new Southern Gospel group Mercy Revealed. Alabama pastor and solo artist Stan Cook and Laura Tice, administrative assistant to the president at BCF, have combined their talents with the sole purpose of revealing the great mercy of God through Jesus Christ in song.
Cook has performed on stage with The Perry’s, The Talley’s, Steve Ladd, Ken Turner and Valor III, and many more. He has two chart topping songs, “The Lamb of God and The King Has Arrived.” Tice released her first CD “A Patchwork of Memories” in 2007.
“God has given me such a great love for singing that I can’t help but sing for His glory,” Tice said.
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and tickets for the evening can be purchased for $12 in the BCF business office by calling 850-263-3261, ext. 418 or visit the BCF website at www.baptistcollege.edu. All seating will be general admission.
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