BPC graduates to return to lead Oct. 16 praise-worship concert
MOUNT VERNON -- As part of Brewton-Parker College's centennial celebration, graduates Daniel and Bonnie Hoover return to their alma mater to lead a concert of worship through praise music on Thursday, Oct. 16.
The concert will be at 7 p.m. in Saliba Chapel on the campus in Mount Vernon.
Daniel and Bonnie, in association with WorshipOne, have been leading worship through praise music in an on-the-road ministry since their graduation from Brewton-Parker in 1997.
Daniel and Bonnie married in June of 1996 after meeting as students at Brewton-Parker. They finished their undergraduate degrees - Daniel in music/voice and Bonnie in psychology - and now base their ministry out of Warner Robins, Daniel's hometown. Bonnie is a native of Swainsboro.
The focus of their ministry is to lead the body of Christ to a deeper knowledge of and relationship with their Lord through worship and praise. With Daniel's live acoustic guitar and vocals, supported by Bonnie's underlying bass guitar, this fresh and honest sound breaks down walls and leads students into the presence of God in an intimate worship experience.
Both their upbeat celebration/praise and their intense worship give believers the freedom to open up their lives before God. Daniel and Bonnie minister full time through concerts of praise, weekend retreats, and weeklong camps throughout the United States.
Admission is free, although seating is limited. For tickets or information, come by the BPC post office in the Phillips Student Center, call 583-2241, or email firstname.lastname@example.org weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
"We are excited about this night of fellowship, upbeat music, and intimate worship and are thankful to be able to open it up to the community," said Dr. David Moseman, assistant professor of Christianity at Brewton-Parker and coordinator of the concert through the college's Centennial Celebration Steering Committee.