The Lake Eufaula Christian Church, 415897 SH 9 West, will host a Round Robin Revival nightly at 7 pm. From Sept. 10 through 13.
Among the preachers will be David Melton, Sam Ray, Howard Crowe and Eldon Shaw.
Musicians who will perform at the revival will be the Dave Melotn Family, the Texans, Ross Johnson and tom & Ora Phelan.
The Dave Melton Family Singers will start the revival, singing songs of reverent rejoicing and a heartfelt Gospel message to Lake Eufaula Christian Church at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 10.
Dave Melton, an ordained minister who grew up in a singing family, will both speak from the pulpit and sing with his wife and four children.
They will sing many gospel favorites and at least one original inspired when the twins, then 4-yearsold, looked at the water in a baptistry and asked, “Where are all the sins?” That question became the title of their song explaining how Jesus washed all the sins away. A second generation family singing group based in Columbus, Indiana, the group has been blessed to sing for hundreds of events and many thousands of people all over the country and to see lives changed and hearts blessed by the good news of Jesus.
The 4-night revival’s Monday night program features Sam Ray in the pulpit, with his family, the Texans providing music. The Texans got their start singing country gospel music as a traveling quartet based out of Dallas Christian College. They went on to have a popular gospel theater show in Branson, Missouri for over 20 years. They have sung at LECC several times and always present an incredible concert that is southern gospel mixed with humor.
On Tuesday Howard Crowe from Nebo, Kentucky, will preach, and Ross Johnson will sing. Lastly, on Wednesday Dr. Eldon Shaw will preach, and Tom and Ora Lee Phelan will be the night’s musicians.
The Round Robin Revival was arranged by the Kiamichi Mountain Christian Mission at Christ’s 40 Acres, located near Honobia.
“The Kiamichi Mountain Christian Mission is partnering with LECC and several other churches to present this amazing revival. The mission is to share the Gospel with others and see them come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior,” said LECC Pastor Jeremy Little. “Each evening, though different, will be family-friendly and glorify the Lord. We would love for the community to come out and worship with us, and hear some dynamic preaching.”
The Revival will conclude Thursday night in Honobia at Christ’s 40 acres with a pulled pork supper at 6 p.m. and a Hallelujah Hoedown with all the above musicians performing at 7 p.m.