Bruce Carroll Talks about Koinonia Bookstore & Coffee House

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Kathryn E. Darden
Oct 3, 2012
Bruce Carroll photo from www.brucecarroll.com

Christian singer/songwriter, recording artist, producer, performer, and worship leader Bruce Carroll recently sent in some memories of Koinonia Christian Bookstore.

"In the late 80's, I booked and played the coffee house for almost a year. I was just starting out and didn't want it to die. I booked Michael Card, Billy Sprague, Pam Mark Hall, Rob Frasier, First Call, Rich Mullins and many others. I just called them at their homes.

"My own debut concert as a label artist with Word was there! So I have a soft and very fond place in my heart for Koinonia Coffee House."

Bruce Carroll has performed on TNN, VH-1, at the Bluebird and other national acoustic music venues. Today he is the worship leader at his home church, Hope Presbyterian Church n Cordova, Tennessee.

The 40th Anniversary Koinonia Family Reunion will take place Nov. 2 at Woodmont Hills Church is located at 3710 Franklin Road Nashville, TN. Tickets are on sale for $7.50 per person or $15 per immediate family. Seats are first-come, first-served and are not reserved. For more information or to order tickets, visit http://www.koinoniafamilyreunion.com.

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Also see: www.brucecarroll.com