Nashville News: October


Kathryn E. Darden
Oct 27, 2004

The Nashville Rescue Mission has been helping the poorest of the poor for 50 years.  They served 454,000 meals in 2004, and have provided 200,000 nights of lodging.  They involve more than 16,000 volunteers annually.  Thursday, October 28th, learn about the lives that are being changed and the incredible difference the Nashville Rescue Mission makes for Middle Tennessee.  You can help this vital organization by being a part of our "Go Light Your World" Radiothon.  Listen to solid Gospel 105 from 6am to 7pm as residents from the Nashville Rescue Mission share their stories of changed lives.  The number to call on Thursday to donate is 888-NRM GIVE (888-676-4483).

10/23/4 New Word group Building 429 is appearing with Jeremy Camp at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium tonight, Oct. 23 at 7:00 pm. Details at: Redeem the Vote

10/18/4 Tonight Amy Grantwill be the musical guest on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno".  Amy has been on the show before and was asked to appear again.  She will sing "Come Be With Me" which is a song from her brand new Greatest Hits album.  On Thursday, You can catch Amy visiting with the women of "The View".  Amy will again perform as the musical guest so check your local daytime listings for times. More Amy below!

10/16/4 Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams, and Donnie McClurkin will all be in Nashville, for one night only, November 11th, at the Municipal Auditorium

10/9/4 FFH performs at MTSU tonight! Tickets are still available at the MTSU box office.

10/1/4 Revival at the Ryman - an inter-denominational service Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM led by Ray Hughes. Services will feature worship led by The Selah Tabernacle Band, special guests and a message from Ray Hughes. Services are free and open to the public Sunday, October 3rd at 7:00 PM at the Ryman Auditorium.

Amy Grant’s 19th project, due out October 12th, is a collection of her greatest, most loved hits from albums since The Collection (released in 1986).