Thirst quenching ... in more ways than one
Fans of contemporary Christian recording artist Robbie Seay have a chance to quench their thirst for his music and quench someone else’s thirst for good, clean water.
A portion of the proceeds from Seay’s upcoming concert set for 7 p.m. Friday at Crossings Community Church will benefit Water4, a nonprofit organization established by several Crossings members.
Water4 supplies water to underpriviledged countries.
So the mission-minded can pay the $7 ticket price to see Seay in concert (along with Chris Taylor and Alli Rogers) and help someone in need at the same time.
For more information, visit www.crossingsokc.org.
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