Middletown Christian Church continues to host a series of “Sunday Nite Alive” programs on the last Sunday night of each month. The third program is being held Sunday, June 24 featuring “The Texans,” a gospel group from Cassville, Mo., formerly of Branson.
“The Texans” are a full-time ministering music group, traveling all over the world to share the gospel through song, comedy, and the Word. Originally formed as a male quartet from the Dallas-Fort Worth area, The Texans moved to Branson, Mo. in 1980, where they eventually opened up the 12th music show.
In 1999, the Lord moved them back into full time traveling ministry again until 2007 when they settled in at the Great Passion Play in Eureka Springs, Ark. For the next few years, they spent their summers there at the Great Passion Play because they opened up a dinner theater there on the property.
In 2013, the Lord saw fit once again to move their ministry back into full-time traveling. They have a variety program that incorporates comedy, different styles of music, and testimony.
Other “Sunday Nite Alive” programs include evangelist Tim Farris, from O’Fallon Christian Church, on July 29; local evangelist Dan Sites on September 30, and Christian Campus House, band and speaker, of Columbia on October 28.
“We hope the community will support these special programs by their attendance,” MCC minister Finley Price stated.
If you have any questions, you can contact Rod Allison at 573- 549-2408.