THE CREEKSIDE DIARIES, Volume Four. Wednesday, October 31, 2018. By Kristen Stanton.
The third full day at Creekside began with a chapel service in the showcase hall led by Dr. Jerry Goff followed by a time of music with the ALQC Road Revival featuring several Creekside artists who also perform at the Alabama Quartet Convention.
Scott Washam from Day Three talked about the humble beginnings of their event. “We didn’t have two pennies to rub together but we stepped out in faith.”
Washam went on to explain how the Road Revival ended up with a show at Creekside. “One day I was talking to Vonda on the phone and she said, hey you should bring the Road Revival to Creekside. I thought she was joking but here we are.”
Several artists including Day Three, Living Faith, Gloryland, and Cami Shrock, performed for a packed house.
The evening concert included some first time artists from Indiana and Florida, showing just how far reaching the Creekside arms are extending.
The Gibbs Family, in their first trip, had the crowd on their feet in worship.
Eagle’s Wings, winner of three Diamond Awards, was one of the night’s featured groups. Always a crowd favorite, the group sang some of their hit songs.
The concert finished out with another riveting message from C.T. Townsend followed by the Browders who brought the house down.
Wednesday night at Creekside would not be complete without Midnight Prayer. The Chandlers led an intimate time of prayer and worship where over fifty had gathered believing they would leave this event different than they did when they walked in.
Creekside continues to change lives from night to night. We have one more day until the event wraps up.
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By Kristen Stanton