Tickets are available for the 7th annual Senior Adult Banquet on Tuesday, June 25 at 6 p.m. in Seabrook Hall featuring guest worship leader Don Moen. This year’s theme is God Will Make a Way

Ask Don Moen what he does, and the answer might surprise you: “… an architect who designs products and events that help people experience God’s presence in a new and fresh way.” In more than three decades of ministry, he’s had many opportunities to fulfill that purpose.

You’ll have an opportunity to experience God’s presence as Moen shares in both prose and music at the Senior Adult Banquet.

Moen grew up in Minnesota before attending Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. There, his musical gifts caught the eye of Terry Law, who asked Moen to join his worship team, Living Sound, which ministered in communist countries throughout Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. For 10 years, Moen saw first-hand the power of praise and worship to open closed doors and hearts.

In 1984, Integrity Music asked him to lead worship on one of the first Hosanna! Music albums, Give Thanks. The project became one of Integrity’s most popular recordings ever and a benchmark for the genre, achieving gold certification status and now nearing platinum certification.

Moen eventually joined the staff of Integrity and served as president of Integrity Music and executive vice-president/creative director for Integrity Media.

In 2002, his peers recognized his commitment to creating musical recordings that lead people into an honest and intimate relationship with the Lord by presenting him with the Ray DeVries Church Ministry Award. He has also received a Dove Award for his work on the musical God with Us and has received multiple Dove Award nominations for his songs, CDs and choral resources.

Moen’s concerts and seminars have taken him throughout the United States as well as to Ghana, South Africa, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, Guatemala, Honduras and elsewhere.

Today, Moen is president of Don Moen Productions in Nashville, where he resides with his wife Laura and five children.

Tickets are $20 per person. No formal registration cards will be mailed this year, but there are three ways to register:

*online
*pick up and complete a registration form at the Seabrook Hall Welcome Center
*mail completed form/payment to the Senior Adult Ministry at Christ Church

The deadline is Sunday, June 16. Questions? Contact Libby Shackelford, (901) 683-6887.

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