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Exclusive Scottish date for Christian artiste
Following his visit in 2009, world-class Christian singer/song-writer and author, Michael Card is making a return visit the Highland town of Nairn. This will be his third visit: the first was in 1997.
by Nairn Baptist Church
Michael Card is due to give a concert in the new Nairn Community Centre which will be Michael's third visit to Nairn. The first time he played there was in 1997. Many people who came to that concert still remember what a superb event and came back to hear him in 2009..
The concert is being hosted by Nairn Baptist Church. Howard Cockburn the church secretary says:
"This is a great opportunity for people around the Highlands to hear one of the biggest names in Christian music in the USA perform live in Scotland
Michael’s concerts are quite unique and combine music, worship and teaching. He is an incredible performer and a wonderful promoter of the Gospel.
The Michael Card Concert is scheduled for -
Friday, 18 March, 2011
Nairn Community Centre
Tickets cost £10 each and are available from:
Nairn Community Centre or
CLC bookshop in Inverness or
Andrew and Mairi Ross (Tel. 01667-453930).
In a career that spans 25 years, Michael Card has recorded over 23 albums, authored or co-authored over 19 books, hosted a radio program, and written for a wide range of magazines. While he has penned such favorites as "El Shaddai", "Love Crucified Arose", and "Emmanuel," he never imagined selling more than 4 million albums or writing over 19 #1 hits. The popularity of his work seemed a stark contrast to his goal in life, to simply, and quietly teach the Bible.
Although music provided him the opportunity to share insights gained through extensive research, writing songs alone limited what he felt called to share. Card would frequently agonize over having to condense the vast depth and richness of scripture into a three-minute song. And so he fell, quite naturally, into the field of book writing where he has garnered numerous awards.
Never one to compartmentalize his spiritual life, Card's quest for community slowly seeped into his professional life as he began to write articles and books on topics that captured his imagination through conversations with Bible teachers, friends and contemporaries in both Christian music and the academic community.
Nairn Baptist Church, 12/02/2011