Getting back to God: Conference to include music, marriage talks, more on April 25, 26
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Dan and Dr. Brenda Robinson will lead a Bible study and marriage enrichment seminar at the ‘God Who?’ conference on April 25 and 26 at First Baptist Church Canton.<br>Special to the Cherokee Tribune
Dan and Dr. Brenda Robinson will lead a Bible study and marriage enrichment seminar at the ‘God Who?’ conference on April 25 and 26 at First Baptist Church Canton.
Special to the Cherokee Tribune
Christians looking for answers in today’s world will have the chance to find what they are looking for at a two-day conference April 25 and 26.

The “God Who? Concert and Conference” is being presented by Glorybound Ministries at First Baptist Church Canton with a full slate of ministers and musicians leading the sessions.

The conference will examine the question of “Who is God in America?” said Glorybound leader Robert Reece.

“We feel that we are an upside down nation. We need to get back to God. God placed on my heart to do an event that would cause people to realize that we cannot continue in the direction that we are going,” Reece said.

Reece said he hopes enough people will come out and earnestly pray for the nation.

“Our government and legal system is taking away some of the most precious gifts and rights we as Christians have and are making laws that actually go against everything the Bible teaches. Our children and grandchildren are the ones that will be most affected by what is going on today,” Reece said. “Anyone who listens, reads or watches the news already knows that we are in trouble.”

The conference features some of Southern Gospel’s best performers and well-known local ministers including Dr. Johnny Hunt, Dr. George Anderson and Dr. Jerry Goff, Reece said.

The event will begin April 25 at 6 p.m. with Goff preaching and Archie Watts and the Smoky Mountain Reunion, Jerry and Jan Goff and Glorybound providing the music.

The April 26 event at 4:30 p.m. will be led by Hunt and Ben Speer, New Desire, The Nelons, Old Paths Quartet and Glorybound will perform.

“We also have break-out sessions starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday with a ladies Bible study led by Dr. Brenda Robinson,” Reece said.

Robinson will lead a marriage enrichment session at 2 p.m. and a church sound and technical training will start at 2 p.m. as well for those interested.

At 3 p.m., Anderson will present a Bible study on “Who God is in America.”

Also at 3 p.m. there will be a session on worship leader training by Aaron and Malia Hodges.

“We feel people who will not go to church might come to an event like this and then we can share God’s word in song and from his word,” Reece said. “There are many things available, many choices. You can come to just one of the concerts or both, any or all of the break-outs and any one of the preaching sessions.”

Tickets for one night are $20 and for two nights are $35, and any ticket also admits participants to the daytime sessions on Saturday.

Tickets can be ordered online or by calling (770) 345-0920. For more information visit

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