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April 18, 2013

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Corsicana — Calvary Worship Center and The Word Church invite you to a night of music and ministry with Christina Lee!!! The concert will be 6 p.m. Saturday April 20, at Calvary Worship Center. Come join in what will be an evening to remember, hear the awesome music that started it all, and share in the stories of God's miracle! Christina's love for music became obvious at an early age. Being raised in a Christian home she could be found in front of the stereo drinking in song after song from the pioneers of Christian music. She was born and raised in Fairfield to wonderful parents who pastor in her hometown. They taught her to honor God and devote her gift of music to Him. Piano lessons and singing in church were the norm as a child, and as she came into adulthood she began to write music as well. Christina moved to Nashville at the end of 2009 and has since produced her first album “Beyond Repair?” As a member of Calvary Worship Center for many years she is excited about coming "home" to share what God has done and desires you to join in with her as this incredible journey continues…



Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 3000 W. Hwy 22, invites the Corsicana/Navarro County community to join its guest speaker, Father Bill Garrott, O.P. for an amazing three-day mission titled “God, Are You On-Line?” Father “Bill” was born and raised in Hagerstown, Md. and is the youngest of eight children. After obtaining a B.S. in chemistry from Mount St. Mary’s university in Emmitsburg, Md. and working for two years in the field of technology transfer, Fr. Garrott entered the Order of Preachers in 1988. He was ordained a priest in 1994 and served in various ministries. In 1999, Fr. Garrott earned a Master’s degree in spiritual theology from the University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome. He served for eight years as spiritual director for vocations. Utilizing his keyboard and guitars, Fr. Garrott has preached over 50 musical parish retreats throughout the United States.

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