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Disaster Relief and Human Trafficking Event

The Free to Live Tour, a night of worship featuring The Desperation Band, will take place on Saturday, May 14 at 7 p.m. in Asbury Church’s Grace Worship Center.

This worship experience is intended to be a night of hope for our hurting community.  It will feature The Desperation Band, worship leader Meredith Andrews, and Children’s Hope Chest CEO Tom Davis.

The event is free for the community.  An offering will be received.  All money collected will be split between tornado recovery efforts in the valley and Children’s Hope Chest, an organization dedicated to helping orphans and those affected by human trafficking.
This will be a great night of worship and hope for our community. To learn more, visitfreetolivetour.com.

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