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March 2014 News

A family affair at free Steve Grace concert

  • Written by  HumeRidge
Steve Grace performs with Skypilot, featuring his son Jordan, at HumeRidge Church of Christ. Photo: Provided

HumeRidge Church of Christ was filled with expectation on Sunday February 9 as people of all ages turned up from far and wide to hear veteran Christian artist Steve Grace and acoustic rock band Skypilot in a free gospel concert.

The aroma of BBQ snags in the foyer and café filled the air as hundreds arrived early for a sausage sizzle organised by HumeRidge Youth, setting the scene for an amazing night.

In all, over 800 people gathered together for the concert.

Steve’s ministry in song and word was both encouraging and challenging.

He sang about his years growing up in Papua New Guinea, honouring his missionary parents, and shared ballads from his decades of ministry through the Australian outback and among remote indigenous communities.

His songs, such as Long Road to Glory and Faith Hope & Love clearly presented the Christian message, and Christ was honoured throughout the performance.

It was the first real opportunity for Skypilot, featuring Steve’s son Jordan, to share their songs with a Toowoomba crowd and they were very well received.

People loved their tight harmonies, catchy tunes, brilliant guitar work and energetic performance.

CDs for both Steve Grace and Skypilot were in much demand after the concert.

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