As a writer, the spoken word is so very important to me, because when writers write, they speak the words from their heart, and when a writer speaks, their heart should always be heard.
Those hearts will be heard on Nov. 21, as ‘Gracious Spirit’, (the Chestnut Street Community Church Dance Ministry), holds their night of poetry, entitled, “The Potter’s House”.
Head of ‘Gracious Spirit’ Michelle Morgan-Randall put together this evening of words (and dance), to allow all in attendance to appreciate the Holy Spirit’s presence, that will take on many forms throughout the evening.
The night will be hosted by Steeve Saintvil, Emily Snow, and Billy Sainvil, and feature many unique performances by such artists as: Moses, Nine, Pastor Ruddy Daville, Jasahn Lucas, and yours truly (among many, many others).
The night will be held at Chestnut Street Community Church in Roselle (on the corner of Third and Chestnut), and tickets are just $10 (ages 6 and under are free).
All proceeds will go to benefit the Chestnut Street Community Church Dance team.
Come hear the voices from the ‘hands that hold the pen’, because words should be read, as if they were written, to be read.
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