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The Quad City Gospel Fest presents 'Triumph through Redeeming Love'


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Posted Online: Dec. 07, 2012, 9:55 am
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The Rose of Gospel...

Three Time Grammy Award Winner...

One of the most gifted vocalists in the music world today...

The Quad City Gospel Fest presents...
"Triumph through Redeeming Love"

Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole of Detroit, Michigan will be LIVE in the Quad City area on Monday, December 10, 2012 at 7 p.m.

The second from the youngest, Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole began singing at an early age with her sisters Karen, Twinkie, Jackie and Denise. Later known as the Clark Sisters, Clark-Cole who is referred to as the "jazzy sister" of the group helped develop what is known as "The Clark Sound." She attributes her fiery, convicting singing style to her mother, Dr. Mattie Moss-Clark, who saw the gift of singing and preaching in her at an early age. Recording artist, evangelist, instructor, wife, mother, television host and entrepreneur, this Woman of God does it all!

As you prepare for this Christmas, come help us celebrate the REAL reason for this holiday season! Let the sounds of Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole, local artists and musicians, warm your hearts and soul as we spread the love of Jesus Christ.

Join us on Monday, December 10, 2012 at 1st Assembly of God, 1811 18th Street, Bettendorf, Iowa.
Doors Open at 6 p.m.; Service begins at 7 p.m.

There is NO fee for this event; Free Will Offering will be received.

Also please bring non-perishable items or unwrapped toys to be distributed to local food pantries and shelters.

For more information: quadcitygospelfest@yahoo.com or Contact Susan Parker at (563) 210-3487





















 



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