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October 8, 2010

Steve Green set to appear in Benefit Concert for Christian Opportunity Center Foundation

Pella — During his childhood in Argentina with missionary parents, Steve Green’s experience with music was simply a part of the weekly church services his father conducted. After returning to the states at age 18, he enrolled at Grand Canyon University. He intended to major in pre-law, but a professor recognized his musical talent and encouraged him to develop it.

In 1984, Steve released his first recording with Sparrow Records. He has had great success, garnering thirteen number-one radio songs, seven Dove awards, and four Grammy nominations.  He went on to establish Steve Green Ministries and celebrates 25 years of solo music ministry.

His latest release, “Always – Songs of Worship,” features a collection of well-known contemporary worship favorites as well as some new songs.

Thanks to a generous donor, this concert is being held as a benefit for the Christian Opportunity Center Foundation.  The Christian Opportunity Center (COC) has been providing services for persons with disabilities for over 40 years in the south central part of Iowa.  Currently, COC helps support nearly 300 people with disabilities by providing residential, vocational and spiritual services.  All ticket sales will benefit the COC Foundation.

Steve Green will be appearing in concert at Third Reformed Church on October 14 at 7 p.m.  Doors open at 6 p.m.  General admission tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door.  They are available at the area Christian Book Stores or they may be purchased by calling Diane at 641-628-1162.


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