Smyrna, Tennessee (July 6 2016) June was an event filled month for Goodman Revival. Early in the month on June 7th, the Southern Gospel Music Guild held their annual production at TBN. This year they were honoring Les Beasley, founder of the highly successful “Singing Jubilee” television program of the 1960s. The Harmony Honors is an annual program put on by the Southern Gospel Music Guild honoring past and present successes in the Southern Gospel genre.
Just five days later, on June 12th this exciting group was featured on the 36th Annual Sunday Morning Country at the Grand Ole Opry which is held every year at the end of CMA Week. While using many Country artists who have a Christian influence, Goodman Revival fits into that group of Gospel artists who also comfortably fit into the Country market. Receiving a rousing response, Goodman Revival gained more than a few new fans with their performance.
Johnny Minick Ministries will be having his annual Camp Meeting which will start on July 24th and continue through July 27th . The series of meetings will be held at River Of Life on Sam Ridley Parkway in Smyrna, Tennessee. This spiritually charged event is always a packed house with hundreds of people blessed, saved and healed.
Johnny Minick commented, “Tanya, Michael, and I were so honored to be a part of two exciting programs so diverse in their causes. The Sunday Morning Country concert ministers to secular Country Music fans and artists, while the Harmony Honors pays tribute to Southern Gospel Music entities through the years.”