“Shout It Out Live It Out” is proud to bring to Columbia “Gospel Explosion 2011”. More than a gospel concert, “Gospel Explosion 2011” will be a praise and worship event to remember.
Hosted by Valerie Hodge Lane, Motivational Inspirational Speaker and Joe Johnson, Publisher of “A Christian View Magazine”. This evening promises to be a high flying celebration, filled with the best in praise and worship from this area. “Gospel Explosion 2011” will blend the best in praise and worship and will include traditional gospel music along with contemporary gospel, praise dance, poetry and mime and so much more. We are proud to take a stand against the negativity in our communities and we hope that you’ll join us in this event and share our praise.
“Gospel Explosion 2011” will be held on Saturday, June 25, 2011 at Inner Courts Global OutReach, 25 Bluebird Trail, Irmo, SC and will begin at 7:00pm and the doors will open at 6:00pm. Tickets for this event will be $10 in advance and $15 at the door.
A portion of this years proceeds from the “Gospel Explosion 2011” will benefit the South Carolina HIV AIDS Council under the directorship of Dr. Bambi W. Gaddist. The South Carolina HIV AIDS Council (SCHAC), created in 1994, SCHAC is a 501 C3, tax exempt, non-profit organization. The South Carolina HIV AIDS Council’s mission is founded on the ideology that local communities must create local solution to local problems. SCHAC’s commitment to HIV/STIs, minority populations, and advocacy is supported by accolades received from peers and the community at large. SCHAC continues its mission of successfully impacting communities throughout the state due to connection they have fostered in the community. It’s goal is always one of creating a presence in local communities through the establishment of positive partnerships with gatekeepers coming from all levels (e.g. HIV/AIDS/STI service providers, community gatekeepers, business leaders, and individuals within the target population). It is only through the efforts of collaboration that we will be able to save the next generation and our communities.