Paul Lancaster will be in concert at Apalachicola Assembly of God Churches this Sunday
Lancaster, who has been involved in full-time Christian music for more than 27 years, will be at First Assembly of God, 269 Brownsville Road, at 11 a.m. on Sunday morning, June 29; and at Living Waters Assembly of God, 1580 Bluff Rd., at 6 p.m. Sunday evening.
He has been a recognizable face on many of the Gaither Homecoming videos and concert tours as a member of such well-known artists as The Mullins, The Nelons, The Martins and most recently, Palmetto State. His combined experience with these groups has afforded him the opportunity to win two Dove awards as well as tour with other well-known artists and speakers such as Mark Lowry, Clay Cross, Jaci Velasquez, Josh McDowell and most recently, The Judds (Wynonna and Naomi).
He has also been seen filling in over the years with other well-known artists like Karen Peck and New River, The Booth Brothers, Three Bridges and several others.
“My greatest ambition is to connect with the people in front of me. When I'm singing lyrics about God's unmatched love and sacrifice, it makes me want to give everything I've got to make sure that the message is received and understood by the listener,” Lancaster said. “Frankly, there is no joy or fulfillment in singing anymore without knowing that fact."
His self- titled debut cd is a collection of some of his favorite songs that inspired him from his childhood to the present. It includes hymns such as "Great Is Thy Faithfulness,” "What A Friend We Have In Jesus," and a soulful rendition of "His Eye Is On The Sparrow.” Other favorites include "He Looked Beyond My Fault" penned by the late Dottie Rambo; Andre Crouch's "Soon And Very Soon," a souped-up arrangement of "I'll Fly Away" and several more.
Please don't miss the opportunity to see Paul Lancaster in concert. It will be an experience that you won't soon forget! For more information, call 653-8651.