Monday, January 14, 2013
Southern Gospel On Mission With The Williamsons
The Williamsons, Oklahoma’s leading Southern Gospel group, will be part of a much larger team from across the U.S. taking the Gospel to this beautiful Central American country. The Williamsons will be singing and giving testimony during daily chapel services with the U.S. team and outreach evangelistic services in schools, street ministry and local Churches in the Messiah Nicaragua area.
Donnie Williamson, manager and Bartione singer said, "In 2011 we traveled to the Philippines as part of the World Mission team and saw many thousands of students and teachers receive Christ as their personal Savior."
The Williamsons are also part of The Gospel Station family and friends. More information about the Williamsons can be found at www.williamsonsmusic.com, http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Williamsons, or at www.thegospelstation.com.
About The Williamsons
The Williamsons began sharing the Gospel through music in 1998 as The Homesteaders Quartet. The dream of Donnie Williamson was to form a group to sing classic Gospel music on a limited basis. What he wanted to do never occurred. From the group's onset their demand was overwhelming. Soon they were performing more than 100 dates a year. For the past several years The Williamsons have been in full time Christian ministry and entertainment and have traveled across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Their music has been in national charts and were they honored to be nominated to the Gospel Music Association for a Dove Award.
Their high energy musical style appeals to people of all ages. The versatility of The Williamsons is evident through the wide variety of musical styles they perform. There is always something for everyone. The marketing of their performances targets families and not just fans of any particular type of music. Spending an evening with The Williamsons is sure to be one that will lift you up, bless you, and entertain you all at the same time. Their primary desire is to share the Gospel in such a way that those in attendance who do not know Jesus Christ will come to know him before the program is over.