Shelbyville Daily Union

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September 16, 2010

The Lesters in Concert at First Christian Church Sept. 19

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — Often called “St. Louis' First Family of Gospel Music,” The Lesters, from St. Louis, MO, have been sharing the Word through song for four generations.  With more than an 80 year history and numerous albums behind them, the group proudly brings the third and fourth generation to the stage for a sound that is 100%”Pure Lester.”

The Lesters take pride in their family heritage, but consider God's greater family as the real reason for their continued work.  As they prayerfully pass their legacy to future generations, The Lesters hope is to move others to a deeper level of spiritual commitment.

The Lesters ministry is dedicated to leading people to Jesus by sharing the joy of Christ through music and personal testimony.  Their music is lively and touches the heart.

The Lesters will be in Concert at First Christian Church, 202 South Broadway, on Sunday, September 19 at 6:00 p.m.  The community is invited to attend.  Please call 774-2667 for more information.

 

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