Veritas, combined choirs, soloists lead messengers in ‘adoration, praise’

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Melodic strains and soaring notes sought to remind participants of their need to ask God to “A — Accept our adoration and praise” at the Alabama Baptist State Convention annual meeting Nov. 17–18 at Eastern Shore Baptist Church, Daphne. The various musical interpretations took the place of the traditional sermon interpretation that marked the other three letters of the convention theme “PRAY,” an acrostic.

Contemporary classical vocal group Veritas provided special music during the evening session Nov. 17, which was a homecoming of sorts as 4 of the 5 group members are alumni of the University of Mobile (UMobile).

Veritas tenor Jeff Anderson struck a chord on a personal level when he shared about a hard-learned lesson. When he lost his voice for seven months, Anderson never thought he’d be able to sing again. (continued…)

– Read the full story from The Alabama Baptist Newspaper at: http://www.thealabamabaptist.org/print-edition-article-detail.php?id_art=35033#sthash.6pVIITdd.dpuf

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