Best known for his song “While I’m Waiting” from the movie “Fireproof,” John Waller will perform a free concert, Sunday, Sept. 5, 5 p.m., in the Gospel Music Tent at the Fulton County Fair.
With former model Billie Blaire, Waller and more than 50 other individuals scheduled to perform, fairgoers are sure to have plenty of inspirational music to enjoy this year at the Music Ministries Tent.
“We are thrilled to welcome John Waller to the Fulton County Fair,” said Nancy Krieger, Fulton County Music Ministries (FCCMM) Board President.
“With nationally-recognized performers, a wide variety of local musicians and a larger venue, we are excited about all the 2010 Fair has to offer!”
Waller is a singer, songwriter and worship leader considered by many to be one of the best-kept secrets in the Christian music community. He has recently released his critically acclaimed debut album, “The Blessing,” and had an opening slot on Casting Crowns “The Altar and the Door Tour.”
Billboard Magazine proclaimed him to be one of their ten “Faces to Watch,” and Christianity Today said John could “well be the shot in the arm that Christian Adult Contemporary needs.”
Another highlight is the message to be shared by Blair. One of the top supermodels of the 80s, she will present the message Sunday morning at the Gospel Tent.
A former nursing student from Flint, Mich., and a retired runway model, Blair will bring an inspiring message of how God has worked in her life.
She will share how God has moved her from nursing and modeling into the life and desire to minister to a lost and dying world.
Presenting her message in word and song, she hopes to move the audience into a closer and more personal relationship with God.
Through the continued support of many local churches and other organizations, FCCMM continues to provide an outlet for sharing inspirational message and music to the thousands of people attending the fair.
Churches providing support for 2010 include Fayette United Methodist Church, First Baptist Church, North Clinton Mennonite Church, Pettisville Missionary Church, Tedrow Mennonite Church, West Franklin Church of Christ and Zion United Methodist Church.
Decide promptly, but never give your reasons. your decisions may be right, but your reasons are sure to be wrong.–Lord Mansfield