|DATE(S): April 07, 2017 - April 09, 2017|
|CONTACT PERSON: Sagemont Church|
|LOCATION: Clear Creek I.S.D. Challenger-Columbia Stadium, 1955 W. Nasa Blvd. Webster, TX|
Friday, April 7 • 7:00 pm
Tony Nolan has been called a reaper of souls, harvest evangelist. He is also called authentic and down to earth; animated, funny, real. Most of all, he has been called by God to preach the Gospel across the country. His love for Jesus fuels his pursuit of those, who are far from God; and his greatest joy comes from pouring into people, who desperately need hope.
Ushering in a new era of multicultural worship, Nic Gonzales (Salvador) and Jaci Velasquez are Nic+Jaci. Called into lives of music, this husband-wife duo teams up for the first time ever, merging their ministries to continue to advance the kingdom of God. Nic and Jaci wed in 2006, and continued their separate music careers. Now, finding the balance between marriage, parenting, songwriting, and radio co-hosting, the couple has found God pulling them together musically forthe impact of His ministry and the advancement of His kingdom. Nic+Jaci is a multicultural worship experience anchored in ministry and wholly devoted to the glory of the King.
Saturday, April 8 • 7:00 pm
Scott Camp has a unique blend of life experiences that give him a powerful relevant ministry to reach the unreachable with the message of Christ. He was the product of a teenage pregnancy, alcoholism, and a broken home. His own drug and alcohol abuse led to a felony charge and he was arrested while in high school. It was there that Scott committed his life to following Christ and shortly thereafter was called to preach. Scott now travels throughout the U.S. and West Africa preaching at churches, city-wide crusades, and conferences.
Through their songs and their high energy live shows, GRAMMY-nominated Building 429 is a band that has been touted throughout their 15-year career as ”authentic and amazing – uplifting and unforgettable,” along with being ”truly focused on bringing glory to God.”
Josh Wilson was born in Arkansas, raised in Texas, and is now living in Tennessee. He is a pastor’s kid with a passion for songwriting and guitar playing, and is constantly trying to figure out how to best use the gifts God has given him to serve Him and others.
Sunday, April 9 • 7:00 pm
In 1986, Rick Gage walked away from a promising career coaching football and surrendered his life to full-time evangelistic ministry. A few years later, he became the founder of GO TELL Crusades, Inc. He has been conducting evangelistic events around the world and has seen tens of thousands make commitments to the Lord Jesus Christ. Like Billy Graham, he preaches the same Gospel, offers the same invitation to would-be believers, and sees multitudes walk toward the platform to accept Christ.
It’s no secret Charles Billingsley is one of Christian music’s most captivating Inspirational voices, but for this singer, worship leader, husband, father and teacher—to name but a few of his leading roles—it’s what’s behind the music that has truly made the man. Launching his career more than two decades ago fronting GRAMMY®- nominated genre giants NewSong, Charles has since headlined more than 3,000 concerts and released 24 recordings as a solo artist. Also a sought-after worship leader who oversees the music ministry at Lynchburg, Virginia’s 24,000- member Thomas Road Baptist Church, he is an artist-in-residence and instructor at the nation’s largest Christian college, Liberty University, and he regularly appears at such popular events as Women of Joy, Gridiron Men and Celebrators, among numerous others.
Andy Pettitte is a retired Major League Baseball starting pitcher. The three-time All-Star spent 13 seasons with the New York Yankees, winning five World Series Championships. He also spent three seasons with the Houston Astros.
Lance Berkman is a retired Major League Baseball player. The six-time All-Star spent 14 seasons with the MLB (Houston Astros, New York Yankees, St. Louis Cardinals & Texas Rangers). He won a World Series championship and the National League Comeback Player of the Year Award with the Cardinals in 2011.