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PURPOSE Youth Gospel Group to hold CD Release Celebration and Concert

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Purpose Youth Gospel Group will be live in concert for a CD Release Concert Celebration of their new Album “Yes We Can, Yes We Will.” The concert will be held on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at the Brookland Baptist Health and Wellness Center, located at 1050 Sunset Boulevard in West Columbia, SC at 5:00 p.m. Come here the powerful positive message provided by a group of teens just wanting to make a difference in the lives of their peers and the world. Other youth groups will also perform.

The Purpose Youth gospel group was founded by Rev. Frank V. James, a native of Kingstree, SC. The group consist of six teens from Orangeburg, SC: Madison Bell, Kenderius Pauling, Miracle Lee, Makayla Johnson, Jermaine Holmes and Aliyah Busby.

Madison Bell, who has been singing since the age of three, says “I pray this song puts faith and strength in each one of you.”

Kenderius Pauling said, “I believe that the song will inspire my peers to trust in God.”

Miracle Lee Miracle's song is “We Can Make It If We Try.” Miracle says, “My song means so much to me and I pray it influences my peers to always look above when thing get tough.”

Makayla Johnson is featured on “I Worship You.” Her life motto is “Treat everyone the way you want to be treated.” Makayla said “being part of Purpose has been such a blessing.”

Jermaine Da'jon Holmes is a co-lead singer on “I'm Trusting in God.” He said, “I feel that these songs will allow us to minister to everyone, letting others know that it is cool to praise God.”

Aliyah Busby is also featured on “I'm Trusting in God.” “I pray this inspires this generation to know that God is there for You!” she said.

Purpose Youth Gospel Group songs can be heard locally on 95.3 FM.

Tickets for the concert are available online at www.carolinaboxoffice.com. For additional information, contact Rev. Frank V. James at (803) 447-7232.

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