March 28, 2018 – Bishop Marvin Sapp will hold a free concert this Sunday, April 1st, at 3 p.m. The concert commemorates the one year anniversary of the location that Sapp affectionately calls “Lighthouse Lakeshore”, and it promises to be an unforgettable afternoon of praise and worship.
“This is a way for us to celebrate Easter Sunday as well as the one year anniversary of this location. It has been an exciting 12 months at Lighthouse Lakeshore, and I am looking forward to many more. This Sunday, as we look forward to what is to come, we will mark what has already transpired with a lively afternoon of music and fellowship,” says Sapp.
The renowned Gospel singer also just brought home Stellar Gospel Music Awards for Traditional Male Vocalist of the Year and Traditional CD of the Year for his latest release album release Close. He will appear in the telecast introducing a magnificent tribute to the late Edwin Hawkins. The Stellar Gospel Music Awards will premiere on TV ONE this Friday, March 30th at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT, and in broadcast syndication on 130 stations in more than 110 markets around the country between March 31st and May 6th.
Marvin Sapp’s free concert starts at 3 p.m. this Sunday at Lighthouse Full Life Center Muskegon, located at 1292 Jefferson Street.
Bishop Marvin Sapp is the senior pastor of Lighthouse Full Life Center, with locations in Grand Rapids and Muskegon, Michigan. Additionally, he is Metropolitan Bishop within the Global United Fellowship, under the leadership of Presiding Bishop Neil C. Ellis. Marvin Sapp is also an internationally recognized recording artist with multiple Grammy and Billboard Award nominations, two BET Awards and 24 Stellar Gospel Music Awards. He is one of the most beloved voices in Gospel music but, in his words, he is simply “a preacher who happens to sing.”
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