FAITH FOCUS CHRISTIAN CONCERT
AUSTIN--Christian recording artist Angela Kelly will perform a concert at 7 p.m. Oct. 24 at Austin Church of Christ.
Kelly will perform original songs in styles ranging from medium and soft rock to blues and jazz. There will also be a short time of worship.
A free-will offering will be accepted. Austin Church of Christ is located at 103 2nd St. S.W.
LAKE CITY-- Rivers of Living Water Christian Center will be hosting a conference for women Oct. 22 and 23.
This conference's theme, "Adorning the Bride of Christ," is taken from Revelation. Guest speakers addressing spiritual matters will be Rev. Ilene Blanche, Mary Ann Marlow and Rev. Tom Stamman. Each person attending will receive personal prayer. An eight member band, Word of Life from St. Paul, will open the event on Friday evening. The event will conclude late Saturday afternoon with a praise and worship.
Cost is $20.00 including a Saturday luncheon. To register call (507) 345-5111, send e-mail to email@example.com or go to the Christian Center at 117 S. Washington St. in Lake City.
KASSON--The Froiland Family, a gospel bluegrass group, will perform a concert at 7 p.m. Oct. 24 at First Baptist Church.
In addition to bluegrass music the show also includes "Gospel magic," musical cow bells and a performance on a musical saw.
Call (507) 634-7888 for more information. The church is located at 304 4th St. N.W.
"Eating Healthy through the Holidays," a health and nutrition seminar, will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Oct. 19, 26 and Nov. 4 at Rochester Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Each seminar includes a healthy holiday meal, nutrition lecture, and cooking demonstrations on how to make great tasting holiday meals and snacks.
There is no charge to attend. Event and registration information can be found at www.RochesterSDA.org, or by calling Karla Meyer at 367-2653.
Rochester Seventh-day Adventist Church is located at 1100 37th St. N.W.
MUSLIMS START TALK RADIO SHOW
CHICAGO -- Some Chicago-area Muslims have launched their own talk radio program, deciding it will be the best way to break down stereotypes about their faith.
"Whenever I hear the word 'Muslims' in the news it is always followed by something negative, a car bombing in Iraq..." said Jenan Diab, the producer of "Radio Islam," which debuted last Friday on WCEV-AM (1450). "We want something positive for Muslims, we want to encourage them, we want to show non-Muslims something positive."
The daily, hour-long call-in show, which is broadcast in English, will feature several Muslim-American hosts, including educators, physicians, religious leaders and attorneys and both Muslim and non-Muslim guests.