Baronis will speak May 4-5 at Glad Tidings Church
David and Rita Baroni will speak at Glad Tidings Church on Saturday and Sunday, May 4-5. Everyone is welcome.
Rita will speak at a women’s meeting on that Saturday, starting at 8 a.m. with registration and ending at noon with a potluck luncheon.
Rita Baroni has been involved in international ministry for over 20 years. In addition to singing, she is a gifted teacher of the word, using her real-life stories “to communicate the heart of God for His people,” said a church spokesman.
She is a model for the Wilhelmina-Dan Agency, and the mother of three daughters. Her story of healing from a painful childhood reinforces in poignant and humorous ways God’s faithfulness and nearness. Rita’s desire is to bring hope, healing and deliverance to God’s children. Her vision is to “love well,” laugh much, and enjoy the journey.”
On Sunday, David Baroni will be the guest speaker at Glad Tidings Church. Service times are 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. David Baroni is an internationally known songwriter, singer, musician, producer, arranger, conference speaker, recording artist and worship leader. He has been a songwriter with Integrity Music, and is the president of Kingdom Songs Inc.
The Baronis have ministered in 27 nations and 49 states. His songs have been recorded by Michael W. Smith, R. Alvin Slaughter, Kent Henry, Don Moen, Selah, Morris Chapman, Phil Driscoll, Debby Boone, The Imperials, Morris Chapman, Natalie Grant and many others. His latest releases are “Sound of Heaven,” “Father’s Heart” and “A Quiet Place: Hymns and Worship Instrumentals.” If you would like more information, please visit the website, www.gladtidingshilo.org.
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