*It’s about to go down at the 62nd Gospel All Star Weekend with artists like Chris Broussard, Terry Cummings, Michael Redd, Isaac Carree, Byron Cage, Vickie Winans, Jason Nelson, Dwight Howard, Sr. and James Fortune. It’ going to be a blast at the first All-Star “2 Nights of Love & Inspiration” www.allstarinspiration.com.
Thursday, February 14, kicks off with a Fatherhood Summit moderated by ESPN Sports Analyst, Chris Broussard, followed by a Celebrity Basketball Game teaming up gospel artists and current and former basketball players. The event is free and open to the public.
Friday, February 15, James Fortune will host a Gospel Concert featuring the rising Jason Nelson, with Vickie Winans, Byron Cage and others. Tickets are on sale now.
All-Star “2 Nights of Love & Inspiration will be held at The Kingdom Builders’ Center located at 6011 West Orem, Houston, TX. Senior Pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell states, “We are honored that so many in the community will join us for this valuable event that will promote healthy father/son and daughter relationships. We look forward to co-hosting two memorable evenings of star-studded entertainment and spiritual enrichment for the entire family.”
Schedule of Events:
All Star “Two Nights of Love & Inspiration” Fatherhood Summit/Celebrity Basketball Game and Gospel Concert.
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