Marty Tharp Visits Church Of God Ballymena
Renowned US musician and evangelist Dr Marty Tharp visits Church of God Ballymena on Sunday 9th October 2016 to speak at Morning Worship. The service at their church on Fry’s Rd will commence at 11.30am.
Known and respected throughout the world, Marty has been in full-time ministry since 1960. Remarkably, he and his family have been actively involved in bringing musical ministry to the schools in the USA since 1969 and Northern Ireland since 1979.
Their free concerts in schools continue to be held in conjunction with their evangelistic crusades in churches in both countries.
Together, the Tharps have recorded countless albums including, ‘Joyful, Joyful’, ‘Living In The Favour Of God’ and ‘Talk About It.’
The simply unforgettable ‘I Love Jesus Better Than Ice Cream’ is a light-hearted song with an amazing message that has impacted young and not so young lives for decades.
In addition to his music ministry, Marty has also authored numerous books such as ‘A Bottle In The Smoke’, ‘Choices’ and ‘Divorce And Other Touchy Subjects.’
A noted academic, Dr Tharp also holds a BA, MA and no less than six doctorates.
For all of these reasons, the chance to hear him speak in person is an opportunity not to be missed.
US musician and evangelist Marty Tharp visits Church of God Ballymena on Sunday 9th October. He will be speaking at their morning worship starting at 11.30am.
Pastor Tom Bell from the Church of God in Ballymena said: “Marty Tharp is a regular visitor to our fellowship. He comes every year and blesses people through his ministry. We look forward to welcoming him again. To my knowledge ours is the only Church in Ballymena he will be in during this visit to the UK.”
Learn more about the Tharps and their ministry, go to their website here.
For more information on what’s happening at the Church of God in Ballymena click here.
• Members of the Church of God, Ballymena would like to thank the public for supporting their recent Coffee Morning, held in support of MacMillan Cancer Care. To date £250 has be raised with more expected to come in over the weekend.