The upcoming National Seniors Gathering hosted by MB Foundation is scheduled for October 2-4, 2015 in Overland Park, KS and will feature exciting entertainment that will encourage attendees to come together to celebrate life and more specifically, celebrate their story.
Celebrate 2015 will kick off on Friday evening with Dr. Don Argue as the guest speaker and The Ball Brothers as the musical guests.
Dr. Argue formerly served as Chancellor and president of Northwest University and is past president of National Association of Evangelicals. Dr. Argue has served on numerous national boards and committees, including the President’s Advisory Committee on International Religious Freedom. He currently serves as Ambassador-At-Large for Convoy of Hope. Dr. Argue is known as a Christian statesman, visionary leader and able communicator.
The Ball Brothers are two brothers, Andrew and Daniel Ball along with brother-in-law Chad McCloskey and life-long friend, Andy Tharp who are known for “Music that Spans the Generations.” They offer a distinct brand of Christian music through a musical balance between the old and the new. You can expect to hear a mix of musical styles, blended together by tight, four-part harmony as they spread the message of the Gospel and encourage believers. Learn more at www.theballbrothers.com.
The excitement will continue on Saturday evening with one of today’s most sought after comedians, Kenn Kington. Kington has been performing for over 25 years. He has appeared on Comedy Central, is one of the most popular comedians on satellite radio and is selling out comedy shows nationwide. Kington connects his talent for story-telling with his faith and his passion to encourage people by speaking from his heart and life. Learn more at www.kennkington.com.
Come and Join the Excitement! You will not want to miss the opportunity to gather together and experience great music, inspiration, and fellowship. Contact MB Foundation at 800.551.1547 or email Danielle Bartel at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.