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LifeLight Festival, Watford City, June 5

 

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On Saturday, June 5, from 1-10 p.m. at Rough Rider Center there will be a LifeLight Festival packed with entertainment, music, and gospel for the whole family to enjoy. LifeLight Festival is an annual free outdoor Christian music festival that has a mission to share the gospel with everyone who attends. 

The musical performances include Building 429, 7eventh Time Down, Cade Thompson, and Norden Pass. 

Zero Gravity Outreach and Champions Forever will be performing stunts to entertain the crowd. 

Zero Gravity Outreach is a shock and awe, adrenaline filled worship experience that involves freestyle motocross stunts. ZGO is an extreme missionary organization where the X Games, the Fast & Furious, digital rock concert, and Jesus all come together in one show.

Champions Forever is a family of 14 that provides a performance filled with unicycles and basketballs. This group were finalists on America's Got Talent and has been to over 35 countries, using their Spin-tacular Basketball Show to entertain and share a message of hope. According to http://www.championsforever.com, a member of the group, Bruce Crevier, is a "Four Time Guinness World Record Holder" for basketball spinning and has spun as many as 21 basketballs at the same time. 

Josh Brewer, Life LightCEO and Evangelist, along with five local pastors will be on stage throughout the event, sharing the gospel. 

Kelby Timmons, coordinator of the event, said, "I am excited that this event allows us to get the gospel out there for people to hear – it is important for people to know Christ. We hope you will bring your friends, family, and those people that you have been trying to share the gospel with for years to this event."

 

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