Join us for the next show on Oct. 25th 8pm !
Mo Jones & Threefold Mercy
ThreeFold Mercy is a collaboration between long-time friends, musicians and songwriters, Michael “Mo” Jones (Liquid Eclipse), and Detroit Music Award winner, Amy Susan Heard. Both uniquely gifted and respected solo artists, this is the first time these two musical powerhouses have worked together on a project of such spiritual significance. The name, Threefold Mercy, is derived from Ephesians 2:4-5, “But because of his great LOVE for us, God, who is rich in MERCY, made us alive with Christ…it is by GRACE you have been saved.” Their debut album, “My Hope Is In You,” is an eclectic fusion of Rock, Funk, Jazz and Blues, the result of melding together four very diverse and gifted musicians. The tight rhythm section and fluid solos of Kevan McDaniels(drums), Michael “Mo” Jones (bass), and Greg Vella (lead guitar), along with the captivating vocals of Amy Susan Heard,will leave you breathless and wanting more. As you listen to the message of Threefold Mercy’s music, God’s promised hope of restoration and harmony resonates through poignant songs like “Hear Me,” “You Are I Am” and “Long Time.” The simple and timeless message of the Gospel comes alive, leaving a permanent impression on your heart, and inspires you to share the love and forgiveness of Christ.
Dr. Michele White
Dr. Michele White offers deeply helpful insights on dozens of "raising Christian children" principles that are supported by Scripture – and she does so in a highly-engaging manner that resonates with those who are raising children or grandchildren. Parenting is not easy. We all strive to be the best parents that we can. When babies are born, they do not come with an instruction manual. We are left to figure out the best we can how to raise children with a purpose. The best success stories are birthed from strong faith. Once you stop fighting God and submit to His will and authority, raising Christian children becomes easier. At this month’s show, Dr. White will share information on this topic and discuss her new book – Against The Grain: Raising Christ-Focused Children from A-Z.
Take the vocal and melodic sound of Seal; add a little funk; guitar work like Toto; bundled with a spiritual focus; and you have - Rufus Harris. Since the mid-70s, this Metro Detroit native has been writing and performing music. His cleverly crafted songs illustrates Rufus’ creativity and varied musical influences. His upbringing in Alaska exposed him to all types of musical artists ranging from Sly and the Family Stone to the Beatles. For years he was the principle singer and songwriter in a band call Jubal. They performed throughout the Midwest and East coast sharing their unique sound from the 70s thru the early 90s. During his time with Jubal, Rufus was one of the most requested recording engineers in Detroit. George Clinton, Earl Klugh, The Four Tops, Marvin and BeBe Winans, and The Commodores, are among the celebrated national recording artists with whom he has worked.