Family Radio Invites Everyone to “Sing Grace”

Because this may be the first Easter in our history when most of the world can’t celebrate the resurrection in church, Family Radio is inviting everyone to encourage singing of Amazing Grace “front porch style” this Easter Sunday morning. Family Radio selected 11am ET/10am CT as times for people to sing from the front of their homes and share the grace of Jesus on this unique Easter Sunday.  They will play Amazing Grace at that time to help everyone sing along.

Details:

Time: 11 am ET/ 10 am CT on Family Radio – Message the appropriate time for your station.
Song: “Amazing Grace”
Call to action:
              Radio Stations: Promote and broadcast “Amazing Grace” for your listeners to sing along
              Listeners: Gather your families and sing “Amazing Grace” from your front door or window
Social Media tag: #SingGrace

For more information contact Vance Dillard at vdillard@familyradio.org.

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