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NASHVILLE, TN—Nearly 200 people gathered on the front lawn of Davidson Hall at Free Will Baptist Bible College Saturday afternoon, June 19, for a cookout and a live gospel bluegrass concert as FWBBC hosted a GO10 Walk for the World event. Sporting tennis shoes and bright T-shirts, GO10 walkers pushed through 93-degree temperatures marching the final mile of the day from Nashville’s Centennial Park to the tree-shaded FWBBC campus.
Following the hour-long cookout and fellowship time, everyone moved inside Memorial Auditorium at 4:00 p.m. for a rousing 50-minute program that included three standing ovations. GO10 project director Joe Wilson told attendees that the 2,500-mile march which started in Glennville, Georgia, in April had 1,000 miles to go, and that the event had already raised $365,000 for International Missions.