Nashville Area Churches Invited to Special Celebration


NASHVILLE, TN—The 2,500-mile Go10 Walk for the World event will pause at Free Will Baptist Bible College on Saturday afternoon, June 19 for and a cookout with music on the front lawn, followed by a special drama and musical presentation honoring pioneer missionary Laura Belle Barnard, according to President Matt Pinson. Area churches and friends are invited to join the college family for the summer celebration as the Go10 walkers continue their April 5-July 20 trek of five million steps with a stop in Music City, USA.

The Saturday afternoon casual get-together begins at approximately 3:00 p.m. in front of Davidson Hall (3600 block of Richland Avenue). FWBBC faculty and staff will host a cookout on the front lawn for all comers.The celebration moves inside Memorial Auditorium at approximately 4:00 p.m. for a brief program that includes a specially-written song honoring the life and legacy of Miss Laura Belle Barnard, a Georgia native who launched the modern international missions movement among Free Will Baptists and taught Missions at FWBBC.