The Master's Men shared testimony at B&GH Christmas Open House

December 4, 2019

Lake Waccamaw, NC – Salvation was the focus of the musical selections by The Master’s Men during the 2019 Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina Christmas Open House held Dec. 1 in the Leamon Rogers Memorial Chapel.

“We are so grateful we were able to bring this powerful and transformative performance not only to our children, but to the entire community,” said B&GH President Gary Faircloth.

Among the performers was B&GH Board Chairman Ken Bland and his father Ken Bland, Sr.

“This was a wonderful opportunity to bring our music ministry to Boys and Girls Homes and Columbus County,” said Bland. “God has blessed our lives by using us to reach out and touch others through our music. It was a very special performance for all of us.”

Following the hour-long performance, The Master’s Men joined the audience for a reception in the fellowship hall.

About The Master’s Men

The Master’s Men is a male a cappella ensemble based out of the Triangle area with a goal to spread the message of God’s love in song. Founded by the late Rudy Partin, the group of 21 is currently directed by Robert Cox with assistance from Larry Triplett, a founding member of the group. The Master’s Men have performed for churches or other religious based gatherings in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee.

About Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina

Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina, Inc., has been helping children since 1954. Since then, more than 7,500 children have benefitted from the services of the not-for-profit, 501(c)3 agency. Its mission is to provide a comprehensive array of services for children and youth who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect or other family dysfunction. B&GH offers adoption, family and therapeutic foster care, free children’s therapy, as well as residential care on the campus at Lake Waccamaw. The campus features a SACS-accredited school with a middle and high school curriculum, vocational education, recreation facilities, farm, chapel and cottage life. As many as 320 vulnerable children are cared for through the residential, community-based services, and school program provided by B&GH at any given time. B&GH operates its program, services and activities in compliance with federal nondiscrimination laws. B&GH is nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation.

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