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Sunday, June 21, 2015

Fall/Winter, 2014 Highlights

Dixie Landers at Dinner in the Dark

MY 2014 fall schedule began with another Dinner In The Dark hosted by Dixie Land Guide Dog Users and Grace United Methodist Church, Charleston, SC. I am pictured here with my fellow Dixie Landers and their guides at this eye-opening event. I provided dinner music and served as emcee as guests from the greater Charleston area experienced eating a delicious spaghetti dinner without seeing it.

Laurel at Garrett UCC with Music Director Ramona Carlyle

Here I am with Music DIRECTOR Ramona Carlyle at ZION United Church of Christ, Garrett, IL. My heartfelt thanks to all who helped make possible my 2014 fall tour of music and ministry in Central and Southern Illinois and Missouri.

Laurel and James at Association Holiday Party

Back in Charleston, it was an honor and a privilege to provide dinner music on behalf of Dixie Land Guide Dog Users for the Holiday Party of the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired. The 2014 celebration was extra special for me as I was joined by James, my brother in Christ and one of my all-time favorite percussionists.

God's gift of music allows me to bless and be blessed in so many ways, and I thank God for that gift every day. God bless you, and keep His Song in your heart.

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God has blessed me with a Music Ministry that is still ongoing and growing after twenty-plus years. This includes my outreach promoting Braille Literacy in the Christian venue, and my recently-founded Children's Chaplaincy for blind youth. To make things a bit more interesting, I have also been blind since birth. I consider my blindness to be a unique gift from God, an opportunity to serve as an ambassador among blind and sighted folks of all ages, on all walks of life. To learn more about my work, from South Carolina to Central Illinois and beyond, please visit my Web site, and be sure to stay tuned to my Blog!