When: Tuesday August 23 @ 5:30 and 8 PM
Where: Covenant Baptist Church, 4521 Liberty Highway Anderson SC
Adults: $10 in advance and $12 at the door
Kids: 4-12 years: $5 in advance and $7 at the door
Event begins at 5:30 & 8PM. Doors open 30 minutes in advance. Dress is summer casual. Bermuda shorts and t-shirts will fell right at home. A nursery will be provided for ages 3 and younger.
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Scott Davis received Christ at the age of sixteen on July 10, 1979. He is a graduate of
Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia where he attended on a full scholarship for
traveling with the Light Singers. While working toward his degree in cross-cultural
studies, Scott traveled across the U.S. and to ten foreign countries.
Scott’s ministry has continued in the U.S. and abroad since his graduation in 1984. He
has taken the gospel of Christ personally and via television to hundreds of thousands of
He has appeared on Mark Lowry’s videos and has written comedy for Mark while under
contract with Word Records. For a year, Scott appeared weekly on the national
television show, “The Mark & Kathy Show,” with Mark Lowry and Kathy Troccoli. Along
with his weekly appearances, he has been a guest on numerous religious and secular
radio and television broadcasts, including an appearance with comedian Dennis
Swanberg on “Swan’s Place.”
Today, Scott conducts “GET REAL” national conferences with the nations top speakers
and musicians. He also presents music and comedy concert events called “Hope
Through Hilarity,” which are extremely conducive to inviting the lost and unchurched.
Among others, the ministry of Scott Davis is recommended by Dr. Charles Stanley, Mike
Tait of dcTalk, Mark Hall of Casting Crowns, comedian Mark Lowry, and Phil Newberry
of Bellevue Church in Memphis.