Lifelight and Last Hope Music will present its Shine a Light Tour at Calvary Church in Milbank Sunday, April 3, at 7 p.m. with performances by Adam Cappa, Ginny Owens, and Shawn McDonald, along with guest speaker Josh Brewer.
“This is my tenth year of helping to bring Lifelight concerts to the Milbank community and each one is exciting,” stated Tom Jensen. “This concert will be no exception. The lineup of artists and Josh Brewer is amazing. Lifelight is a wonderful ministry which is able to bring the top artists in Christian music to our community with the sole purpose of delivering the message of the Lord to those in need.”
Jensen, along with Daryl Liebe, has been instrumental in bringing these concerts to Milbank since 2006. Prior to that, Steve Mach worked with ACTION Ministries and started making Milbank known for its Christian concerts. ACTION Ministries stands for All Churches Together In One Name. Lifelight has taken over that mission.
LifeLight is a non-profit ministry reaching and rescuing people for Christ locally, regionally, nationally, and globally through music and other relevant means. Alan & Vicki Greene are the founders of LifeLight Communications, Inc. with its ministry based in Sioux Falls.
Josh Brewer is the vice president of Outreach, which is one of the three areas of Lifelight’s ministries. His passion is to see the nation transformed by the salvation of Christ. He and his wife, Rachelle, work together in the ministry and enjoy spending time at their home in Sioux Falls with their three daughters.
Adam Cappa is a singer and songwriter from Indiana who brings an added depth and youthfulness to the industry. He released his first album in 2012.and has also toured with his mentor Jeremy Camp. His style includes pop and radio-friendly arrangements.
Ginny Owens became a household name as Gospel Music Association’s New Artist of the Year for 2000. She is a three-time Dove award singer and songwriter and has sold over a million records during the course of her career.
Shawn McDonald was raised by his grandparents. After a rebellious childhood, McDonald found God and also started writing songs that combined his faith with elements of contemporary pop/rock. This led to a contract with Sparrow Records and a string of album releases.
Tickets for the event are $5 in advance or $10 at the door the day of the event.