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Greater Vision of Gaither Video Series featured at Olivet’s Prime Time Day 2013

Posted: Sep 02, 2013

At Prime Time Day 2013, spend an autumn day on Olivet’s campus and enjoy a variety of activities planned especially for those who are taking life a little easier. This event will take place on Tuesday, September 24, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., in Chalfant Hall.

Outstanding music and inspiring messages, with laughter generously sprinkled in, are the order of the day. The program includes music by Greater Vision of the Gaither Video Series, messages from Dr. Gary Sivewright, ventriloquist Geraldine with Little Ricky, and special music from Olivet’s student musical groups.

Greater Vision — the most awarded trio in the history of Gospel music — will highlight the day’s program. Since organizing in 1990, the blending of three unique and versatile vocalists has resulted in versatile vocals and rich harmony. Gerald Wolfe, the group’s founder and emcee, sings the lead. Prolific songwriters Rodney Griffin, baritone, and Chris Allman, tenor, round out the group.

Singing News Magazine and the Southern Gospel Music Association have named Greater Vision as Gospel Music’s Favorite Trio. They have also received numerous honors for Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Video of the Year and Artist of the Year. Additionally, Rodney Griffin has been named Songwriter of the Year every year since 1998, as well as Favorite Baritone. Gerald Wolfe has been named Favorite Male Vocalist seven times.

Every day of the year, Greater Vision is heard by thousands of radio listeners, both on traditional Christian stations and via Internet radio. They are also seen regularly on the “In Touch” television program, hosted by Dr. Charles Stanley, and have also been featured on the Gaither Gospel Series.

Dr. Gary Sivewright has served as pastor of The Shepherd’s House, Howard, Ohio, since 2008. The former chaplain of Mount Vernon Nazarene University, he was also as a professor of Christian education there.

Before serving at MVNU, he was director of Nazarene Youth International Ministries in Kansas City, Mo. While there, he was also as a curriculum editor, a program director, and editor of two award-winning magazines, Teens Today and Bread.

He has authored seven books, including Nazarene Youth Goes International: Adults and Youth Making a Difference Around the World. He currently travels with Family Face to Face, an interactive communication ministry for families in the church, and is a national presenter for HomeWord Parent Seminars.

Cost is $23 per person, which includes the entire day of programming, lunch and a special gift.

To register or for more information, click here or call 815-928-5791.