(November 4, 2015)
Centenary student group plans 2nd annual Gospel Fest
SHREVEPORT, LA — Centenary College's My Brother, My Keeper (MBMK) all-male student organization will present its second annual "Something About Love" Gospel Fest on Sunday, November 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the Centenary Fitness Center. The event is free and open to the public.
"Preparing for this year's Gospel Fest is definitely one of the highlights of my senior year," says MarvKevea Campbell, President of MBMK. "To have an event of this caliber on the campus of Centenary really shows how serious the campus is about embracing diversity and allowing students to express themselves through any means, including academic endeavors, programming and events, or even a Gospel Concert."
The gathering will include guest performances by Temple of Vision Ministry, Stonewall Missionary Baptist Church, Young Disciples for Christ, Gospel Rap Duo "New Class" and much more.
MBMK is an organization open to young men on the campus of Centenary College of Louisiana to provide a sense of brotherly love, togetherness, and friendship. Founded last November by Gregory Monette '15, MBMK's first major event, the Gospel Concert, lit the Centenary Amphitheater with song, worship, dance, and prayer.
Gospel Fest attendees are asked to participate in a canned food drive organized by MBMK. Food items collected at the event will be donated to Common Ground.