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The Martins, Ken Davis to perform at Cedar Creek Church Feb. 23

Siblings, Judy, Jonathan and Joyce Martin will perform in Bothell on Feb. 23. - contributed photo
Siblings, Judy, Jonathan and Joyce Martin will perform in Bothell on Feb. 23.
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Popular Christian recording artist, The Martins, along with multi-award winning Christian comedian Ken Davis, will be featured at the Cedar Creek Church at 6 p.m. in Bothell on Feb. 23.

Siblings, Judy, Jonathan and Joyce Martin, have enjoyed countless radio hits and performances on stages at such prestigious locations as The Grand Ole Opry and The White House, as well as concert halls, auditoriums and churches nationwide. After nearly a decade of pursuing individual music careers, their precedent-setting musical influence continues as the trio recently reunited. This year, the Martins are regularly featured on the popular Gaither Homecoming Video and Concert Series, and released their first new recording in 10 years last summer.

Ken Davis is a best-selling author, frequent radio and television guest and one of the country's most sought after inspirational and motivational speakers. A gifted comedian and a master storyteller, year after year Ken continues to delight audiences of all ages from coast to coast with Christian comedy that's actually funny! His mixture of side-splitting humor and inspiration delights and enriches all. Ken has been the keynote speaker for hundreds of major corporate events. He is a featured speaker for Promise Keepers and a frequent guest on Focus on the Family. He has made thousands of personal appearances around the world. As president of Dynamic Communications International, he teaches speaking skills to ministry professionals and corporate executives. His daily radio show, "Lighten Up!," is heard on over 1500 stations in the US and around the world.

Complete information may be obtained about this event by calling 800-965-9324 or visiting www.imcconcerts.com or www.martinsonline.com.

 

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