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Heart 2 Heart Featured Musical Guest at Prayer Conference

Gastonia, NC – Beloved North Carolina-based Southern Gospel trio, Heart 2 Heart has been invited to be the featured musical guest at the 2019 State Prayer Conference for the Church of God in South Carolina.

The conference will take place in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on January 28 and 29. The featured speakers include Dr. John Childers (Secretary General for the Church of God) and David Smith who pastors the Oak Park Church in Mobile, Alabama.

David Kiser stated, “We are so honored to be invited to sing and take part in this great Prayer Conference. We look forward to a great time of worship and preaching.”

Heart 2 Heart is also anticipating their homecoming on February 1st.  In addition to Heart 2 Heart, the event will feature Gospel greats The Isaacs, The Bowling Family, and the The Bowling Sisters. The event is being held at the First Assembly of God Church, 777 S. Myrtle School Road in Gastonia, NC.  Doors will open at 6:00 pm, with a concert start time of 7 pm. All seats are General Admission, and a $10.00 donation will be received at the door. Concert-goers are encouraged to arrive early for best seating.

To purchase Heart 2 Heart’s music go to http://heart2heartmin.com/store/  or

 

   

To connect with Heart 2 Heart just follow them on social media or the group’s website.

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To book Heart 2 Heart email davidk@heart2heartmin.com .

About Heart 2 Heart

In 1998, Heart 2 Heart was formed in a small suburban town in North Carolina.  For more than 20 years they have traveled and ministered in the Southeastern United States, establishing themselves as a home state Southern Gospel favorite.

The mixed trio consists of husband and wife team, David and Deana Kiser, and longtime friend Rhonda House.  The mixed trio bring a high energy, anointed worship and cutting edge progressive southern sound, as well as a strong ministry focus.

Heart 2 Heart has appeared on stage with well-known gospel greats Gold City, Greater Vision, The Anchormen, Jeff and Sheri Easter, The Hoppers, The Isaacs and many more.  They have had numerous National Radio song releases on the Singing News charts, including their top-40 single, “He Is There,” in 2018. The group has been featured on INSP network television programs including Gospel Music Southern Style, Great American Gospel, and American Gospel Onstage.

While their industry accolades are impressive, their number one goal continues to be on encouraging the lost and loving God’s people.  The group currently reside in Cherryville, NC, with their families.

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