Gospel singer Michael Combs knows what it's like to struggle.  For years he battled his own demons with drugs and alcohol that nearly cost him his life in 1991.  But, in September of that year, he had a successful liver transplant and, having devoted his life to Jesus Christ a couple of years prior, set out on a Ministry of Music.  And, Friday, June 14th, that path will bring him to Owensboro, where he will perform at Bellevue Baptist Church and help raise money for the Lighthouse Recovery Series.

If you're not familiar with the Music and Ministry of Michael Combs, check out THIS VIDEO.  This was taken when Michael was performing at Dollywood.

Like I mentioned, his Owensboro concert will help benefit Lighthouse Recovery Services, a mentoring and monitoring program that began in November of 2001.  The mission of the program is "to restore lives through effective mentoring, monitoring, and oversight of program participants in an attempt to break the cycle of substance abuse/addiction, drug-related crimes and incarceration.  The goal for each participant is to develop independent living skills and to find employment, while remaining drug and alcohol free."

Michael Combs was caught in that cycle for years,but he finally broke free.  And since that time, he has been sharing his testimony around the world.  WATCH!

He will bring his Ministry of Music to Bellevue Baptist Church at 6pm, Friday, June 14th.  Tickets are just $20 for reserved seats and are available at Trison's Gifts, Cambron Body Shop, and Bellevue Baptist Church. General admission tickets are just $15.

For additional information, please call Jane Cambron at 270-993-9469.