Tommy Walker to lead worship Sunday

Tommy Walker is a worship leader, singer/songwriter, who has been producing worship music for more than 30 years. Tommy has written more than 200 songs that are currently tracked by C.C.L.I. and are sung in churches around the world. His most popular songs include, He Knows My Name, That’s Why We Praise Him, Only A God Like You, Mourning Into Dancing, I Have A Hope and We Will Remember. Tommy has recorded worship music albums and singles for, Maranatha! Music, Integrity Music. Brentwood and is a writer with LifeWay Songs.

On about any given Sunday around the world you are likely to hear the choir and congregation singing one of Tommy’s songs.

Tommy Walker songs have been recorded by such artists as — Israel Houghton, Paul Baloche, Ron Kenolly, Don Moen, Chrystal Lewis and Alvin Slaughter.

He has had the privilege of leading worship with such Christian leaders as: Franklin Graham, Rick Warren, Jack Hayford, Bill Hybels and Greg Laurie. Tommy has held worship concerts and mercy ministry outreaches in more than 20 nations.

Join Central Baptist Church, 3333 Dave Ward Drive, this Sunday as they welcome Tommy Walker and his band. Worship times are 8:30 and 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Homecoming highlights

The Mt. Olive-Bedford Chapel homecoming will occur on Saturday and Sunday.

The Saturday reunion will take place at the Antioch Gathering Center, located at 110 Amity Road in Conway. The festivities will be gin Saturday at 11 a.m., and the highlight will be the historical documentary filmed in June 2017. Food, fun and activities will also be part of the Saturday events.

The Sunday events will begin at 10:30 a.m. the Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Mt. Vernon outdoors in front of the community founders monument. The founders monument, constructed by Silas Owens Jr. of Twin Groves, was commissioned by Nannie Alexander, homecoming founder, and funded by the descendants of the founders. The Sunday program will include praise, worship and the homecoming sermon. The keynote speaker will be the Rev. Larry Alexander, pastor of Cherubim Baptist Church of Tyronza. An old-fashioned dinner on the grounds, highlighting family recipes will conclude the celebration.