Sacandaga Bible Conference’s summer concert series continues with Jason Gray at 7 p.m. at the Tabernacle. The concert is free.
Before the music, join them for an all-you-can-eat Southern barbecue smorgasbord at 5:30 p.m. in Hilltop Dining Hall. Tickets are $12 for adults, with discounts for children. For reservations, call (518) 883-3713
ABOUT THE MUSIC: A singer and guitarist who is never afraid to look inward for inspiration and ready to analyze the world around him, Jason Gray says he is called to create music that makes a difference, and he continues to share that gift with passion and conviction on his new album. On his latest Centricity Music album, A Way To See In The Dark, Gray once again exercises his gift for channeling complex emotions and bold truths into songs that resonate strongly with his audience. His songs are personal yet universal. Who among us hasn’t struggled with fear and wrestled with identity? Who hasn’t exhaled in exasperation and breathed the name of God? Gray captures these vulnerable moments in such songs as "No Thief Like Fear," "Remind Me Who I Am" and "The Sound Of Our Breathing."
ABOUT SACANDAGA BIBLE CONFERENCE: An independent Christian camp and conference center on the Great Sacandaga Lake in Broadalbin, Sacandaga Bible Conference offers youth and family camp programs in the summer and year-round retreat facilities for groups of all sizes, as well as several free community events throughout the year. More information: www.sacandagabibleconference.com.