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Sycamore Springs: A good time for all at Jesus Jam

Jesus Jam: Second day of a growing Adair County annual event starts at noon today
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By Cynthia Meyer

The Jesus Jam is an annual event sponsored by The Seven Springs Ministry, 497 Fudge RD, Breeding, KY.

Saturday's performances, on August 14, 2010, will start at 12pm noon CT, offering a variety of Christian Music with something for everyone from Southern Gospel, Bluegrass, Contemporary to Christian Rock.


The event offers free camping and free food, and assures a good time to be had by all.The only admission requested is a non perishable food item which will be donated to the Highland Chapel in Burkesville, KY.

I went to this event last year. They gave away a lot of food, door prizes and such. I doubt it very much if they come out even.They do this Jesus Jam every year as a ministry, putting most of their own money up for the food, electric and such.

The groups sing for free. The non perishable food is donated to the chapel in Burkesville, KY.

I am sure the donations for the food eaten at the event do not come close to covering the cost or the electricity used for the event.

My personal thanks to Cathy Petrey, who will forever be remembered in downtown Columbia for her days with Laney's Cafe, before she got a nursing degree and started Seven Springs Ministries, for staging this growing South Central Kentucky event. It has enriched my life. If you go, I'm sure you will get a blessing, too.

If you go: It's about 12 miles south of the Columbia, KY Walmart Supercenter (2988 Burkesville RD). Find it the easy way on your smartphone or computer using the the address: 497 Fudge RD, Breeding, KY. The route is well marked with signs from all points. And if you get lost in Breeding, just stop in at the store. Almost anyone can point you in the right direction. -Cindy Meyer


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Jesus Jam at Breeding, KY



2010-08-14 - Photo by Cynthia Meyer. Seven Springs Ministry, 497 Fudge RD, Breeding, KY"Under a starry sky, on Friday, August 13, 2010," writes Sycamore Springs columnist Cynthia Meyer, "Holy Ground took the stage with Lead Guitarist Richard Hodge, Larry Baker playing Acoustic Guitar, Dave Pierce on Acoustic Guitar, Richie Calhoun in the background playing Keyboard, with guest singer Gina McInteer singing in the natural amphitheatre at the 11th Annual Jesus Jam." Today's performances begin at 12pm noon CT.
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