The musical couple of Greg and Glenda Bostock will be performing their message of hope Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at Wilroads Gardens Christian Church, 11293 River Road in Dodge City.

According to a press release, as songwriters, many of their songs have been used nationally and internationally touching people around the world, through Jesus Christ.

"With years of experience as professional videographers, they add a multi-media presentation of God’s amazing beauty to enhance their soul-stirring music," said Pam Silva, secretary of Blastoff Music Ministries in the press release.

"They also share true life stories that will encourage audiences of all ages. This couple is a living testimony of what the power of faith in Jesus Christ can do."

Born and raised in Idaho and Utah, the Bostock's married in the small community of Buhl, Idaho, and they raised their three children near southern Idaho.

The couple soon became worship pastors at their local church.

"They eventually connected with an international evangelist Dave Roever, a war veteran severally burned in the Vietnam War," Silva said. "Dave overcame defying odds of survival and through his faith in Christ, he has become a message of hope and redemption.

"The Bostock's were invited to join Dave’s team in 1997 which brought them to Texas.

"Dave introduced them to ministry opportunities in Vietnam and God has placed a burden in their hearts for the Vietnamese people ever since.

"After this incredible adventure, they began to travel as a family, singing and ministering throughout the country and around the world to Vietnam."

Traveling across the country, the Bostock's continue to minister hope and encouragement through the stories and songs.

"They’ve been sharing the love of Jesus for over 35 years," Silva said. "They also continue missionary and humanitarian work in Vietnam partnered with an organization called, 'Mission Vietnam.'

"They reach out to help the persecuted church, destitute children who have become orphans, funding for the blind and numerous support projects.

"They have journeyed to Vietnam for 20 years now and will be sharing stories of courage and perseverance that will inspire, encourage and empower you in your life’s journey."

The Bostock's concert is free to the public but contributions are welcomed and tax-deductible as the ministry is a non-profit 501(c)(3).

Call 620-225-5296 or go to www.blastoffmusic.org, for more information.

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