On Tuesday, Sept. 28, the First Baptist Church of Cedaredge will be hosting a special and exciting event as it brings in the group Adam’s Road, a ministry and worship music team to perform and give a testimony. This event will be free to attend.
“We are a Christian, non-profit ministry dedicated to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through song and testimony,” Adam’s Road states on its website, adamsroadministry.com. “Through the power of God’s Word and by the grace of God, all four of us have been unshackled from religious bonds, rescued out of Mormonism, and brought into a personal and saving relationship with Jesus. By the transforming power of the Gospel, we who once were blind, lost, and dead are now new creations in the Lord Jesus Christ; the old has passed away, and the new has come.”
In their more than 15 years together, Adam’s Road has produced 10 full-length studio albums, three instrumental albums, two Christmas albums, three spoken word albums and a live album.
“Our focus in our music ministry is putting God’s Word — the Bible — into music, and using that music as a vehicle for sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ,” Adam’s Road’s statement says. “Because of our dedication to ministering the Good News of the free gift of Grace, we offer free music to the world.”
According to First Baptist Church Pastor Jake Wyatt, Adam’s Road’s visiting Cedaredge is a new event that stemmed from a friend and pastoral connection of his in Grand Junction, where Adam’s Road has been regularly visiting for a number of years.
That Grand Junction connection reached out to Wyatt to see if there was interest. Wyatt and the church elders hopped on the opportunity, setting a date and inviting the nonprofit group into the sanctuary.
According to Wyatt, the goal is to pack the sanctuary full of people for the experience and for Adam’s Road’s traveling testimony.