Final Harvest In Concert
October 17, 2018, 6:45 pm
The message of Final Harvest: God will send to His Church an unquenchable fire. The wind of the Holy Spirit will cause it to burn hotter than on the day of Pentecost, and spread rapidly. It will spread with fury and devour all that is not holy. Then He will send the latter rain, wash away the dross, refresh and make new. The Glory of the Lord will be seen by the entire world and manifested through His Church. There begins the end time harvest.
This message burns in the heart of Final Harvest as they seriously pursue communicating the gospel of Jesus, the Messiah; the same yesterday, today and forever. Heb. 13:8. Through their unique and intricate harmonies, this gospel and message of God’s last call for His final harvest has been their focal point since 2006.
Their wide range of music style includes southern gospel, contemporary and original classical inspirational. Though each person is assigned a part, they often switch parts as needed, confusing everyone listening.
Pamela Warren raised in Rochester NY, comes from a musical Christian family. Pam is founder and administrator of Final Harvest. She plays the guitar, composes songs and music, and intricate harmonies. She is also writing a book: “God’s Last Call For His Final Harvest” The message will pierce the heart of the Church body to its very core. Pam also has a gift for sharing the spoken Word.
Pamela Sandberg was raised in musical Christian home in Michigan where she sang a with the Wesleyan Singers on a local television station for 15 years. She also sang with a group called Channel III. In 1993, Pam moved to Rochester, NY where she and Pamela Warren began to sing together, became prayer partners and of course, best friends. Pam usually sings alto and her outgoing, fun-loving personality shines brightly at every concert.
Lacy Burdick, Pamela Sandberg’s daughter, was born in Michigan, but grew up in Rochester, NY. She joined the group close to its inception. She brings to the group what she calls the “musher” or fill-in part. Her part can sometimes be the most intricate because she has to sing what no one else is singing. A seriously committed Christian like the others, she adds a youthful flair to the group.
Their love for God and all with whom they come in contact cannot be denied. The message of God’s last call for His final harvest, rather than the music, is of utmost importance and the reason why they sing.
Admission is free. A love offering will be received.