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Caldwell to provide music, fun, lessons at Heritage Christian

Ronnie Caldwell and the Peaceable Kingdom Ministry will provide music, object lessons and family fun during both worship hours on Easter Sunday at Heritage Christian Church. Childcare for babies and toddlers will be provided at the 9:30 and 11 a.m. services. The program is geared toward kids from kindergarten age through adults.

In ministry since 1979, Caldwell, a native of Franklin, Tenn., has been noted as one of the “Top 10” Children’s Ministers in the United States. He has received the “Children’s Minister of the Year” award from Willie George Ministries. He also created and hosted a children’s television program.

Caldwell and his company, Peaceable Kingdom Ministries, Inc., have produced three music albums, “Have Fun, Please God,” “Children’s Church Classics-1,” and “Children’s Church Classics-2.” The music is energetic and contemporary. Children of all ages (and adults) say they love the fresh, new sound.

Heritage Christian Church is on Redwine Road in Fayetteville at the corner of Bernhard and Redwine Road.

Visit or the church’s Facebook page for more information.


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