Musician, hunter makes 2nd appearance at Nazarene church
The men’s ministry at First Church of the Nazarene in Ironton will host a prominent musician and big game hunter this week.
Wade Spencer, a mandolin and guitar player who began his music career with family gospel group The Spencers, will make a return visit and perform for men at the church on Monday at 6 p.m., pastor Rob Hale said.
Spencer will play music, as well as tell hunting and fishing stories from his travels. Following his presentation, the church will have a wild game feed, featuring elk, wild turkey, venison, bass fillets and more, Hale said.
Spencer, an Ohio native, has been a solo performer since the Spencers retired in 1998. He is the host of the weekly television show “Life’s Highway,” which is carried on the Cornerstone Network, The Miracle Channel, Blue Highways TV and channel 73 on Dish Network.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call Hale at 606-923-3538
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