Under the Tent

Tent Revival

Many of us have fond memories of old fashioned tent revivals. Those memories were replicated from June 26th – 28th in Bristol, Virginia when more than 200 people gathered under a tent in a field off Interstate 81. It was a blessing to see people from all walks of life and from various denominations gathered with a common purpose ~ to worship our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. To have the opportunity to see people make a decision to follow Christ is VERY SPECIAL, and we experienced just that! Individuals who were saved during the TCR Tent Revival, are now enrolled in the Thursday night Living Free program.

“Sonny” Wright, Friend of TCR

TCR gives honor to long time Living Free member Sonny Wright. Sonny initially participated in the Living Free program at the Abingdon Regional Jail, and was later saved inside the jail. Upon release, Sonny attended the Living Free program, and served as a volunteer. If you had the pleasure of knowing Sonny, then you know that he sincerely loved Christ. Sonny is thought of daily, and missed by his TCR family.

Carl Leon “Sonny” Wright
7/14/52 – 7/2/22

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