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By Tony Ault
Staff Writer 

Christians gather at Lake Skinner for the first JC Fest

 

Last updated 8/8/2019 at 11:53pm

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Offering prayers for anyone at the JC Fest at Lake Skinner, Saturday, Aug. 3, are Project T.O.U.C.H. prayer partners, from left, Ale and Martin Topek from The Way Family Church; Scott Edwards from Rancho Community Church Murrieta; Minnie Arras from Call to the Kingdom; Bruce "not almighty" Wallace and Candace Mae Gruber from Calvary Church Murrieta.

Hundreds raised their hands in surrender and celebration Saturday, Aug. 3, during the first JC Fest festival at Lake Skinner Recreation Park. JC Fest, sponsored by Project T.O.U.C.H., had a dual purpose to praise and celebrate Jesus Christ and to raise money to help the growing homeless population in the Inland Empire.

JC Fest was the dream of Dana and Tammy Stevenson, owners of QuietCool fan company. The family helped bring some of the nation's top Christian singing groups to Lake Skinner for the event.

Headlining was Grammy-nominated Brandon Health who sang his No. 1 hit "Give Me Your...



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