It’s been about a year since vocal group Point of Grace was at Bethel Church in Fargo. If you liked what you heard at that show, you might also enjoy a new solo album from one of theÂ ladies of POG fame.
CCMMagazine.com reports, “After being on top of the Christian music scene for nearly 18 years as a founding member of the GMA Dove Award-winning and GRAMMY Â® nominated group Point of Grace, Heather Payne is gearing up to release her debut solo album Sweet Exchange on September 14.”
The article describes the album as “a fresh take on the timeless hymns of the church.”
Read more at: http://www.ccmmagazine.com/news/headlines/11637725/
The Rev. Roger Grafenstein is the new pastor of Grace United Methodist Church in Moorhead. He most recently served as pastor of Hope United Methodist Church in Faribault, Minn., for 11 years.
During the past decade, Grafenstein has served as an adjunct philosophy instructor, chaired the River Valley District Committee on Ministry and served the Faribault Area Chaplains for Emergency Services program.
Grafenstein finished his undergraduate degree at Minnesota State University Moorhead in 1986 and earned his master of divinity degree from the Methodist Theological School in Ohio in 1989.Â
Grafenstein and his wife, Chele, have two children, Amanda, 20, and Anthony, 15.