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February 11, 2013

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The Hoppers in concert at The Baptist College of Florida.

The Wellness Center at The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville was filled to capacity with hearts ready to worship as Southern Gospel legend The Hoppers, along with Mercy Revealed, performed a praise-filled concert on Saturday, February 2.

Songs filled with God's great mercy and faithfulness resonated through the building as Mercy Revealed and The Hoppers sang throughout the evening. The new Southern Gospel group Mercy Revealed performed "Blue Skies" (made popular by The Perry's), the hymn "O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing," and gospel favorite, "Beulah Land." BCF Administrative Assistant Laura Tice and solo artist Stan Cook recently combined their talent to form Mercy Revealed and continue to gain popularity as they share the message of Christ through music.

Performing their popular hits "Yahweh" and "Shoutin' Time," along with the new radio single "Count Me In," The Hoppers commanded the stage delighting the audience. Providing over 50 years of music, service, and ministry, The Hoppers continue to receive awards and recognition for their musical abilities and faithfulness to sharing the love of Christ.

According to BCF President Thomas A. Kinchen, plans are already in place to have The Hoppers back on campus next year. For information about future concerts at BCF, visit www.baptistcollege.edu or call 800.328.2660 ext. 427.

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Mercy Revealed (Stan Cook and Laura Tice) in concert at The Baptist College of Florida.