Category Archives: Union Gospel Tabernacle

Music City’s Magic Country Music Marathon Motivates Many!

St. Jude Country Music Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K in Music City: Here are some quotations from signs spotted along the way in past Country Music Marathons that give us powerful life lessons: “Keep Going. Keep Going” (Never give up … Continue reading

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Does LP Field Have A Message For Nashville? Perhaps. (New Name = Nissan Stadium)

Besides Tennessee Titans’ NFL games, does LP Field have a message for Nashville?  Perhaps. Since I wrote this blog post, the name LP Field has been changed to Nissan Stadium. Nisan is a Hebrew word. It is the name of the first … Continue reading

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The Little-Known Story Of Nashville’s Original Grand Ole Opry House . . .

The building that helped Nashville become known as Music City was originally built in 1892 as a place for spiritual awakening — an interdenominational revival house.  The auditorium that spread Country Music around the world, was originally intended to spread … Continue reading

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