Rhythm and Joy evening at Norwich dinner
Using music and chat, Dave Scott-Morgan, one-time singer, songwriter and musician with the world famous Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) – the group sold 50 million records in 13 years - told how he came to faith in Christ when he spoke at an inspirational dinner evening on Monday, June 26 at the Mercure Hotel, Norwich.
At the informal presentation called “Rhythm and Joy”, Dave and his wife Mandy shared their “faith journey” as they have done already at many venues in the UK, Europe and North America.
After years in the heady world of pop music, Dave first came to faith in Christ after hearing about the unconditional love of God at a worship service in Birmingham. He later prayed: “God, if you’re really there, then come and sort me out, ‘cos I can’t.”
The change was dramatic. Today, Dave and Mandy have a pastoral ministry – and Dave is also a qualified pilot and flying instructor. Dave adds: “Nowadays I write love songs about God . . . where before I tended to write songs about girls.”
All are welcome to this dinner at 7 for 7.30pm at the Mercure Hotel, located on Boundary Road, Norwich, NR3 2BA, (opposite the Asda retail complex). The dinner evening costs £15.
This event is one of the regular FGB Fellowship’s dinner evenings where speakers share "new life stories." Norwich FGB Chapter is part of the Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship in more than 100 nations.
FGB is endorsed by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, who says: “We need more men like them.”
Pictured top are Dave and Mandy Scott-Morgan.