Maverick City Music continues to reach many souls with the gospel of Jesus Christ through music and the prison inmates of Florida prison were not left out. Gospel singers such Kirk Franklin, Brandon Lake, Naomi Raine, Dante Bowe, Chandler Moore, Ryan Ofei and many others were present to minister to the people in songs. The event was a successful one, lives were blessed and they set a new record of the largest prison event in history, comprising 1300 inmates.
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My son wrote this. He wanted to make sure someone got it.
My name is Nigel and I’m currently incarcerated at Everglades Correctional in Florida. Maverick City came to our institution and blessed us with an unforgettable experience. I want to thank everybody who took the time to come see about us. But I want to give a special thanks to Naomi Raine. She wrote a song called “The story I’ll tell”. The lyrics are my testimony. I came to prison at the age of 24 with a life sentence. I was lost and hopeless with no belief in God. But through the process of my appeals I was able to get my life sentence overturned. The circumstances were so unexpected and miraculous that I knew without a doubt that Gods hand was on my life. I’m so grateful that Christ is my provider and showed mercy in my darkest hour. I would like to tell Naomi that she’s personally spoke to my life and so many others who are incarcerated. Maverick City is doing more than just singing, their music is ministry. Thank you and God Bless.