Submitted to Branson Globe
King’s Chapel will observe their grand opening on Sunday, July 5 at 10 a.m. with special guest speaker Dave Roever.
Roever, a Vietnam veteran and recipient of the Purple Heart, served as a river boat gunner in the elite Brown Water Black Beret. Roever now travels the globe, sharing his story of survival with engaging humor and hope in the face of insurmountable obstacles. He tells his story in churches, public schools, business conventions and with U.S. military forces stationed around the world.
Joining Roever for a Freedom Rally at 5 p.m., is John Arroyo. Arroyo spit the majority of his enlisted service as a Green Beret, and is a survivor of the April 2, 2014 mass shooting at Fort Hood, Texas. Doctors told Arroyo’s family that they did not have a medical explanation for how he survived through his injuries; it was simply a miracle. Arroyo wasted no time sharing his gift and miraculous story of second chances. Using his life as an example, he speaks to issues and presents tangible solutions to real life struggles.
King’s Chapel, which began in Branson in 2014 as a home Bible study, purchased and began remodeling Music City Centre. Pastored by Chris and Melissa Davis, the Branson congregation is one of more than 300 campuses of King’s Cathedral and Chapels based in Maui, Hawaii
Programming for children through junior high is available during the 10 am service. A nursing mother’s room is available during the 5 p.m. event.
For more information, see www.kcbranson.com.