“Kingdom Plug Live” gospel concert to benefit the homeless

Frank and La Keisha Johnson wanted to encourage people to be givers.

  Whoever is kind to the poor, lends to the Lord and he will repay them,” said La Keisha Johnson, citing Scripture.

 “We believe it is our job to take care of people,  it’s that simple,” she said.

  The Johnsons are behind Kingdom Plug Live, which will be held Sunday at West End Church, 845 Lawton St. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

 Part of the proceeds will benefit the city’s homeless.

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“You would be amazed how communities can be changed,” she said.

The Johnsons founded Kingdom Plug, a branding, marketing and event company in 2017

 

Kingdom Plug Live 2018 will be hosted by Jessica Pitts.

The lineup features Benita Jones, director of Worship at All Nations Worship Assembly Atlanta; Todd Galberth, worship arts pastor at Relentless Church in Greeneville, S.C.; and Bernard Williams, minister of worship arts at Linked Up Church in Marietta. 

To make a donation, go to www.kingdomplug.com . You can also donate by texting the word “Give” to 912-274-8614.

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