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Rev. Dr. Constance Cherry is an experienced professor, worship leader, musician, and pastor, having served in local church ministry and academic teaching positions for more than thirty years. While a young woman she received a life-time vocational call to serve Christ through serving his Church. For many years she served as a full-time minister of music in large churches where she directed multiple types of choral groups and instrumental ensembles, prepared worship services, and provided leadership for the many dimensions of the multi-faceted church music program. Her undergraduate degree in music (Huntington University) and her Master of Music degree (Bowling Green State University) prepared her well for the musical expertise required of s… Go to person page >
Display Title: Where Is the Path that Once Was in SightFirst Line: [Where Is the Path that Once Was in Sight]Author: Constance M CherryScripture: Proverbs 3:6Date: 2008Source: Proclaim New Hope (Hope Publishing Co, 2001)