‘The Voice’ at Liberty Hall


By Candy Pfeifer - Religion Writer



The Logos Ladies recently hosted “TARANDA” at the October Fest in Liberty Hall.

The Logos Ladies recently hosted “TARANDA” at the October Fest in Liberty Hall.


The halls of Washington High School were recently filled with the sounds of one of the greatest voices to ever take a stage! Logos Ladies hosted “TARANDA” at the Logos October Fest held in Liberty Hall.

Having performed from coast to coast, other countries, and even Carnegie Hall, Taranda did not disappoint. The auditorium was full of women from over 20 different churches in Fayette and surrounding counties. Jaw dropping notes rang out as the women listened and watched with eyes wide and total focus.

Ty Kelly, one of the sound engineers for the night, had this to say, “It’s not just the power of her voice, but the control as well as her ability to draw you into the message of her song.”

Preceding the concert Alana Walters catered an incredible meal and the men of the Gathering Place Church served the women. Steve Daugherty, leader of the men’s ministry at the Gathering Place, had this to say when asked why he would take an evening out of his busy schedule to serve: “It was an honor and privilege to serve these women. If we follow Jesus it is important that we set the example of being a servant.”

The entire evening was much more than a meal and a concert. It was life-changing!

The Logos Ladies recently hosted “TARANDA” at the October Fest in Liberty Hall.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/10/web1_IMG_6168.jpgThe Logos Ladies recently hosted “TARANDA” at the October Fest in Liberty Hall.

By Candy Pfeifer

Religion Writer