If you weren’t in Gainesville, GA on Sunday, then you missed a performance by one of the best BMX stunt shows in the country. The location of the event will surprise you. It didn’t occur at an arena or a gymnasium. The breathtaking display of amazing skill was inside a church. Where? Free Chapel Worship Center.
Jentezen Franklin, Senior Pastor of Free Chapel, is doing an amazing three part series this month entitled “Fear Fighters.” Pastor Franklin is a New York Times best-selling author, and his book, Fear Fighters, tackles topics like anxiety, death, and also gives readers tools to help them “live by faith in a fear-ridden world.”
What better way to tackle fear than front row seats to a BMX stunt show? The team that consisted of Keith King, MC/Owner, Dane Beardsley, Russell Summerville, Billy Gennet, and Scott Wirch, also performed an amazing show outside the church after each service.
The team performs across the country as well at NASCAR, NBA, and NFL halftime shows.
Find out more about King BMX by visiting their website, or call 919-614-4180 for booking information.
Free Chapel attender, Skyler Jackson, shared his thoughts on fear, and he has a lot in common with the King BMX Crew.
For anyone considering motocross or any other extreme sport he advises, “Learn the basics first, know your limitations, set goals, and keep God first in whatever you do.”
Next Sunday during part two of the Fear Fighters series, October 27, 2013, tightrope walker, Nik Wallenda, who crossed the Grand Canyon, will be live at Free Chapel. Service times are 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.