Fa la la la July. A little birdie told me about a Christmas in July sale I’m having. You can get all the info here: https://jk219.infusionsoft.com/app/hostedEmail/4568700/a43dbf6dd9ab8299
Get prepared now while it’s hot and you won’t be left out in the cold later!
It’s also a great time to start planning your Christmas events.
Tomorrow is the first tour stop of the SuperStart 2014/2015 tour. The “Something Amazing” tour will make stops in St. Louis, Atlanta, Orlando, Louisville, Sacramento, Phoenix, Dallas, Tulsa, Indianapolis, Bloomington, Cincinnati, and Chicago.
This year’s tour has some awesome sponsors that are helping make it possible. These companies are supporting me leading worship at SuperStar. Be sure to show them your love and appreciation.
This fall we’ll be on the road again headed to various cities. Yancy has some openings while on tour including:
Birmingham, AL (September 27, 28)
St. Louis, MO (October 8, 12)
Atlanta, GA (October 22, 23, 26)
Orlando, FL/Tampa, FL (November 5, 9)
Louisville, KY (Southern Indiana) (November 12,
Yancy is in the middle of the SuperStart spring tour. The next tour stops are Dallas, TX and Tulsa, OK. Learn more about this awesome event for preteens at http://www.ciy.com/superstart In March, there are tour stops in Bloomington, IL, Indianapolis, IN and Cincinnati, OH and we have an awesome opportunity for Yancy to come to your church while she’s already in town for these tour stops. She would love to lead worship at your church or do a concert for families.
She’s back! After taking a break last year Yancy will return starting this fall to lead worship for the preteen event, SuperStart. If you’re not familiar with SuperStart it’s an amazing two day event made specifically for 4th, 5th & 6th graders. You can get all the tour info at http://www.ciy.com/superstart
Yancy is excited to head out on the road leading worship for these events. She will be sharing some of the songs off her latest album targeted for preteens,
Today is one of those days where I step back and realize how blessed I am. I am truly grateful for all the opportunities God gives me. I’ve been out of town the past week being a part of conferences for kid’s ministers. Today going through my mail I received several royalty statements about places where my songs have been used. In addition to North America places like South Africa and Germany were in the list of where my songs are being sung.
It’s November and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Here at Yancy Ministries we’re gearing up for an exciting Christmas concert season. We’ll be doing Christmas shows in Alabama, Indiana, Ohio, Texas and Tennessee. Hopefully you can come out to a Christmas concert if you live in those areas. Because we’re thinking about Christmas (and getting a bit giddy about it!) We thought it would be fun to help you kick off the season with some giving.
Yancy travels to churches and does family concerts or special events for preteen and elementary kids. She can even do preschool stuff too. If you’re looking for a great event to bring families together and give them an opportunity to worship a Yancy event is perfect. This fall she’ll be in a few areas and has some open dates. If one of these are in your area you should consider it cause it’s a great time to SAVE big on expenses since she’s already in your area.
I’ve been making music and touring for almost 14 years. That’s a long time 🙂 and along the way life intersects with some of those precious people who heard me sing as a kid, teen or early in my career. Last night was no exception. I did a family event at Christ Fellowship in Palm Gardens, FL. I did a concert or two there in probably 1998 or 1999….some of the same staff members are still at the church.
So it’s been awhile. I spent two fantastic weeks on the road in the Dallas, TX area. I did two weeks of camp at Mt. Lebanon Camp and then was a part of 4th of July festivities at Family Worship Center in McKinney and then a weekend of worship and worship team training at Spring Creek Church in Garland. Everything is bigger and grander in Texas (especially the size of their bridges and overpasses) and it was a fantastic two weeks on the road.