Crossfire tod hill2Crossfire organizer Tod Hill (Photo courtesy YouTube)MADISONVILLE, Ky. (3/7/14) — If you have found yourself caught up in a crossfire of life, Madisonville North Hopkins High School will be hosting the Crossfire event from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 15.

Members of the community will be sharing personal experiences and life empowering stories that have impacted their lives and helped them overcome incredibly impossible circumstances of sickness, fear, shame, guilt, depression, loss of hope, addictions, injuries and much more.

“This time we will be able to have more testimonies from community members,” said Tod Hill, Crossfire organizer. “Keep an eye out on all the main intersections in Madisonville with banners filled with scriptures.”

Hill said they were able to witness life changing moments at the last Crossfire event and expect the same to happen at this event.

“This event is free to the public and we encourage people to come a little early for seating,” said Hill. “Last time we had 100 people standing, but even though we will have a little more room, we are expecting more people this time.”

For more information, visit crossfireky.com or www.facebook.com/crossfireky.

Amber Averitt
SurfKY News Reporter

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