Betty Jean Robinson of TBN and “Melody Mountain” will be the special guest in the 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. service.
Robinson has one of the most interesting testimonies — which includes her childhood in the mountains of Kentucky; her working years with the FBI in Washington, D.C; then to Nashville where she received the No. 1 Country Music Song Writer award,” noted church pastors Charles and Margie Poteat.
“It was at the peak of her success in country music that she heard the call of God requiring her to fully dedicate her life to Jesus and take the gospel in song to the nations.”
She joined the TBN family (Paul and Jan Crouch) in 1974 and worked weekly in the worldwide television ministry. Robinson has hosted the “Melody Mountain” broadcast from TBN since 1974. She can be seen on the Church Channel. She is a successful gospel recording artist, author and song writer.
Eagle’s Chapel is located at 133 Beaty Drive N.W.
“Robinson will be our special guest at ‘Fire on the Mountain’ Monday evening at 7. You are invited to come and enjoy the love of Jesus in song and testimony,” the Poteats said.
“Fire on the Mountain” is held at the Mountain View Inn.