On March 16, 2016, residents at Life Care Center of Crossville, Tennessee, were delighted with the sounds of Zambian music.
Three gentlemen from the African country shared music and ministry at the center. They played a guitar and drums from their native land and sang. Along with the songs, they gave their testimonials.
“A local pastor contacted me to see if they could stop and perform at our facility,” said Miranda Hajny, activity director. “They were traveling on their way to another city, and they wanted to share their story and music with our residents. The residents loved the music and talked about the performance for days.”