In partnership with the Spring Arbor Free Methodist Church, Spring Arbor University welcomes distinguished alumna and Christian recording artist Babbie Mason back to campus for a songwriter’s workshop and a concert, Oct. 26-29.
Mason will perform in concert on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 7:30 p.m. in the Spring Arbor Free Methodist Church (SAFMC) Sanctuary. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. General admission tickets are $10, and $4 for SAU students. All proceeds go toward SAU’s Babbie Mason Scholarship Fund.
On Saturday, Oct. 26, Mason will teach a songwriter’s workshop from 10:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m. The session will take place in SAU’s choir room in the Smith Music Center. The workshop fee is $50 and $20 for SAU students.
“Spring Arbor University is very privileged to have such a great working relationship with Babbie Mason. She is an artist of the highest caliber, and we are extremely proud to have an SAU alum playing such a significant role in today’s music and worship scene. Our campus and community benefit enormously every time she visits to share her wonderful musical talents and her inspiring spiritual leadership,” said J. Bruce Brown, professor of music and music department chair.
Mason will also share as a chapel speaker on Monday, Oct. 28, at 10 a.m. in the Spring Arbor Free Methodist Church sanctuary.
To sponsor a SAU music student or SAFMC church member to attend the songwriter’s workshop, contact Diane Kintigh at 517.750.6493 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All events are open to the public. Call 800.968.0011 ext. 1500 for event information and ticket reservations.
Babbie Mason, a two-time Dove Award winning singer, songwriter and author, is a favored guest at churches, conferences and conventions worldwide, including Billy Graham Crusades, Bill Gaither Homecoming Events, Women of Faith, Carnegie Hall, and the Brooklyn Tabernacle. Her timeless music has been an integral part of church music for over three decades, and appears in octavos, worship anthems, musicals and hymnals in over twenty languages. She has graced the stage with American presidents Carter, Ford and Bush. Inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame in 2010, this pastor’s daughter captures the heart of young and old alike.
A sought-after women’s conference speaker and author, Mason builds up the hearts of women in her brand new book, This I Know For Sure (Abingdon Press). In this encouraging and life-giving message, Mason reminds women, in spite of our circumstances or how we may feel, God is faithful and trustworthy. She also digs deep into God’s Word and her own life experience, to reveal foundational truths from God’s Word in This I Know For Sure, the six-week Bible Study for women. To enhance the specific themes of the book and the Bible study, Mason brings beautiful music from her 25th recording by the same name.
Mason is as well-known for her songwriting as she is for her singing and communication skills. Some of the nation’s most notorious Christian artists such as New Song, CeCe Winans, and the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir have all recorded her compositions. Her award-winning songs, All Rise, Trust His Heart, and With All My Heart, are some of the most recorded songs in Christian music.
Mason and her husband, Charles, are the parents of two adult sons and live on a farm in West Georgia.
Babbie Mason Scholarship Fund
Mason established the Babbie Mason Scholarship Fund at the University, which assists minority music students. All concert proceeds will be donated to the fund.