Mark Gray to appear at San Pedro Valley Baptist Church in Dudleyville Feb. 22

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Dudleyville – For over 32 years, Mark Gray has been one of the most active and widely used soloists in gospel music. On Fri., Feb. 22 Mark Gray will be sharing his voice with the public at San Pedro Valley Baptist Church in Dudleyville. All are welcome to attend as there is room.

He began traveling full time at the age of 23 in the gospel music industry. He and his wife Mary, travel 12 months a year all across America and the world, singing in some 175 churches, youth camps and Bible colleges.

Mark is in great demand for gospel concerts, revivals and Bible conferences as well as other special appearances. He and his wife are also staff members at Silver State Baptist Youth Camp during the summer months. The music ministry has allowed him to travel to many foreign countries, including trips behind the former Iron Curtain.

During the many years Mark has been in full time travel, he has produced more than 45 recordings. Many are made available wherever he sings.

Currently, he is concentrating on the songwriting aspect of the music ministry. He has seen success with the following songs: “How Much is Too Much,” “Is There Not A Cause” and “It’s All About Him.”

Mark is also part of the Silver State Trio. His music is carefully selected to always exalt the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and present the gospel of saving grace to a lost and dying world. Whether singing a new song or an old favorite, Mark always sings with deep conviction.

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