Global Maximus Records Donates $20,000.00 on Behalf of Country Music Artists ‘BadHorse’ to Help Save Tennessee Church

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Rising Country Stars 'BadHorse' Keeps the Faith, Donate to Save Middle Tennessee Church

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Global Maximus Records, LLC, (GMR) announced today that it has made a $20,000.00 donation in the name of Country Music Artists “BadHorse” to a Middle Tennessee area Church.

The donation was to aid the Laotian New Vision Fellowship Church located just outside Nashville in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The Church supports the Christian community in Middle Tennessee. The Church also provides Christian outreach services in Southeast Asia in non-Christian countries spreading the faith deeper into those regions.

The Church, which had lost its former dwelling due to a lease ending, was able with the donation to put a down payment on a new Church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The Church is now prospering again with its members proudly inhabiting the new facilities and continuing their faith driven good works.

The congregation at the time of the donation had no place to worship and it had been that way for several months since loosing their lease. The temporary services were held at the home of the Pastor, Souridet Oudomsouk. Several members of the congregation are self-described diehard ‘BadHorse’ fans. These members had been to multiple live performances loyally in support of the group.

Once learning of their loyal music fan’s situation, ‘BadHorse’ felt compelled to aid the Church in acquiring a permanent facility helping the Church remain the pillar of faith it has historically demonstrated. This prompted the music label to approve the funding for the donation.

“It wasn’t a question after hearing the story, these are loyal fans who have shown support to our artists. We would hope the donation secures further the congregations life changing work around the world impacting generations,” states Randall James, president of GMR.

“The work the Church does in their community is vital to spreading God’s word into the ever growing Asian community in Tennessee. They also spread their teachings into these cultures in non-Christian areas of the world which we want to help to support and that is very grass roots as we see it,” states, Robert E of BadHorse.

Adam Grant lead singer of the group adds, “These are amazing people first of all and are always there to support BadHorse and we surely wanted to support their good causes by making sure these works around the world stay in tact.”

“The members of Laotian New Vision Church would like to offer our utmost gratitude and appreciation to our friends BadHorse and Global Maximus Records for their extraordinary financial gifting,” states, Pastor Souridet Oudomsouk.

GMR’s Randall James and Kenneth Cheng join BadHorse members in posing for a group picture with the Church members after performing ‘Amazing Grace’ as part of the ceremonies.

“As fans, we pray for the band and label’s continued success. Your donation is one of the major steps in helping us achieve the mission of service God has placed in our hearts. We encourage people of faith to continue to support the church in whatever manner they can as we continue our work and travel the path God has set before us,” Pastor Oudomsouk concludes.

The Church has met at their new facility since June 1, 2011 embedded now with smiling faces young and old with a new sense of pride that came attached to the building. The label has been blessed, as has the band ‘BadHorse’. GMR is honored to do its part in supporting the on-going charity work of its artists.

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