The Malone University Student Activities Council will present Christian artist, Scott Phillips, and author, Matthew Paul Turner, Tuesday, October 12 at 9 pm. in the Stewart Room of the Randall Campus Center. General admission is $5 at the door; free to Malone University students with an ID.
Scott Phillips is a Nashville based independent artist originally from Northwestern Pennsylvania. He has been a full-time indie artist for almost 8 years and has released 4 full-length albums -- most recently a project titled "Next Stop Willoughby." His most popular songs include Do I Dare, Don't Miss You, Everything's Alright, I Should, Just Because, Matter of the Heart, and Only One. He is a passionate supporter of child sponsorship through World Vision, a relief and development organization committed to eradicating poverty, hunger, AIDS, and child exploitation. In 2005, Scott received the World Vision "New Independent Artist of the Year" award for his work with his favorite organization, and currently sits among their Top 20 artists raising support through sponsorship. Scott currently lives in Thompson's Station, TN with his wife Carol Jean (who wrote "The Empty" on his latest album), and their three children.
Sometimes called a master story teller, Matthew Paul Turner is a blogger, speaker, and author of Churched: One Kid's Journey Toward God Despite a Holy Mess, The Christian Culture Survival Guide, and several other popular books. Turner attended Nashville's Belmont University, where he received a BBA in music business, and is the former editor of CCM magazine. He has written for Relevant, Home Life, Christian Single, and other magazines. He and his wife, Jessica, have one son and live in Nashville, Tennessee. www.matthewpaulturner.com.