Julie Rust To Present Sermon In Song At Christ Unity Of Chattanooga On Sunday

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Jule Rust (with Rusty Rust) will be presenting a sermon in song on Sunday, Nov. 12, at 11 a.m.  at Christ Unity of Chattanooga at 105 McBrien Road.

Performing songwriter Julie Rust has touched audiences across the United States with her soothing voice, honest lyrics and virtuosic piano playing for over 35 years. When a near-death experience left her ill for five years, and doctors were unable to help her, Julie experienced an unfolding of information, leading her to tools that took her from near death to a healthy, joyful life. The information came to her from God in a variety of ways, including songs, visions, dreams, books, and other healers. She shares her stories and songs in a beautifully intimate and authentic way. Her music has been described as "spiritually-enlightened" and "the voice of musical and spiritual wisdom."



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