Among the group’s awards and accolades, The Isaacs have received seven Dove Awards and have received several Grammy nominations.
“One of the things that is so unique about The Isaacs, is it’s not just singing, but they also play instruments and tell stories. They share from their own lives, and tell about things that they’ve went through. It’s more than a concert. It’s a night of encouragement, and I believe that people, if they come, will leave changed,” Unthank said.
A Fairfield-based artist, Unthank has received national attention for his self-titled CD, “Terry Unthank,” released last year, when he enjoyed genre chart-topping success with the song “Take It to the Lord.”
Unthank, a singer/songwriter, pastor and concert/event promoter, said he has been singing since the time he could talk. He preached his first sermon under a gospel tent in Florida when he was 8 years old, and recorded his first project in cassette form when he was a teenager. Today he serves as the pastor of Miracle Revival Center in Lindenwald.
Unthank, 37, has been recognized for his achievements in ministry by being awarded a key to the City of Fairfield, having a day named in his honor by former Mayor Ronald D’Epiffanio in 2008.
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How to go
What: The Isaacs in concert with special guest Terry Unthank
Where: Fairfield Church of God, 6001 Dixie Highway, Fairfield
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 7. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Cost: General admission tickets are available in advance or at the door.
More info/order tickets: Call 513-284-6617 or go online to www.theisaacs.com and www.terryunthank.com.