Music Seminars for Centennial Homecoming

Mark-Harris

Mark Harris

Songwriter, Artist

For more than 15 years, Mark Harris was a member of popular Christian pop quartet 4Him. With 22 No. 1 hits to the group’s credit and eight Dove Awards, 4Him was one of the most successful groups in Christian music history. As 4Him’s primary songwriter in the past, Mark relished the challenge of communicating his heart for God in new ways. While serving as the Head of Worship Ministries at his home church in Alabama, Mark was inspired to write songs with congregations specifically in mind. He now serves at Worship Pastor at Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas. Mark is a graduate of Lee and a former member of Lee’s Board of Directors.

Mark will be speaking at 9am, Friday Nov. 2nd at Humanities Building: Squires Recital Hall


Elicia-Brown

Elicia Brown

Singer and Speaker

Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. Elicia Brown graduated from Lee University in 2002. As a student there she sang 1st soprano in Voices of Lee, Co-founded Umoja, was a member of Sigma Nu Sigma and a Little Sister for Upsilon.

Since graduation, Elicia has been a performer for Walt Disney World at EPCOT Orlando as a member of the Voices of Liberty. Currently working as the Vocal Director and principle performer in the Seasonal show, Joyful: A Gospel Celebration of the Season.

Elicia has been a member of Living Proof Live Worship Team led by Travis Cottrell, that ministers with Beth Moore at all of her events for the past 13 years.

As a professional background vocalist and vocal arranger, Elicia has traveled with and repeatedly recorded for with some of the best in the music business, including Wynonna Judd, Bill Gaither, Gaither Vocal Band, Martha Munizzi, Vickie Winans, Michael McDonald, BeBe Winans, Babbie Mason, Natalie Grant, William McDowell, Travis Cottrell, Javen, Detrick Haddon, Brian Littrell, Damita Haddon and many more.

Fully committed to local ministry, Elicia Brown has served as the Minister of Music at New Beginnings Church in Orlando Florida for the past 7 years.  Prior to that, she served as the Minister of Music at Gulf Meadows Church a large multicultural church in Houston, TX.

Elicia regularly travels, ministering across the United States and has been to Africa, Asia and Europe.

Elicia will be speaking at 9am, Friday Nov. 2nd at Communication Arts Building: Room 202


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