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The Cerces with the original Couriers, their mentors in this ministry. 

 

 

The Cerces with Dottie Rambo, 3 weeks before her tragic death.

 

 

 

Cliff and Anita Cerce with Ann Downing

 

Larry Ferguson, Dottie Rambo's manager, with The Cerces at the special benefit concert that was held in Louisville, KY on August 2, 2008. The benefit raised funds for the many medical expenses that resulted from his extensive injuries in the tragic bus crash that took Dottie's life.

The Cerces with Dr. Thomas Trask, the former General Superintendent and CEO of the Assemblies of God denomination in the United States. 

The Cerces at the KWFC 35th Anniversary Concert in Springfield, MO. Also featured on the program that night were Gold City, The Lesters and Legacy 5.

The Cerces singing at the SoGospel News/Absolutely Gospel concert at River of Life Assembly of God of Smyrna, Tennessee, pastored by Johnny Minick, who also traveled and sang as a member of the Happy Goodmans, with Howard and Vestal Goodman, before their deaths.

 

St Louis Area Pastor, Jack Hembree of Bethel Fellowship, sings "How Great Thou Art" with The Cerces on one of their  visits there. Great singing, Pastor Jack!!!

 

The Cerces singing at the IAMM Convention (International Association of Music Ministries) in Mexia, Texas.

 

The Cerces at the Tupelo Gospel Expo in Tupelo, Mississippi with Dr. Buck Morton, Emcee of the National Quartet Convention, and Jon Eric, promoter of the  Expo.  (Pictured Left to Right: Lori Yarham, Terry Yarham Cliff Cerce, Anita Cerce,  Dr Buck Morton and Jon Eric).

 

Getting the van ready for the next trip. This is the part of the ministry that the audience never sees.

 

Anita gets some sleep while someone else is taking the wheel, driving us home after a long weekend. It will soon be her turn to drive again. We often travel more than 2000 miles between leaving Thursdays or Fridays and arriving home late on Mondays.

 

An after-concert get-together with Cliff and  Jon and Jim  Hunsaker in Jim's kitchen in Troy, NC. (Looks like they're solving all the problems of the world).

 

The Cerces sang about Jesus to about 130 Sioux Indian children in a Christmas celebration, sponsored by Second Baptist Church of Springfield, MO. The event was held on the Winnebago Indian Reservation near South Sioux City, Nebraska. 13 of the children accepted Christ as their Savior that day and received counsel and direction from Second Baptist Church workers.