On Saturday, the Bishop C.D. Gearing, Jr., will talk at 11 a.m. followed by the night's schedule of events which include a message on "Recovering from Loss" presented by Shevon Peet, at 5 p.m., and the Rev. T.P. Johnson with his Praise Dancers at 7 p.m. The crusade is free to the public, but love donations will be accepted. Donations will go toward the Haiti Mission. Ms. Bonner has received much acclaim for her first album "He's Coming Back." She offers a soul-stirring, hand-clapping and feet stomping filled up-tempo with her bolstering ballads. Her latest album covers many different areas of gospel music, such as contemporary, traditional and urban. One of her songs "Get On Board" can be heard on the local WGAA Radio Station, which has been frequently played during the gospel music hour, according to crusade organizers. Originally from Oxford, Miss., Ms. Bonner is the daughter of the late Rev. Cassie E. Bonner, Sr., and Margurite Bonner Pinson. She has performed with The Bonner Singers, The William Brothers, Vickie Winans, and The Mighty Clouds of Joy. She says of why she sings: "I may not be able to sing like the angels nor preach like Paul. One thing is for sure, I love the Lord. I will let my light shine so men may see Christ through me in my smile, speech, song and my life." The gospel singer is being promoted by TRI Gospel. According to Rev. Johnson, the Haiti Mission has been the turning point in the ministry of his church, which is located in Niceville, Fla. The pastor has ties to the Cedartown area. Johnson says the Lord has placed a "burden in my spirit" for the people of Haiti. He has adopted a mission in Haiti, where Pastor Geordany Joseph's orphanage of approximately 30 children and seven churches in the village of Pinon are assisted. Donations from New Life and crusades supplies the income for the orphanage and churches.