Gospel Music Association Reschedules GMA Honors & Hall of Fame Ceremony

The 7th annual GMA Honors & Hall of Fame ceremony has been rescheduled for 2021, the Gospel Music Association announced on Tuesday (April 14). The ceremony will now be held May 12, 2021; the event was previously slated to take place at Nashville’s Lipscomb University campus on May 6, 2020.

The previously announced inductees include 4Him (CCM), Bill Hearn (non-performing), Commissioned (Gospel) and The Isaacs (Southern Gospel). The 2020 honorees are Chris Tomlin for Angel Armies, Steve Moore for The Shalom Foundation, Wes Campbell and Dave Wagner for Thriving Children’s Foundation (TCA), and Willie Moore Jr. for Bethany Christian Services.

The GMA Honors & Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony supports the preservation efforts and educational programs of the GMA Foundation. The event celebrates individuals and organizations in gospel music that are making considerable contributions to the world through their humanitarian efforts, as well as their talents. The GMA Honors’ inaugural ceremony was held in 2014; among the honorees that year included Brown Bannister, The Gaither Vocal Band, Take 6, the late Rich Mullins, Dr. Bobby Jones, Don Moen, Michael Guido and the non-profit organizations Show Hope and World Vision.

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