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The Michael Calderin Show- today's guest is Gayle Gabriella Lamb Rabinowitz!

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Gayle Gabriella Lamb Rabinowitz has worked in the performing arts for more than thirty years. She is the lead Pastor of The Lamb’s A.R.C. (Actors & Artists Remembering Christ) Traveling Church & Evangelistic School of the Arts, and is an ordained minister. Her ministry uses the arts for God’s glory, "by taking the ordinary and making it extraordinary in Him." She is a New York native and now lives on Staten Island.

 Ms. Lamb is a an Author/Teacher/Pastor/Evangelist/Actor/Singer/Director/Cancer & Stroke Survivor who trains generations in using the ARTS for God's Glory and brings a message of faith hope and love to all!  

Ms. Lamb currently works with City Access New York,  Wagner College and Sundog Theatre as a teaching Artist and Instructor, curriculum writer, using the Arts to teach, mentor train and heal.

Ms. Lamb is the former Assistant Director of Staten Island' Drama Kids International and former Performing Arts & Children's Director at a Mega Church in Staten Island. Gabriella Lamb began her theatrical career in Yiddish Theater, working and touring throughout the United States.  She has worked in TV, Movies and Recording.

In 2017 Ms. Lamb published her first book Cafe' Beat Flowing with the Heartbeat of God, a 13 week hands on curriculum and devotional, training others to use the arts for God's glory, available in the U.S. and nationally on Amazon.com

Ms. Lamb’s vision is to train a generation both young and mature alike to use the Performing Arts to evangelize, teach and encourage people with all aspects of the arts, so they may use these talents to spread a positive message for today’s generation, and make an impact in their communities …and the world!

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