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Murray, UT – Gospel artist Mahalia Jackson said, “When you sing gospel you have a feeling there is a cure for what's wrong.” When someone sings from the heart in praise of God, it fills their spirit, restores their faith and inspires fellow believers.
Mama's Temple Church Choir is a Pentecostal gospel choir led by Minister of Music Rosalind E. Cazares. Named for Rosalind’s mother, Dr. Rosemary (Mama) Redmon Cosby, the choir has since gone to become one of the most renowned in the country, even performing with contemporary artists like Reba McEntire, Lyle Lovett, Michael Bolton and Celine Dion.
“We’re keeping Mama’s legacy alive,” says Rosalind.
Mama and her four children left Indianapolis in 1961 after Mama received a call from God. Rosalind herself has been singing gospel music since she was seven years old, and at its peak, the choir featured over 250 members singing its songs of praise.
But the choir had fallen on hard times in 1983 and would have remained that way until Rosalind answered her own call from God.
“I had a dream that I was leading my mother’s choir,” Rosalind recalls. “She called me back two weeks later and asked me, ‘Do you think you can direct the choir?” I said ‘I believe I can.’ It is hard work, but I love it. It’s in my heart.”
Under the direction of the Cazares, the choir has brought its unique traditional gospel music to countless venues throughout the state of Utah for over 30 years, performing everything from “Amazing Grace” to Pharrell's “Happy.”
“When I sing these songs it fills my spirit. I feel God, so of course you’ve got to get that shout in,” laughs Cazares. “It’s a really good feeling to hear the sound of all these voices singing His praise. God can hear us.”
The Single Woman in the Black Church
Black females have long been considered the backbone of the Black community and the cornerstone of their families and churches. But what is the price Black women have paid to wear this crown of fool’s gold.
An examination of any congregation of average Black church shows that single Black females fill the pews. Results of a recent study “ African Americans and Religion” by the PEW Research Center’s Forum on Religion and Public Life found that “African Americans are markedly more religious on a variety measures than the U. S. population as a whole.”
Almost 90% of Black Americans express “absolutely certain belief in God” compared to just over 70% of the total U.S. population, Two other important statistics gleaned from this survey: (1) 80% of Black Americans report that religion
Is their lives as compared to 57% of the general U.S. population; and 55% of Black Americans report that they “interpret scripture literally” as compared to 32% of the general U.S. population.
The PEW study also reported that “Men are significantly more likely than women to claim no religious affiliation, Nearly one-in-five men say they have no formal religious affiliation, compared with roughly 13% of women.”
Barbara Billingsley, Tara Billingsley, Erica George, Lydia Davis and Nycole Johnson discuss the topic.
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