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Be Devoted and Give preference to one another Romans 12:10
Accept one another Romans 15:7
Care for one another 1 Cor. 12:25
Bear One anothers Burdens Galatians 6:2
Forgiving each other Ephesians 4:32
Encourage and build up one another 1 Thessalonians 5:11
Stimulate one Another to love and good deeds. Hebrews 10:24
Confess your sins to and pray for one another. James 5:16
Serving one another 1 Peter 4:10
Love One another 1 John 4:11
The Standards this House of God is Govern By! God Bless!
It could be his powerful, soulful voice, or his refreshing delivery that makes inspirational artist Wess Morgan such a thrill to bear witness to. Or maybe it’s because he has walked on a rough path—one that might have made another falter—that makes his music so moving, so unique, and so unforgettable. But one thing is for certain, Wess, by the grace of God, has proven that he is strong, resilient, and one of the most talented and anointed gospel / inspirational artists of this generation.
Born in Mississippi, but raised in Tennessee by an extremely musical family—his parents Joseph and Yolanda, both pastors, sang in and out of church—Wess knew at a young age that music and God was destined to be an integral part of his life. Along with his siblings, he began traveling with his parents, as they ministered the word of God through music, teaching, and preaching in churches across the United States.
But at the age of 11, Wess began experimenting with drugs and alcohol, eventually becoming addicted to cocaine and finding himself in and out of juvenile detention centers for most of his teens and 20s. It was while in jail, and about to be sentenced for seriously injuring his friends—in a horrifying car crash in which he was high, drunk, and speeding—that he spoke to God and God actually answered him. “I just cried out to God and asked Him to forgive me for what happened and to help me get straight,” Wess remembers. “I asked Him for a strategy and He spoke one word to me and that was ‘accountability.’ And I’ve been clean ever since.” Pursuing a singing career had always been a deep desire for Wess, but his addictions kept robbing him of the chance. After he beat his addiction, he finally went into the studio with Tre Corley, the pair ende up writing and producing Wess first sol project, "Look at Me Now!
Highlighting Music from the The Gospel Legend Pastor Andre' Crouch and one of Detroit's ChoirMasters, Pastor Oscar Hayes.....and the artists that they influenced
Join Dr. Teresa Graham and her special guest Demetrius Forbes, who's a gospel singer from Puyallup,WA. He has stated, "God's given me the gift of voice, and all I want to do is praise his name. Without him I am nothing, with him I am complete." Tune in and lets experience Demetrius music together. Show starts at-7:00PM (CST) & 8:00PM (EST). Dial into the show:516-531-9244
Today on My Gospel Soul
2pm Busting Loose in Faith with Apostle Thibeaux
3pm My Gospel Soul with Pastor J and Friends
I thank God for the Opportunity to Speak Life and Bring Joy and Encouragement over the Internet. We have been blessed to reach over 160,000 people. Via Facebook Twitter,
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Special Thanks to All Listeners
Jewel’s soulful and jazz-style of singing came as a result of growing up listening to artists like Witness, Commissioned, The Clark Sisters, and Anita Baker. Her love for songwriting began at eight years old with her introduction to poetry. This hunger and thirst for singing and writing would continue through her Elementary and High School years.
She attended Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan, where she received classical vocal training and sang with the University’s Ladies Chorus. As a student, Jewel continued to develop her craft-singing in the school's gospel choir and countless musical groups.
Jewel has been a member of the United Voices Mass Choir, under the direction of Darnell Crandle, and in 2003, Jewel joined a group named Simply Blessed, who in 2008 released their self-produced album "With You" with great local success. She was also a member of the Metropolitan Mass Choir, under the direction of Keith Ashmeade, the United Praise Ensemble, which led to her involvement in praise team ministry, which granted her the opportunity to sing for various congregations, opening up for such world- renowned figures such as Bishop T.D. Jakes & Marvin Sapp.
On the heels of that success, God still had an even bigger plan for Jewel’s future and she was called to spread the gospel through song as a solo artist. Her music ministry continues to reach others as a Minister of Music, Praise & Worship Leader and Choir Director.
Jewel's debut project, "Rain or Shine" is a testimony of her journey, filled with experiences of God's love, relationships, challenges and faith.