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In Troubled Times, Does 'The Black Church' Still Matter? Preachers Leading.
Rev. Whalen Oliver Pastor Antioch #1 Missionary Baptist Church
Rev.Willie Blue Pastor at Historical Second Saint Siloam MBC
Pastor Otis Dion Culliver
These are trying times in our country. Folks are hurting, bewildered, and confused. It is times like these that reveal true leadership; Those willing to stand up and speak out to confront controversial topics and provide direction and proactive solutions. Your ability to marry Christianity with social activism is reminiscent of the great leaders of the Civil Rights era. Keep up the great work!
Rev.Willie Blue Radio interview link @http://blogtalk.vo.llnwd.net/o23/show/6/138/show_6138885.mp3
Rev. Marcus A. William
Rev. Corey Morrow
John L. Fisher Community center
In Troubled Times, Does 'The Black Church' Still Matter?
From Michel Martin Going There
African-American clergy, academics and activists will hold a march on Washington this week, protesting the grand jury decisions in Ferguson, Mo. and New York City and call on the federal government to intervene in the prosecutions of police officers accused of unjustified use of force.
I talked with Reverend Raphael Warnock and Eddie Glaude, Jr., two prominent African-American religious thinkers, about the role of black churches in the wake of major protests and demonstrations inspired by events in Ferguson and New York City. Warnock is the senior pastor at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga. — a pulpit once held by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. — and was in Washington to attend a conference hosted by the Black Church Center for Justice and Equality. Glaude is a professor of religion and chair of the Center for African American Studies at Princeton University. In 2010, he wrote an attention-grabbing essay called "The Black Church is Dead."
A black parishioner shares his frustration with the absence of outrage from the pulpit at his majority-white place of worship.
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Join us this Sunday, December 21, 2014 @ 6:30 p.m. with your hosts Evg. Globee Pope and Min. Derrick Tuggle as they kick off another episode of "Glorious Gospel Vibes"! Christmas is on the table and we are going to enjoy the feast! Our special guest this week will be Gospel Recording Artist Katharine T. Williams, aka "COCO", sharing her new release "Let Me Live Just A Little While Longer"! Also in da house will be Min. Lois "Candee" Vernon with 'Inspiration Corner' along with none other than Sista Vangelist Peppercorn. So don't be square, be dare or Sista Peppercorn gone have to see bout cha, be bout cha!
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Ever wonder where Gospel music, as we know it, started? Was it Mississippi or Georgia, Texas or somewhere in Ohio? Could it have been Chicago, Illinois?
Well, we did too and to answer that question you would need a historian. Someone who has studied long and hard with a passion for truth and is qualified to shed light on this topic by sharing their knowledge, research and experience. We found several individuals and tonight’s guest is one of them.
Bob Marovich is a gospel music historian, author, and radio host. “Gospel Memories,” a radio program of classic gospel, spiritual, and jubilee music, airs on Chicago’s WLUW-FM.
Bob writes about classic and contemporary gospel music as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Gospel Music (www.journalofgospelmusic.com). The website, formerly known as The Black Gospel Blog, was nominated for a Rhythm of Gospel Award in 2013.
Bob’s work has been published widely in reference books and His first book, “A City Called Heaven: Chicago and the Birth of Gospel Music”, will be published in March 2015 by the University of Illinois Press - Music in American Life Series.
Join Host Petula Beckles as Bob shares his wealth of Gospel Music knowledge with us tonight.
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Join us this Sunday, March 1, 2015 @ 6:30 p.m. as we explore another episode of "Glorious Gospel Vibes"! Tune in to get your indie praise on with your hosts Evg. Globee Pope and Min.l Derrick Tuggle, bringing independent gospel artist to the forefront of gospel music. Featuring some of the most talented Gospel Artist in the US and abroad! Also joining them will be Min. Lois "Candee" Vernon and Sista Vangelist Peppercorn will be in 'da house! So don't see 'bout it, be 'bout it, this Sunday! Don't forget, see ya!
HISTORY - THE ORIGIN OF GOSPEL MUSIC
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- FISK UNIVERSITY SINGERS
-CLARA WARD SINGERS, MAHALIA JACKSON, STAPLE SINGERS & MORE
LEARN about the two type of spirituals that emerged during the 18th and 19th centuries.
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Join us this Sunday, February 22, 2015 @ 6:30 p.m. with your hosts Evg. Globee Pope and Min. Derrick Tuggle as they bring you another fabulous episode of "Glorious Gospel Vibes"! They will be introducing more independent gospel artists from all around the globe. Also joining them will be Min. Lois "Candee" Vernon with 'Inspiration Corner' and Sista Vangelist Peppercorn will be in 'da house. So don't forget to tune in into this exciting broadcast of laughter and fun! See ya There!
Recording Artist, seven albums Author of four books, Good Morning Granny, Meet the Master, The Village, Sunday Snow Storm, Behold the Beauty.. Artist, Preforming in Gospel Fest in Des Moines June 2015. Preacher, teacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, National Evanggelist, mentor of family and prayer partner of all standing in the need of prayer. Jesus truly is the author and finisher of my faith. Come join me on the Voice of Joy with a word of wisdom and encouragement for those who are or are not going through a storm. Live so God can use you. Love so people know you care, Laugh so healing virtues can flow. Learn from the Word of God. God bless and keep you.
The Gospel Music experience cannot be told in a short story, or even in a melody of songs, for it is far too rich, far too harmonious and deliberately stimulating. It is a living experience, always changing, always giving, and always becoming the foundation that gave moral, physical and spiritual support to a great and powerful people.
Gospel Music is a shining beacon of hope, a fantastic journey of joy divine, and a triumphant victory in God that comes from deep down in the souls of God’s Chosen People. The greatest melodies and the most stimulating songs have been given to this Nation and the World through the African American experience.
There has been no other event in history that has been more compelling, convincing, or persuasive than Gospel Music. Some of the most beautiful music of all times was born out of intense grief and suffering, and Gospel Music is no exception.
After thousands of years, the sound of Gospel Music is still enthralling and captivating because it stands against the social background as a shadow of today’s community problems and dilemmas. From the 1930’s to the 1960’s desperate circumstances controlled our lives; despair and hope, life and death; but Gospel Music mirrored our predicaments as a collective group of people, it reflected upon our social status, and eventually reverberated in our made up minds that God was indeed on our sides.
Join us as we take a closer look at the history of Gospel Music. Host, Petula Beckles will speak with Industry Professionals Zadella "Mama" Curtis, and Dr. D. Join US! (917)932-8802.
This segment is 120 minutes of Gospel, uplifting, inspirational and affirming MUSIC. A message of love, acceptance and empowerment! God is Love and Love is for Everyone! If you made it to church and want a little bit more shout or didn't make it outside of bedside baptist, it doesn't make a difference. God is where you need God to be! Open your heart, feel God's love and let the music minister to you. Just keep in mind that JaVonne is no angel, just another servant! God Bless
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