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Today's show is dedicated to my Daddy. The Late Mr. Henry Rudolph Duke, who always said read the bible for yourself, so you’re not confused by the mysterious nay sayers. He was my first bible teacher, and he knew the bible backwards and forward, which explained his awe-inspiring character. We came from a long line of what we call, mental giant Pastors. Its runs in the blood.
To Help celebrate Father day we will be blessed to hear the eye opening Jaw droping. Might man of God.
Jamal-Harrison Bryant has broken the stereotype of yesterday’s clergyman. He is the leader of a new breed of ministers who embrace the idea of capitalizing on the ever-increasing marketplace of the internet and technological innovations to spread the gospel. With more than 7,500 members attending weekly services at Empowerment Temple in Baltimore, Maryland and approximately 35,000 followers on Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace, he believes that “God is not just in the church; He is also in technology.” His mission is to “empower people spiritually, develop them educationally, expose them culturally, activate them politically, and strengthen them economically.”
Under Bryant’s leadership, his church has expanded into the Empowerment Academy serving grades pre-K through seven and the Empowerment Family Life Center. These two institutions serve the community by offering quality education, foreclosure assistance, food and clothing, The church has pledged thousands of dollars to get guns off the street and to lower the crime rate.
It’s this kind of real-life ministry that ignited the explosive growth of Empowerment Temple from the 43-member home Bible study group to the fastest-growing church in the AME denomination. Members are challenged to live life at the next level through Bryant’s brilliant illumination of the Word of God and dynamic delivery.
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