Black Preaching Network
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Started by Pastor Andre Thompson Aug 2, 2013.
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August 30 & 31st at 8:00 PM Ain't No Stopping Us Now, We're On The Move!" That's right, we're back with a new…Continue
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On Friday & Saturday, August 8 & 9, we are inviting all singers, musicians, dancers, poets, ministers and artists of all creative backgrounds to encounter the presence of God in a prophetic experience of worship and the arts.
The African American Church is filled with a rich heritage of creative expression in worship, prayer and prophetic ministry. It is our mission to see the them fulfill their God-ordained role as leaders in prayer and prophetic worship movement.
Join the African American Forerunner Alliance for IHOP Eastern Gate (950 Raritan Road Cranford NJ 07016) for a Worship Arts Weekend to call and equip African American believers to function as intercessory missionaries and end time messengers unto the Day of the Lord.
For more information contact Ajeane Knibye, AAFA Director at 609-789-2337 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Event Schedule Friday, August 8
-7pm - African American Creative Expression & Prophetic Destiny
Saturday, August 9 -12n - Luncheon(Q&A) with Guests Speakers
-1pm - Forerunner Leadership Institute
-3pm - Power & Influence of Media in the End Times
-4pm - The Role of Creative Expression in the Prayer Movement
-7pm - Contending for End Time Revival amongst African & Latino Americans
This event is free of charge. Freewill offering will be taken. Please share this with others
*****Check Out “Keep On Believing” Praise Remix by Kamal Emanuel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDqmi70AMB0
****Things Will Get Better**
***I Carry My Cross****
New Jersey, You Must Check Out the Inspirational and Spirit Filled Bless the Stage Events (Google Bless the Mic Christian) Serious!
Things will get better is gospel house, soulful house with a smooth warm feel and singing by Vulenzo with strong inspirational spoken word poetry by Kamal Emanuel aka Kamal Imani! Enjoy! Get it in with this hot and soulful inspirational Gospel House Music track by crooner Vulenzo and producer spoken word poet Kamal Emanuel! Be inspired!
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Check out my new song with my brother Vulenzo!
Original video footage taped by Newblackmusic.net and Williams Media
YOU WILL BE MY WITNESS
A Gospel Tract Workshop
By Warrior Richardson, Instructor
Develop drawing skills and learn to use them to present the good news about Jesus Christ in a fun and exciting way.
This workshop consists of eight 4-hour sessions for a total of 32 hours. The first two hours of each session consists of learning to communicate the basics of the Christian faith clearly. The last two hours consist of learning basic drawing skills.
For more information go to www.warriorrichardson.com.
I Carry My Cross-I Surrender!
Dance, Work Out, Praise the Lord and get your holy ghost party on with this hot Gospel dance song! It's inspirational and fun while reminding you to carry your cross, stay on your post and walk by faith and not by site! Are you ready to Jump for Jesus? Well that should be the subtitle of this song because the uplifting Chicago House Music beat along with the praise and inspirational lyrics by Kim Williams and Spoken Word by Kamal makes church goers and believers want to jump up and give him praise.
And, I'll tell you a secret...This song is also good to work out too (lol).
So let's get going with the new Gospel Dance Hit "I Carry My Cross"!
Purchase on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/i-c...
Bless the Mic Innertainment!
c2013 Kamal-Kim W.
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