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Elder Azikiwee Walton was born on October 16, 1977 to Angenetta Walton and Cornelius Young. From an early age Azikiwee, affectionately known as "Quay", had a fascination with drums and any other percussive instrument and begin to pursue that affection at the tender age of 18 months using two borrowed pens, a lap, and a church pew. This love for the drums ensured that he would be in and around churches all of his life and planted a seed for the plans that God had in store for him.
Brought up in the Church of God in Christ (COGIC) and a product of Classical Pentecostal teaching, he entered the way of salvation and was saved and baptized with the Holy Ghost at an early age. However, because of a tremendous pressure to fit in Elder Walton found himself walking in direct opposition of his character and running from the call of God on his life. But God, who is rich in mercy, intervened and allowed him the chance not only to return to a relationship with him, but entrusted him to preach his word.
He is a product of the Birmingham School System as a graduate of Phillips High School and a former member of the United States military as a United States Marine. Elder Walton is married to the former Mary V. Robinson and is the father of three beautiful children, Jasmin, Jailyn, and Judah.
He is currently under the covering and tutelage of Bishop L. Spenser Smith serving as the director of College Ministry for the Impact House. Elder Walton has emerged onto the scene with a relevant word that will touch young and old alike. With a diversified knowledge of both the sacred and secular, Elder Walton has learned to bridge the gap between the churched and unchurched, young and old, rich and poor. It his ultimate prayer that lives would be touched, healed, and delivered as he couples God's word with his own personal experience to show all people the power of God.
This is Jeff Bass, senior pastor of Praise Covenant Christian Center in Springfield, VA. We just recently launched a new 24/7 online gospel radio station. Please go to the following link to listen to it. www.praise2go.com After you check it out please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and give me your thoughts and comments. Looking forward to hearing back from you soon.
An Elderly Haitian Woman Praying - Let Us Pray with Her
Some Christian's have the tendency to think that they know the unrevealed will of God. When it come to God's Will the only resources that the Christian have is the Holy Spirit and the Word of God. When it come to God's judgement upon sin or upon a nation Christian's should be very mindful of what they say because we can be in danger of acting like they know the mind of God. In this message Pastor Nichols encourages Christian' to be prayerful for the Nations of Haiti instead of being jugdemental. If God was punishing Haiti for their sins through this earthquake then America is way pass due.