G-5 & The Gospel Boyz
  • Pulaski, TN
  • United States
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Temple Of Praise Church
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It was the vision of the late Paul Garrett to form a young men and young ladies gospel group in Pulaski. Paul had a love for music and wanted to share the talents of young gospel singers from this area. From his vision G-5 & the Gospel Boyz was formed.
We are a young Gospel Quartet Group from Pulaski, TN. We love to sing and uplift the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The overseer of our group is Apostle/Bishop Stanley R. Garrett, who is the Pastor of Temple of Praise Church in Pulaski, TN.
The members of our group are from different churches in our area. We have been singing as a group for approximately 2 years. Most of us has been singing and playing various instruments in our churches since we were very young. The youngest member and lead singer of our group is Akira (KeKe) Ray. He is only 12 years old, but he has a powerful anointed voice and is very humble in the Lord.
We have been blessed with the opportunity to open up for or perform with various quartets singers from around the US. Those artists include: Lee Williams & the Spiritual QC’s, The Canton Spirituals, Tim Rogers & the Fellas, George Dean & the Gospel Four, Keith Wonderboy Johnson, The Marable Twins, The Pilgrim Jubilees and many more. On February 5, 2011, we were invited to appear on the Bobby Jones Gospel Show (Vision Studio, Nashville, TN) which will be aired on the Word Network.
Favorite Preachers:
Bishop/Apostle Stanley R. Garrett, Bishop Jakes, Joel Osteen, Creflo Dollar, Joyce Meyers, Jesse Duplantis, Rod Parsley, and many more..

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At 1:21pm on August 24, 2012, Miss Pamela said…

Greetings in the name of God. Please i would be very grateful for any word of encouragement and prayers which is all i need now. I am going through much sufferings and pains. Thank you in anticipation for your kind words and prayers. You can reach me on (pamelasiak@yahoo.com). Thank you while i await your email. Gos bless

At 9:21pm on June 15, 2012, G.U.W. MINISTRY said…

At 12:13pm on June 12, 2012, G.U.W. MINISTRY said…

At 10:37am on June 11, 2012, G.U.W. MINISTRY said…

There is no mistake in the Bible. "Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of ANY PRIVATE INTERPRETAION. For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but HOLY MEN OF GOD spake as they were moved by the HOLY GHOST." If anyone claims to be finding mistakes in the Bible it is because they are, "...Natural brute beasts, made to be taken and destroyed, speak(ing) evil of the things that they understand not; and shall utterly perish in their own corruption." -2 Peter 1:20; 2:12 KJV

Peter - also writing about Paul's epistles - points out this fact that is prevalent in the Body of Christ today: "Paul also according to the wisdom given unto him hath written unto you; as also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are UNLEARNED and UNSTABLE wrest, as they do also THE OTHER SCRIPTURES, unto their own destruction." -2 Peter 3:16 KJV

So, we believe that there are NO MISTAKES in God's Word. We believe, by faith, that the entire, testimony of Scriptures is God's Word. Anyone who questions the authenticity of the Holy Scriptures may need to check what he or she is basing their faith on...!

- Rev. Arlee Turner Jr.; God's Ultimate Weapon Ministry


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