“He’s Coming Again”- Voices of Zion of Columbus, GA



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Artist: The Voices of Zion of Columbus, GA, under the direction of Kenneth D. Bonaparte
(Antioch Seventh-Day Adventist Church)
Album: I’ve Got A Right To Praise The Lord: LIVE IN GREENVILLE, SC
Year: 1970’s
Pianists/Organists: Kenneth D. Bonaparte & Norman Hardman

“Claim The Victory”- Voices of Zion of Columbus, GA



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Artist: The Voices of Zion of Columbus, GA, under the direction of Kenneth D. Bonaparte
(Antioch Seventh-Day Adventist Church)
Album: I’ve Got A Right To Praise The Lord: LIVE IN GREENVILLE, SC
Year: 1970’s
Pianists/Organists: Kenneth D. Bonaparte & Norman Hardman

“To Those Who Believe”- Bibleway Church of Atlas Road Mass Choir



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The Bibleway Church of Atlas Road Mass Choir of Columbia, SC singing “To Those Who Believe.” From their album TO THOSE WHO BELIEVE. Sallie Loyd & Frank English III are the soloists.

Bishop Andrew C. Jackson- Pastor.
Ocie Goode- Organ
Matthew McCants- Drums
Ralph King- Drums
Sallie Loyd & Frank English III- Directors

“My God Can Do Anything”- Trinity Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida



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The Trinity Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida singing “My God Can Do Anything,” which was a really hot number for James Cleveland & the Angelic Choir of Nutley, New Jersey.

“The Master’s Hand”- Bethel A.M.E Church Choir of Baltimore, MD



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The Bethel A.M.E Church Choir of Baltimore, Maryland, singing “The Master’s Hand.” From the 1970’s album I AIN’T SHAME! A sermon, titled “I Ain’t Shame”, by the pastor at that time; Pastor John R. Bryant, is on the other side.

“Prayer Changes Things”- First Apostolic Institutional Church of Baltimore, MD



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The historical First Apostolic (Faith) Institutional Church of Baltimore, Maryland, which was founded in 1917 by the late Bishop Joseph Turpin. Much of today’s and yesterday’s generation remembers Bishop W. A. Showell as the mighty pastor, until his death in the late 1980’s. However you remember, I’m sure you’ve been touched one way or another by the ministry of this great church. The Showell’s are still singing, shouting and giving God the GLORY! I post these recordings in honor of the Bishop W.A. Showell & the lovely DeeDee Showell!

“Peace In The Valley”- First Apostolic Institutional Church of Baltimore, MD



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The historical First Apostolic (Faith) Institutional Church of Baltimore, Maryland, which was founded in 1917 by the late Bishop Joseph Turpin. Much of today’s and yesterday’s generation remembers Bishop W. A. Showell as the mighty pastor, until his death in the late 1980’s. However you remember, I’m sure you’ve been touched one way or another by the ministry of this great church. The Showell’s are still singing, shouting and giving God the GLORY! I post these recordings in honor of the Bishop W.A. Showell & the lovely DeeDee Showell!

“Lord, Lord, Lord”- Trinity Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida



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*DISCLAIMER- I don’t own the rights to this video. This is just a fan post, sharing history with all who want to learn*
The Trinity Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida singing their rendition of Alex Bradford’s composition, “Lord, Lord, Lord.” This little fella is singing his heart out! Go’head!!!

“Jesus Can Work It Out”- Greater Friendship Baptist Church of Anchorage, Alaska



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The Greater Friendship Baptist Church Choir of Anchorage, Alaska singing their rendition of the George Jordan’s composition, “Jesus Can Work It Out.”

“Consecrate Me”- First Apostolic Institutional Church of Baltimore, MD



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The historical First Apostolic (Faith) Institutional Church of Baltimore, Maryland, which was founded in 1917 by the late Bishop Joseph Turpin. Much of today’s and yesterday’s generation remembers Bishop W. A. Showell as the mighty pastor, until his death in the late 1980’s. However you remember, I’m sure you’ve been touched one way or another by the ministry of this great church. The Showell’s are still singing, shouting and giving God the GLORY! I post these recordings in honor of the Bishop W.A. Showell & the lovely DeeDee Showell!