5524 Georgia Ave Kansas City, KS | Bethel Welborn subdivision | Norma Gray

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Welcome to 5524 Georgia Ave, Kansas City, KS! You won’t believe the size of this lot!. Located in Bethel Welborn, in Kansas City, KS on a treed lot with a large deck! Lots of room to grow in this 3 bedroom 2.5 bath ranch with full basement.

Kansas City Kansas School District

Elementary School: Welborn Elementary School
Middle School: Coronado Middle School
High School: FL Schlagle High School

Contact listing agent, Norma Gray with BHG Kansas City Homes at 913-506-4378 or [email protected] for a private showing of this or any other property.

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“Bless the Lord Oh My Soul”. Bishop Abney with Bethel Pentecostal Church Choir of Grand Rapids, MI.

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Bishop William C. Abney Jr. (9/9/1927 — 1/23/2007). Publically best known as: Pastor, Gospel recording-artist, charter-school founder, brother to gospel musician and author Etterlene DeBarge, and uncle to the famous DeBarge siblings.

Excerpt from Apostolic Archives International:
He received his call to the ministry in 1950, and later attended the Detroit Bible Institute. William obtained an Associate Degree from Bethel Practical School of Theology, and was ordained by the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, (PAW) in 1960. He received as Honorary Doctorate Degree from Aenon Bible College in August, 1984.
Bishop Abney served faithfully in the service of the Master from his youth. Saved as a teenager, he was a great inspirational leader both to the young and the old. He was director of the church choir and youth auxiliary at the Bethel Apostolic Church in Detroit under the pastorate of the late Dr. Benjamin J. Goode, where he grew up. Bishop Abney was also a renowned gospel singer with some recording experience to his credit. [More at:

Excerpt from article written by: Joshua Aldredge 1/28/2007:
Bishop Abney joined Bethel in 1961, when the congregation met in a drug store. The church now has more than 400 members. He is also noted for starting a charter school, William C. Abney Academy in 1998.

Entire video at: uploaded by Kenny Keys (2organman)

Big Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church of Atlanta Petition to Congress

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This Inside the Vaults video short tells the story of the African-American congregation of the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church of Atlanta, who petitioned the U.S. Congress for compensation after the Civil War. The church was burned to the ground during the Civil War by Union troops under General William Tecumseh Sherman’s command. Their seven-page petition, in the legislative holdings at the National Archives, is a heartfelt narrative of the church’s history and includes 234 signatures of free blacks and former slaves who were members of the congregation. The claim was presented to Congress on February 14, 1866, but the name of the church that appears in the petition is found nowhere else in the federal claims records. National Archives Senior Archivist Reginald Washington used the National Archives holdings to discover that the church never received compensation and that it still exists today as Big Bethel Church.

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Deep cries out – Bethel Church (Feat. William Mathews) (Best Worship Song with lyrics)

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Bethel Church – Deep cries out, New Album: Be lifted high, Year: 2011

I’ve got a river of living water
A fountain that never will run dry
It’s open Heavens You’re releasing
And we will never be denied

Cause we’re stirring up deep deep wells
We’re stirring up deep deep waters
We’re going to dance in the river, dance in the river
Cause we’re stirring up deep deep wells
We’re stirring up deep deep waters
We’re going to jump in the river
Jump in the river and everybody singing now

Deep cries out to deep cries out to
Deep cries out to deep cries out to
So we cry out to, we cry out to, You Jesus

We’re falling into deeper waters, calling out to You
We’re walking into deeper waters, going after You

If He goes to the left then we’ll go to the left
And if He goes to the right then we’ll go to the right
We’re going to jump jump jump jump in the river
Jump jump jump jump, everybody
If He goes to the left then we’ll go to the left
And if He goes to the right then we’ll go to the right
We’re going to dance dance, dance dance in the river
Dance dance, dance dance, everybody
If He goes to the left then we’ll go to the left
And if He goes to the left then we’ll go to the right
We’re going to shout shout shout shout in the river
Shout shout shout shout in the river, everybody

The Beth-El Temple Voices of Christ, Baltimore MD, “Use Me Lord”

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A throwback from The 1993 Choir anniversary of the Beth-El Temple Voices of Christ in Baltimore, MD singing “Use Me Lord” with Lady Christine Evans and the Late Apostle Robert Evans, Jr. on lead vocals, enjoy!

Watch False Teacher Heidi Baker Imparting Demons And Casting Spells At Bethel Church

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Heidi Baker is a rising star in the Prosperity Movement, and she is connected with Bethel Church in Redding, California. She has a global ministry that takes in millions and millions of dollars every year and like most Prosperity Gospel performers, she lives the good life. And as this video will prove beyond the shadow of any lingering doubt, she is a portal for demons looking for places to land. They are landing in bunches at Bethel Church.