Psalmist Tiffany Boone ..Beulah Missionary Baptist Church Mass Choir..Best Days.. Praise Break

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*My cover for a song sung and written by someone else, public domain video*
Praise Break Psalmist Tiffany Boone sings Best Days of My Life with Beulah Missionary Baptist Church Mass Choir. Rev. Jerry D Black pastor.
A proud product of the state of Arkansas, Reverend Jerry D. Black, pastor of the Beulah Missionary Baptist Church, Decatur, Georgia, hails from the small town of Blytheville, Arkansas, where he developed a love and sense of compassion for others. Even as a boy, he exemplified a spirit of devotion and cared for the needs of others more than his own. Reared by his great-grandmother, the late Mrs. Pearl Grant, the young Jerry spent time with “Mama Pearl” seeing that her needs were met as she grew older and less able to care for herself. These early years laid the foundation for the life and the ministry of a humble servant of God.

Although best known for his gift of preaching, his ministry began in music. He started playing the piano at the age of eight and quickly distinguished himself as a talented musician. He accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior at the age of 12, and during his teens, he served as Minister of Music at his home church, the West End Baptist Church, Blytheville, Arkansas.
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Mother Arlie Mae Boone, COGIC Pioneer, Prayer Warrior and Intercessor September 8, 2012

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Mother Arlie Mae Boone, Founder of First Church of God in Christ church in Winston-Salem NC (Pastor Bernie Cundiff) Mother Boone was presented with an honorary plaque as a Prayer Warrior and Intercessor from Greater North Carolina Jurisdictional Bishop Leroy Jackson Woolard.

Dan Boone: Talking About the Things That Divide Us

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From NPH’s The New Familiar Stage at General Assembly 2013

Dan Boone, President of Trevecca Nazarene University, discusses how to talk about difficult topics with a panel of guests.

Dr. Boone’s guests include:
Brannon Hancock, Worship Pastor at Xenia, Ohio Church of the Nazarene
Tim Brooks, Senior Pastor at Victory Church of the Nazarene, St. Petersburg, Florida
Junior Forasteros, Teaching Pastor at Bevercreek, Ohio Church of the Nazarene
Tara Thomas Smith, Discipleship Pastor at Clarksville, Tennessee Community Hope Church of the Nazarene

Haunted Places in North Carolina

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From Charlotte to Raleigh, Greensboro to Durham, the Tar Heel state is covered in supernatural mistery, which is why The Speakeasy presents our picks for the top 10 most haunted places in North Carolina. Enjoy!


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