Dr. Lane Tipton preaching Romans 1:1-7 at Jeremy Boothby’s ordination service.



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Dr. Lane Tipton from Westminster Theological Seminary preaches Romans 1:1-7, “The Gospel of God’s Son and the Obedience of Faith” at the ordination and installation service of Jeremy Boothby as pastor of Christ Covenant Presbyterian Church (OPC) in Amarillo, Texas. November 7, 2014.

Dr. Ceasar Clark Preaching ‘Being On Fire For God’ #1



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The Prince of Preachers ministering on why we need to be on Fire for God, Great preaching about The Burning Bush

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The Rev. Dr. C.A.W. Clark Sr., who spent more than half a century preaching from the pulpit of the Good Street Baptist Church, a South Dallas church, died Sunday July 27, 2008. He was 93. Born Caesar Arthur Walter Clark on Dec. 13, 1914, in Shreveport, La., Clark was ordained in 1933 and led his first pastorate at the Israelite Baptist Church in Longstreet, La., at the age of 19.

He joined Good Street in September 1950 and remained there until his death. Good Street became one of Dallas’ first black mega-churches, opening its doors to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1956. Clark, a friend of King’s father, encouraged the younger King in his work.

“This is the passing of an era. We won’t see his likes again,” the Rev. Gerald Britt Jr., vice president for public policy at Central Dallas Ministries, told The Dallas Morning News for its Monday editions. “He was a master of the pulpit who influenced generations of preachers.”

At Good Street, Clark oversaw the opening of day care centers, a credit union, low-income housing and a legal clinic. “Everybody who knows anything about black Baptist life is familiar with C.A.W. Clark,” Cleophus LaRue, author of the book The Heart of Black Preaching, told The Dallas Morning News in 2006. “He was regarded as one of the great black preachers in the 20th century.”
C. A. W. Clark Ministries, Inc . is established by Mrs. Carolyn E. Clark, wife of Dr. C. A. W. Clark, to honor the preaching ministry legacy of her husband Dr. C. A. W. Clark, Sr.
The Rev. Dr. C.A.W. Clark Sr., who spent more than half a century preaching from the pulpit of the Good Street Baptist Church, a South Dallas church, died Sunday July 27, 2008. He was 93. Born Caesar Arthur Walter Clark on Dec. 13, 1914, in Shreveport, La., Clark was ordained in 1933 and led his first pastorate at the Israelite Baptist Church in Longstreet, La., at the age of 19.

He joined Good Street in September 1950 and remained there until his death. Good Street became one of Dallas’ first black mega-churches, opening its doors to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1956. Clark, a friend of King’s father, encouraged the younger King in his work

06-03-18 | Sunday Sermon | Dr. Clifford A. Jones Sr. | Friendship Charlotte



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06-03-18 | Sunday Sermon | Dr. Clifford A. Jones Sr. | Friendship Charlotte

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2933 S BISCAYNE DR, NORTH PORT FL 34287 – Real Estate – For Sale –



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Dr. Umar Johnson Discusses Inter-Racial Marriage, President Trump, Self-Hatred & More



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Dr. Umar Johnson Discusses Inter-Racial Marriage, President Trump, Self-Hatred & More

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Dr. Phil Asks Amy and Sammy About Their Behavior on “Kitchen Nightmares”



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Restaurant owners Amy and Sammy became infamous last May after they say they were depicted as villains on the reality TV show Kitchen Nightmares. Dr. Phil has some tough questions for the couple about their actions on the show — was it smoke and mirrors for TV or just bad behavior?

Someday – Aeolians of Oakwood University Tribute to Dr. Lloyd Mallory Jr. 2017



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During the 70th Anniversary Celebration of the Aeolians of Oakwood University, the reunion choir paid tribute to Dr. Lloyd Mallory Jr., former director of the Aeolians, with a rendition of Someday, arranged by Nathan Carter. The rendition features former Aeolian, Soprano Anika Sampson-Anderson, as the lead soloist, and took place at the Oakwood University Church in Huntsville, AL.

Yuma Tent Revival – Dr. Harter



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Dr. Melvin Harter From Miracle Valley Preaches About Salvation Under The Gospel Tent In Yuma AZ. This Is Just A Sample Of The Powerful Message During The Tent Revival That Is From April 7 -11, 2010 At 32th St. and 4th In Yuma, Az. That Is In The Old Mervyn’s Parking Lot Across The Street From Sears.

34 Summit Ridge Dr West Little Rock Arkansas Homes for Sale 72211 Pulaski County



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Where Are the Christians Now? | Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II



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May 7th, 2013 – In an address at Martin Street Baptist Church in Raleigh, Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II asks his fellow Christians, in the light of the regressive legislation pouring out of the North Carolina General Assembly, “Where are you now?”

Dont Miss the Shift – Rev. Dr. Lisa D. Weah



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Alfred Street Baptist Church’s Women’s Ministry held their annual Women’s Day Service on October 11th and 12th, 2014. The Guest Preacher was Rev. Dr. Lisa D. Weah,from Baltimore Maryland’s New Bethlehem Baptist Church. Rev Weah’s Sermon was Excellent and appropriately themed “Do Not Miss the Shift”