I Feel Alive w/ Amazing Grace intro | Live At The Waiting Room



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KLB Live from one of our favorite joints. The Waiting Room in Omaha, Nebraska. Playing one of our favorite songs, ‘I Feel Alive’. We are joined by the one and only Mama Lenny from Mama Lenny & The Remedy fame. You might recognize Mama Lenny’s voice from doing a lot of background vocals on KLB’s recordings. I was glad she jumped up and performed with us. She is an amazing singer and a wonderful spirit. Hope you dig it. Please share and spread good vibes.

Big shout out to Trevor Groenjes who videotaped the concert and also to all our Omahomies who keep giving us so much love and support. See ya soon I hope…

Kris

Delano California – Feel the Momentum



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Pastor Jamal Bryant Sermons 2016 – I Feel Like I Am Ready



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Jamal Harrison Bryant (born May 21, 1971) is an African-American pastor, as of February 2008, of the Empowerment Temple AME Church in his Baltimore, Maryland in the U.S. He is the son of Bishop John Richard Bryant and Rev. Cecilia Williams-Bryant, the latter of whom, as of this date, is an official of the 4th District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. The younger Bryant is a graduate of Morehouse College and of Duke Divinity School.
Jamal Bryant was born in Baltimore, Maryland, to Bishop John Richard Bryant and Rev. Cecilia Williams-Bryant in Cambridge, MA while Bishop Bryant (at the time Rev. John Bryant) was the pastor at St. Paul AME Church. While growing up, Jamal Bryant saw the influence and dissected the messages his mother and father delivered each time they stepped in the pulpit. When his father was elected bishop in the African Methodist Episcopal Church the summer of 1988, the family spent time in Africa for their first assignment. The time spent in Africa helped change and prepare Jamal Bryant for his call to the ministry in the church.
Jamal Bryant dropped out of high school after the 11th grade but later obtained a GED to further his education. He holds a BA degree in Political Science and International Studies from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, and earned a MA of Divinity degree from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. In 2005, he received his Doctorate of Ministry degree from the unaccredited Graduate Theological Foundation. In 1988, Jamal Bryant spent a year in West Africa in what he calls his Damascus Road experience.
Prior to his role as pastor, Jamal Bryant served as the director of the NAACP’s youth and college division. A dynamic motivational speaker, he was responsible for over 650 youth councils and college chapters representing over 68,000 young people in the United States, Germany, and Japan. Today, his ecumenical messages have been heard in places abroad such as South Africa, Belgium, England, and India.
Jamal Bryant founded Empowerment Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church in 1999. The congregation has grown rapidly, becoming a major Baltimore mega-church with more than 10,000 members. Rev. Jamal Bryant and the congregation have a large digital and television footprint. Rev. Jamal Bryant claims more than 35,000 followers on Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace, and his “Power for Life” program is broadcast on nine different stations around the country.
Under Jamal Bryant’s leadership, his church has expanded into the Empowerment Academy serving grades pre-K through seven and the Empowerment Family Life Center. These two institutions serve the community by offering quality education, foreclosure assistance, food and clothing, Christmas gifts, and Single Parents’ Wheels car-buying assistance program. The church has pledged thousands of dollars to get guns off the street and to lower the crime rate.
Over the years, Jamal Bryant’s ministry has also become an international effort as he has ministered in Africa, France, England, India, and Australia. He is the host of the Got Power television broadcast which is seen in 35 cities in the U.S., and the radio broadcast is currently heard by a half million people across the continent of Africa.

*Audio* I Don’t Feel Noways Tired_Part 1 & 2: Rev. James Cleveland & The Salem Inspirational Choir



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Rev. James Cleveland presents, The Salem Inspirational Choir of Omaha, Nebraska. Featuring Rev. James Cleveland & Minister Keith Pringle, released 1978.

THE CLOSE_Presiding Bishop Paul S. Morton ‘I Feel Like Preaching in this Place’



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Powerful Sermon Ending about Taking The Limits Off in our life in Christ.

Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. was born in Windsor Ontario, Canada but was destined to move to the United States. God had a special calling on his life that extended far beyond the Canadian borders. In 1972, he moved to New Orleans, Louisiana. Not long after, he became the Senior Pastor of the Greater Saint Stephen Missionary Baptist Church. He served faithfully there for thirty-three years. Under his leadership, it became a “Full Gospel” Baptist Church, expanding to three areas of the city, maximizing at seven services per Sunday.

However, after the devastating storm, Katrina, God repositioned him. At God’s command, he passed the mantle to his wife, Debra B. Morton, who now serves as Senior Pastor of the mother church in New Orleans. Bishop Morton now serves as Senior Pastor of the “baby” church, G.S.S. Changing A Generation, in Atlanta, Georgia which was birthed out of the mother church. Bishop Paul S. Morton and Pastor Debra Morton now serve as each other’s Co-Pastor. Now “One Church in Two States”, their slogan is “Changing The Way We Do Church!”

Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. is also the founding Presiding Bishop of one of the fastest growing movements in America – The Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International.

As an apostle, he has birthed many churches out of Greater Saint Stephen, New Orleans. Bishop Morton is also an international television preacher who, for over twenty-five years, reaches thousands of souls for the Lord on a weekly basis.

Morton is also a gifted author and an anointed singer, having received five Stellar Awards.

His life in Christ is evidenced by his love and compassion for his family, the brethren and those who are lost.

Many esteem him as a Pastor’s Pastor; a Leader’s Leader; His wife and children revere him as a loving husband and role model father.

Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. who strives to exemplify the heart of God, is truly God’s Man!

Le’Andria Johnson – “I Don’t Feel No Ways Tired” (03.02.12)



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Le’Andria blesses the congregation at Kentucky Church of God Retreat Center in Lexington KY with her rendition of “I Don’t Feel No Ways Tired”

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Church In Sitka Alaska Shares Forgiveness It’s For Those Who Don’t Feel Like It



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Grace Harbor Church in Sitka Alaska shares February 23, 2014. We want to invite you to join our live church service. Visit Grace Harbor at www.sitkagraceharbor.com