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Rev. Nicholas E. Nettle, Pastor ~ Gospel Temple Missionary Baptist Church, Little Rock, Arkansas
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Thank you for joining us as we hear from our Senior Pastor Grant Pankratz, in part one of our series The House That God Is Building.
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Bishop Paul S. Morton and the Full Gospel family invite you to hang out in Louisville, KY! We have events for the entire family. Register online today and we will see you July 3-5, 2013!
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Lowriding originated in the 1930s and blossomed in Southwestern Mexican communities during the post-war prosperity of the ’50s. Initially, youths who dressed in the pachuco style would place sandbags in the trunk of their customized cars in order to create a lowered effect. This method was replaced by lowering blocks, cut spring coils, z’ed frames and drop spindles. The aim of the lowriders is to cruise as slowly as possible, “Low and Slow” (“Bajito y Suavecito”) being their motto. However, this resulted in a backlash: the 1958 California Vehicle Code 24008, which outlawed any car having any part lower than the bottom of its wheel rims. In 1959, a customizer named Ron Aguirre developed a way of bypassing the law with the use of hydraulic Pesco[disambiguation needed] pumps and valves (scavenged from a surplus B-52 bomber) that allowed him to change ride height at the flick of a switch. 1958 saw the emergence of the Chevy Impala which featured an X-shaped frame that was perfectly suited for lowering and modification with hydraulics. Between 1960 and 1975, customizers adapted and refined GM X-frames, hydraulics, and airbrushing techniques to create the modern lowrider style. The oldest car cruising strip is located on Whittier Boulevard in East Los Angeles. Cruising on this strip became a popular pastime with the lowriding community during the 1940s before spreading to surrounding neighborhoods in the 1950s.
Since the early 1990s, lowriders have become common in urban youth culture in general, primarily in West Coast hip hop. Today, the lowriding scene is diverse with many different cultures, vehicle makes and visual styles, however, it remains an important part of the Chicano community. Essentially all the options available to today’s custom automobile creator are also available to the lowrider builder, and lowrider style varies greatly from region to region.
Summer is the most popular season for lowriders, as the weather often encourages being outside either in or nearby the vehicle. Some lowrider clubs have weekly gatherings in the summer where owners of lowriders and friends will have a barbecue followed by cruising a popular drag (or strip) after dark. Aside from local drags and their parking lots, lowriders are most commonly seen at privately organized lowrider car shows that often feature a variety of different vehicular and non-vehicular events, the most popular of which are the wet T-shirt/bikini contests and the hop and dance hydraulic competitions where competitors compete against each other to see who can hop the highest or complete a list of moves within a time limit (dancing). There are several magazines devoted to presenting, preserving, and chronicling lowrider culture, the best known of which is Lowrider Magazine, currently published by Primedia. The founder of this magazine was raised in Pomona, CA. This city is another one of the birthplaces of the lowrider subculture since the local Mexican American community was greatly influenced by the NHRA, which was also founded in Pomona. The 1954 movie Gang Boy features various aspects of the early Chicano frame of mind, and also happened to be filmed in early Pomona.
The San Diego Lowrider Gospel Fest is a collaboration of Lowrider Car Clubs, local Government Agencies, Churches, Schools, various groups and organizations reaching out to the community with the message of Jesus Christ. Our desire is to effectively facilitate a provision for those trapped in gang societies that want to get out, but don’t know how. Our vision sees that the gang communities of San Diego impacted with intervention for youth-involved in gangs and gang prevention for youth not yet involved.
Goal: To reach gang members, drug addicts and families with the GOSPEL of Jesus Christ.
Word about the event has and is spreading quickly, car clubs for SOCAL, Northern California, Arizona and even the Governor know about the event. Therefore on behalf of The San Diego Lowrider Gospel Fest collaborative we give you and open invitation to our general meeting and to the Lowrider Gospel Fest. We ask for continual prayer for one another as we embark to complete this exciting festival.
Thank you for visiting “The San Diego Lowrider Gospel Fest”
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Sis. Genva Hoskey sings her song on there 9th Anniversary Held in Shreveport, La. ” you go girl ”
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Matt was born near Seattle and, due to growing up with a father in the military, moved several times before settling in the Houston area. Though he attended church during his childhood and adolescence, he did not truly know and follow Jesus until he turned 17. He went to Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas where he received a bachelor’s degree in Bible. While at Hardin-Simmons, he was on staff at Beltway Park Church. In 2002, he became pastor of First Baptist Church of Highland Village, now known as The Village Church. In 1999, he married his wife, Lauren, and they now have three children.
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Macedonia Gospel Showcase honoring Sis. Velma Winchester of The New Orleans Spiritualettes