September 9, 2018 “You the Chosen One”, Rev. Dr. Frederick D. Haynes, III

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September 9, 2018 “you the Chosen One and Flowers Don’t Pick Themselves”, Rev. Dr. Frederick D. Haynes, III
Alfred Street Baptist Church, Rev Dr Howard-John Wesley, Pastor.

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Fall Revival Day “God’s Going to Pull You Through”, Bishop Joseph Walker, III

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Fall Revival Day 1, September 19, 2017, Revival 2017 “God’s Going to Pull You Through” Rev. Dr. Joseph Walker,III.
Alfred Street Baptist Church, Rev Dr Howard-John Wesley, Pastor.

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Bishop Joseph Walker III Speaks ‘Remember Your Pastor Need Rest’

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Bishop Joseph Warren Walker, III, the charismatic pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Nashville, Tennessee, is a shepherd with the spiritual conviction, moral aptitude and old-fashioned wisdom to return a people to God.
Reared in Shreveport, Louisiana in the 1970s, Bishop Walker grew up in a household parented by Rosa and Joseph Walker, Jr. Bishop Walker states that his father was a strong disciplinarian, and businessman. “My summer days, throughout most of my youth, were spent working with my father. I gained my strong work ethic through that experience.” His father, who also served as a church deacon and Superintendent of Sunday School, instilled in the family a reverence for God and a love for a good education. “With both foundations, we kids believed that we could master the future,” says Bishop.
Bishop Walker received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; a Master of Divinity Degree from Vanderbilt University and a Doctor of Ministry Degree from Princeton Theological Seminary. Particularly, he credits Southern University with giving him the wisdom necessary to hold his current post as Bishop of Senior Pastors within the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship, which is under the leadership of International Presiding Bishop Paul S. Morton. At each university, however, he was surrounded by some of America’s leading academic minds, which proved invaluable to him. Bishop Walker is also a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and the Kappa Kappa Psi Band Fraternity. He is married to the former Dr. Stephaine Hale. She is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Neonatology at Vanderbilt University.

In 1992, at the age of 24, Bishop Walker began his pastorate at Mt. Zion with 175 members. Presently, the ministry has grown to over 25,000 and continues to grow at a phenomenal rate of over 1,800 souls per year. Under Bishop Walker’s leadership, Mt. Zion’s ministry has expanded beyond its original location in the Historic Jefferson Street Corridor to eight weekly services in three physical locations and includes not only, its fourth church location, but also other virtual outlets such as facebook and twitter.

As philanthropists, in 2010, Bishop and his wife, Dr. Stephaine Walker, founded the non-profit Dr. Joseph & Stephaine Walker Foundation. The foundation is committed to helping people help themselves and those around them lead productive and satisfying lives. The mission of the foundation is primarily advanced through education, mentorship and outreach. Over the last four years and under the umbrella of the foundation, over $500,000 in scholarships has been awarded to deserving students through the Dr. Diane Greer Walker Memorial Scholarship Fund in honor of his late wife, Dr. Diane Greer Walker. A prolific writer, he is the author of six books and is busy completing his seventh, which will be published in 2011. A recipient of numerous awards and honors, Bishop Walker sits on noteworthy boards, including the Board of the American Red Cross, and holds a governor-appointed post on the Tennessee Human Rights Commission. He is recognized in the March 2010 Nashville Post Magazine as one of Nashville’s ministerial community’s most educated and influential leaders.
Vowing never to abandon the Mt. Zion neighborhood, Bishop Walker launched the New Level Community Development Corporation (NLCDC) in 2001. The NLCDC is committed to low-and moderate-income families and to community economic development. Regarding the many disparities that reside in the African-American community, he states that the Mt. Zion Ministry is “turning over the stone of economic irresponsibility . . . by investing in programs and by partnering with outside agencies to bring about a change.

Faces of Homelessness III

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The History of Wynton Marsalis’ THE ABYSSINIAN MASS: Part III – Heaven Makes a Great Noise

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This episode of “The History of Wynton Marsalis’ THE ABYSSINIAN MASS” tells the story of multi-genre rising star Damien Sneed, conductor and founder of Chorale Le Chateau. He walks us through a particularly emotional and personally meaningful performance of The Abyssinian Mass in his hometown of Augusta, GA.

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Producers: Simeon Marsalis and Eugenia Han
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Abyssinian Performance Audio Engineering: David Robinson
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Bishop Charles H. Ellis III (Pt 1) – Illinois District Council of PAW 2012 Spring Session

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PAW Presiding Bishop Charles H. Ellis III preaching evening service during the Illinois District Council of the PAW / 2012 PAW Spring Executive Board Meeting 3/23/12 at:

Indiana Avenue Pentecostal Church of God (
Bishop Charles E. Davis, Pastor
3520 S. Indiana Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60617

Illinois District Council of the PAW

Bishop Charles E. Davis, Diocesan
District Elder David Kay, Chairman
Pastor Yolanda Hunt, Vice Chairman

Officer Down Memorial Song Tribute – Deputy Sheriff Robert Kunze III

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“I Pledge Allegiance,”
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Bishop Charles H. Ellis III speaks on Charleston during a sermon

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Bishop Ellis speaks about the massacre at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC during his Sunday sermon. He talks about fathers and asks, “Where Is His Father?” In the Bible, a father took his troubled son to Jesus, and Jesus made it alright. Take your issues to Jesus and He’ll make it alright.

09 December 2018 – The Ven. Cn. Donald Armstrong, III

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09 December 2018 sermon entitled, “Are you as committed to God as God is committed to you?” preached by The Venerable Canon Donald Armstrong, III on The Second Sunday of Advent at St. George’s Anglican Church in Colorado Springs, CO