This is from the 1995 album “Live at Jackson State University”
LAS VEGAS, NV (March 31, 2015) – Dubbed the greatest night in Gospel music, the 30th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas turned “Sin City” into “Salvation City.” Celebrating 30 years, the Stellar Awards was co-hosted with comedic flair by David Mann (“Mann & Wife), Tamela Mann (“Sparkle”) and Ricky Smiley (“Dish Nation”) during the 2-hour taped telecast premiering Easter Sunday, April 5 at 6 p.m. ET/5 p.m. CT on TV One with encores aired at 8 p.m. ET and 10 p.m. ET. The Stellar Awards recognizes the year’s best performances in the genre, honors Gospel music icons and acknowledges the accomplishments of individuals instrumental in advocating for the industry.
The big surprise of the evening came at the top of the show, when opening act Michelle Williams was joined by former bandmates Beyonce and Kelly Rowland in a show-stopping reunion that brought the audience to its feet singing her song, “Say Yes,” a winner for “Best Music Video of the Year.”
Ten-time nominee Erica Campbell took top honors, winning six awards including Artist of the Year, The Albertina Walker Female Vocalist of the Year, Contemporary CD of the Year and Urban/Inspirational Single or Performance of the Year. She acknowledged her sister, the other half of award-winning duo Mary Mary in her heartfelt remarks.
“Thank you Tina for saying that you needed a break,” said Erica. “…Cause I wouldn’t have done it (“Help”) if you didn’t say that.”
Ricky Dillard and New G followed Campbell with three wins, and Deitrick Haddon tied with The Walls Group for two trophies apiece. On stage after winning the Male Vocalist of the Year award, Haddon expressed gratitude for being recognized following a difficult time in his life.
“A couple of years ago I messed up so bad I thought I could never inspire anyone again,” he shared. “I was ready to quit and God spoke to me – He said, if you humble yourself I’ll lift you up to places you’re never seen. This award is for people who think it’s over for them.”
Haddon later brought the house down with a star-studded rendition of “My City” collaborating with Dorinda Clark-Cole, Clareta Haddon, Kierra Sheard, J. Moss, 21:03 and Shelby Five.
One of the hosts of this years show, Tamela Mann, won the award for Special Event CD of the year for “Best Days Deluxe Edition”.
The New Artist of the Year award was presented to Tasha Page-Lockhart, marking her first Stellar Awards appearance, performing “Great Is Your Love” and “Faith Come Alive,” with fellow first-timers The Walls Group.
Other masterful performances included Smokie Norful, Jonathan McReynolds, Erica Campbell and Pastor Beverly Crawford who all delivered passionate hand-clapping and foot-stomping presentations to the delight of the filled-to-capacity crowd. The Stellar Awards signature is its powerful collaborations, and this year was no exception with Rance Allen Group, Lisa Knowles & The Brown Singers, as well as Uncle Reece, Willie Moore, Jr. and Canton Jones teaming up to deliver amazing musical numbers.
Bishop Paul Morton received the Allstate James Cleveland Lifetime Achievement Award for his accomplishments and was honored in song by Kurt Carr & the Kurt Carr Singers with Zarcadi & Crystal singing a medley of “I’m Still Standing”. Al “The Bishop” Hobbs, received the Chevrolet Ambassador Dr. Bobby Jones Legend Award for his career accomplishments in the radio industry.
Yolanda Adams and Israel Houghton performed “How Awesome Is Our God” celebrating the life of Andrae Crouch which set the tone for one of the most moving speeches of the night from his twin sister, Sandra Crouch. Speaking from the heart on behalf of her legendary sibling, Crouch was honored posthumously with the Thomas A. Dorsey Most Notable Achievement Award for his lifelong contributions to Gospel that have influenced artists from every genre and around the globe.
“When the storms come and when there are no trophies, no Grammys and there’s no light shining,” she proclaimed, “…you still say to God be the glory.”
This year, award show founder and Executive Producer Don Jackson, implemented a new tradition celebrating the extraordinary achievements in Gospel by presenting the inaugural Stellar Honors Club. In the tradition of the Kennedy Center Honors, The Stellars Honors inductees received a medallion to commemorate excellence in their respective fields. The inaugural awards were conferred upon Pastor Shirley Ceasar, Byron Cage, Clifton Davis, Ricky Dillard, Kirk Franklin, Ambassador Dr. Bobby Jones, Vicki Mack Lataillade, Dottie Peoples, Donnie McClurkin, and Vickie Winans.
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DeVoe Moore found his love for collecting when he started his first knife collection at the age of 9. (He’s still collecting!) This love quickly grew to include cars. During his Junior year of high school, he customized his brother’s 1951 Ford two-door hardtop. While still in high school he had a 1933 Ford Coupe chopped and channeled with an Oldsmobile motor. This car would “outrun anything” in Tampa, Florida. Then came a 1953 Mercury Monterey two-door hardtop. He and three of his high school buddies rolled this car smashing the top down against the seats. These acquisitions and activities were just the start of a lifelong passion for the craftsmanship seen in automobiles and other collections he has assembled. A furtherance of this passion is to ensure the children of today have an opportunity to visit the past, to be “Wowed” and evoke an interest in their own history and potential.
Born in Spring Creek, North Carolina in 1939, DeVoe Moore spent his early childhood in Greeneville, Tennessee prior to moving to Tampa, Florida where he graduated high school. His formal education started at Andrew College in Cuthbert, Georgia and was completed at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. Devoe is married to Shirley McEwan. They have two daughters and six grandchildren. He has made Tallahassee his home since 1961.
DeVoe has been involved in numerous land acquisitions and has been self-employed with various businesses over the years. Some of his businesses have included Fleet Supply, Inc., Florida Georgia White Truck Sales, ABAC Auto Parts, Baker Alford Auto Parts, Certified Automotive Warehouse, Airport Industrial Park, Fort Knox Storage, Cross Creek Golf Course and the Tallahassee Automobile Museum.
Through the years, he has served and continues to serve the local community through his involvement in many different organizations, his church and serving as a Board Member of various community foundations and has been honored in a variety of ways by various organizations.
Some of the most recent honors include, helping to establish the DeVoe L. Moore Center in the College of Social Sciences in 1996. The Center’s purpose is to help students study how government rules and regulations affect free enterprise and property rights. He has also provided numerous endowed scholarships to assist athletes and other students.
In 2005, he received an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Degree from Florida State University as recognition of his personal achievements and his generosity toward generations of young people seeking a higher education.
In 2009, the East Coast Drag Times Hall of Fame inducted DeVoe into the prestigious group of people who participate in motorsports racing. He was honored for his contribution to the motorsports heritage through the museum.
In 2010, DeVoe was honored to have the University Center building named after him as part of the expansion of Doak Campbell Stadium at Florida State University.
In 2012, DeVoe was inducted into the Florida State University Athletic Hall of Fame for his gracious contribution to the University and Athletic Department, inspiring others to do the same.
In DeVoe’s spare time he enjoys working his farm which includes water buffalo and goats, working his pastureland, and speaking to community groups and associations about free enterprise and the museum. In addition to these interests, DeVoe’s businesses could certainly be considered ‘hobbies’ to him.
In connection with his Vocabulary of Bitterness series, Dr. Mike Moore, pastor of Faith Chapel (Birmingham, AL) shares how Christians should conduct themselves in light of the recent 2016 U.S. Election. As Christians, he encourages us to be the “salt” and “light” of our society.
Visit www.faithchapel.net/bittertalk to learn more.
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Bishop Rickey L. Moore, Sr., Pastor of Sunrise Baptist Church of Shreveport, LA., Preaching for Bishop Charles Williams at Covenant of Zion Cathedral Church, Little Rock, Arkansas. Bishop Elect Charles Lawrence, Bishop Moore’s brother, also from Shreveport, LA. sings a solo.
Bishop Moore is a Consecrated Regional Bishop for the National Assembly of Christian Churches and Ministers Fellowship, Inc. and serves as the Presiding Prelate for the International Bishop’s Conference. He also has a school named after him in Liberia, West Africa.
He has been Pastoring for more than 30 years and has preached in 32 states and 4 countries.
He is the author of 6 books. To order books or to contact him call (318) 210- 9070 or (318) 455- 8467.
Justin Moore falling off the stage for a second time at the Shrine Mosque in Springfield, MO watch at 3:30
During the introductory sermon of “Bitterness: The Poison You Drink, Faith Chapel Christian Center senior pastor Dr. Mike Moore challenged the audience to be honest with God and themselves regarding the anger they have toward others.
“When we come to church, we have our church clothes on, but when God looks at us, he sees our heart.” -Dr. Mike Moore
“Bitterness: The Poison You Drink” is part of a three part thematic unit regarding Love. Learn more about this eye-opening series by visiting our website: www.faithchapel.net/bitterness.
This video was shot after vacating my house. I’m am just south of Moore on I44 on the north side of Newcastle, OK. Sorry for the language everyone.
In this video, Nome emergency crews are still arriving and are beginning to fight the blaze.
A severe fire broke out Thursday evening, September 25th, 2014 at approximately 7pm at an eight-plex apartment in Nome at the intersection of East 3rd Avenue and Moore Way.
Video: David Dodman, KNOM
Reverend Joe Frank Moore is the Pastor of First Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Baxley, Ga, And Holly Spring Baptist Church in East Dublin, Ga.
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7th Appreciation Service For Pastor Michael L. & Sis. Karla. Augustine
Morning Worship 11:00 P.M. Service
Guest Speaker Rev. Darryl Moore
Solo Sis. Ramona A. Moore
Thank You Lord For All You’ve Done For Me
“Our Pastor Preparing God’s People For Ministry That Matters”