Coverage of the 38th Annual Nashville Conference on African American History held February 8, 2019
Scripture: 1 Kings 3:3-10 (New King James Version)
Sermon Title: What do you really want from God?
For many of us, we live our lives as though we have no choice or voice in matters involving God. But this is not what we see in 1 Kings 3. We discover that God desires to know the petition of our hearts. However, do we truly know what we want from God?
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Stream Fox 17 newscasts LIVE starting with Fox 17 This Morning at 5 am and News at 9 pm.NASHVILLE, Tenn. — There are new worries that a Catholic priest may have sexually abused children during his time in Nashville. The allegations against Father Kenneth Gansmann have just been exposed. St. Vincent De Paul is a small Catholic church in North Nashville, and during the 1960’s it was led by Father Kenneth Gansmann. The Franciscan priest not only led the predominantly African-American parish, but he also oversaw St. Vincent’s elementary school. Just last week church leaders in Minnesota revealed that credible claims of sexual abuse were made against Gansmann while he was in that state in the 1950’s.FOX 17 News started asking questions, and we learned that allegations have also been made against Gansmann here in Nashville. About three and a half decades after he died, we got an allegation that he may have abused a student at St. Vincent’s during the late 1960’s, says Rick Musacchio with the Diocese of Nashville. Mike Coode, who is a survivor of church sex abuse, says it is especially disturbing knowing that Gansmann spent so much time around hundreds of children. It would not surprise me in the least, in fact it would surprise me if he didn’t abuse kids here, says Mike Coode.Coode is one of several survivors urging the Nashville diocese to acknowlege what happened and seek out other possible victims. The Diocese of Nashville is now encouraging anyone to come forward, and offering support to anyone who may have been molested or abused. The diocese wants any victims of past abuse to come forward no matter how long ago that might have happened, says Musacchio.Although the abuse may have occurred more than 45 years ago, it’s possible some may have remained silent about the past.Father Kenneth Gansmann died in 1974. In addition to his time in Minnesota and Nashville, he also worked in several dioceses in Illinois.For news updates follow John Dunn on twitter @WZTVJohnDunnFollow us on Twitter @wztv_fox17 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates.
Regi Stone shares his song “Be Everything” as part of a Christ Church Nashville worship service.
In this 1999 video, originally produced for the Midnight Pipes television series, but never aired, Frederick Hohman plays his own composition, dating from February, 1989, entitled “The Homecoming,” upon the von Beckerath pipe organ at First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, Tennessee. This organ and venue is on the program of the 2012 National Convention of the American Guild of Organists (AGO), to be held from June 30 to July 6 in Nashville. The music score to “The Homecoming” was published in late 2011, and is available from Zarex Scores.
The Sanctuary Choir and Orchestra
Larnelle Harris, Steve Green, Rod Fletcher, and Ballet Magnificat
First Baptist Nashville presented the powerful musical work “Saviour: The story of God’s passion for His people” at 6:00 p.m. Sunday, April 3, 2016, featuring the Sanctuary Choir with special guests Larnelle Harris (5-time Grammy and 11-time Dove Award winner), Steve Green (four Grammy nominations, 18 No. 1 songs, and seven Dove Awards), Rod Fletcher (studio musician and Grand Ole Opry background singer), and Ballet Magnificat, along with full professional orchestral accompaniment. Saviour is created by Greg Nelson and Bob Farrell, arranged by David Hamilton, with choral settings and orchestration written by Ronn Huff.
“This work,” says producer Greg Nelson, “is about God’s passion for His people.” Nelson’s own passion is evident as he talks about Saviour, the modern oratorio he and co-creator Bob Farrell brought through three years of painstaking development. A stunning one-hour long work that fuses classical patterns with contemporary forms. “People ask me how strongly I feel about this project,” he says, “and I’ll tell you honestly: If, God forbid, something were to happen and this is the last thing I ever did, I would be very content with my life and my work.”
The passion – God’s and the project’s participants – is obvious from the outset. The duet between God and Adam is full of ardor, of mutual love, and caring emotions that permeate the work. Songs detail the Fall, the journey to the Promised Land, the desire for a Saviour, the Cross, and the Resurrection, with an ever-present knowledge of human weakness. “It’s a kind of snapshot look at the process whereby God provides, man messes it up, and God comes to rescue him”, says Farrell, “…it happens over and over, and it still happens today.”
Saviour takes us from creation through resurrection, a picture of a loving God pursuing His people. It is a powerful work which dramatically conveys the message of Hope found within its pages. You can learn more about the work via “Saviour” Story.
First Baptist Church is located at 108 Seventh Avenue, South in Downtown Nashville, next to Bridgestone Arena. Visit firstbaptistnashville.org or call 615.664.6000 for additional information. Complimentary parking is available.
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A portable classroom from a nearby high school floats down a flooded Interstate 24 before breaking apart during the May Day 2010 Flood in Nashville, Tennessee.
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