Gospel Singers Conference & Showcase Fri. Sat Nov 9-10 Saturday 10:30 PM (part 7 of 12)



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Monday November 12, 2018 Join us Tonight @ 7PM As we recap Saturday Morning and Afternoon Events @ 

Eleventh Annual Gospel Conference Showcase 2018

Featuring Independent Gospel Artists

Location : Bayou Wesleyan Church

12330 Irvington & Bayou La Batre Hwy

Irvington, Alabama, 36544

*South Mobile County* 

Shirley Shoemate Records Promotions Ministry “PRESENTS” Gospel Singers Conference & Showcase Fri. Sat Nov 9-10 Saturday 10:30 PM

Free Luncheon at 12:00 PM Promptly 

Free Workshop will start after everyone is served .

Workshop will feature : Freddie C Howard at Howcee Production / Beatrice Alabama

John Taylor Jr at 94.7 Radio Jackson Mississippi

Jessie Harris at Tuskegee Television Network, Tuskegee Alabama

Adam Sanders at Prosperity Records, Jackson ,Mississippi

Shirley Shoemate at Shoemate Ministry Video Showcase , WHBR TV

Join us @ Howcee Productions Gospel “Bringing Families Communities and Churches Together” Music gospel music. What is gospel music? What is the common factor in all gospel music? that is sang played written regardless of what genre. The answer God (The Father) The Son (Jesus) The Spirit (Holy Spirit The Holy Ghost The Comforter) We play all style of music in one place. We will cover all elements of the human being. We will minister to the whole man. Come join us. In “Bringing Families communities and Churches Together” Support for Howcee Productions Gospel paypal.me/FreddieCollinsHoward Thank you. “Host” Freddie C. Howard 

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BIG 7 second line parade 2017 New Orleans part 2



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THE #BIG72017 was amazing the whole city was lit that St. Bernard is on the map and they don’t play 💪🏾Downtown New Orleans was once the home of the old St. Bernard, Iberville, Lafitte, Desire, and Florida housing projects, together with blocks from the 4th to 9th Wards.the 7th ward is one of the oldest black communities in New Orleans most of the SECONDLINE celebrations were created to always remember that as a fact Some say the people in New Orleans are born with no feet and when the trombone blows the feet grow but that’s just old wise tales THE PEOPLE HERE ARE SPECIAL WE GO THRU A LOT BUT ON SUNDAY IT ALL SEEMS TO GO AWAY IN OTHER PLACES THEY GO TO CHURCH HERE IN MY CITY WE GO TO SECONDLINES WHAT CAN I SAY ISSA LIFESTYLE 👞👟🎷🎺🥁 #burbonstreet #BET #nolamua #2ndline #culture #louisiana #NEWORLEANS #rocnation #defjam #nolastylist #nolamusic #bands #savage #dance #benjimanzbands #HARLEM #Nochill #OAKLAND #COMPTON #NOLA #me #SUPERDOME #NOLAEATS #NOLAMUA #NOLAHAIR #atlanticrecords #SAINTS

Intro to Reformed Worship: Our Reformed Liturgy (part 1)



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Rev. Phelps begins to walk through the order of worship used by Covenant United Reformed Church, Colorado Springs, CO. He discusses the regulative principle of worship, the “Divine Service,” and the first elements of the liturgy (call to worship, invocation, the Lord’s Greeting).

David Dockery: The Current Resurgence of Reformed Theology (Part 2)



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David Dockery, president of Union University in Tennessee, gives an overview of the resurgence of Reformed theology in Southern Baptist life at the “Calvinism: Concerned? Confused? Curious?” conference held August 4, 2012 at Crestwood Baptist Church in Oldham County, Ky.

The Israelites: The Sit-In With Brother Terry, Life Of Liberty Church (Part 2)



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Gospel Singers Conference & Showcase Fri. Sat Nov 9-10 Saturday 10:30 PM (part 2 of 12)



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Monday November 12, 2018 Join us Tonight @ 7PM As we recap Saturday Morning and Afternoon Events @ 

Eleventh Annual Gospel Conference Showcase 2018

Featuring Independent Gospel Artists

Location : Bayou Wesleyan Church

12330 Irvington & Bayou La Batre Hwy

Irvington, Alabama, 36544

*South Mobile County* 

Shirley Shoemate Records Promotions Ministry “PRESENTS” Gospel Singers Conference & Showcase Fri. Sat Nov 9-10 Saturday 10:30 PM

Free Luncheon at 12:00 PM Promptly 

Free Workshop will start after everyone is served .

Workshop will feature : Freddie C Howard at Howcee Production / Beatrice Alabama

John Taylor Jr at 94.7 Radio Jackson Mississippi

Jessie Harris at Tuskegee Television Network, Tuskegee Alabama

Adam Sanders at Prosperity Records, Jackson ,Mississippi

Shirley Shoemate at Shoemate Ministry Video Showcase , WHBR TV

Join us @ Howcee Productions Gospel “Bringing Families Communities and Churches Together” Music gospel music. What is gospel music? What is the common factor in all gospel music? that is sang played written regardless of what genre. The answer God (The Father) The Son (Jesus) The Spirit (Holy Spirit The Holy Ghost The Comforter) We play all style of music in one place. We will cover all elements of the human being. We will minister to the whole man. Come join us. In “Bringing Families communities and Churches Together” Support for Howcee Productions Gospel paypal.me/FreddieCollinsHoward Thank you. “Host” Freddie C. Howard 

GUEST CALL-IN (347) 202-0317

Charleston, Fort Sumter, Hilton Head Island, SC – Part 1



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Hilton Head Island is 20 miles (32 km) north of Savannah, Georgia, and 95 miles (153 km) south of Charleston.

The island features 12 miles (19 km) of beachfront on the Atlantic Ocean and is a popular vacation destination.

In 2004, an estimated 2.25 million visitors pumped more than $1.5 billion into the local economy.

The island has a rich history that started with seasonal occupation by native Americans thousands of years ago, and continued with European exploration and the Sea Island Cotton trade.

Once the island fell to Union troops, hundreds of ex-slaves flocked to Hilton Head, which is still home to many ‘native islanders’, many of whom are descendants of freed slaves known as the Gullah.

However, the Town maintains several public beach access points, including one for the exclusive use of town residents

Hilton Head Island offers an unusual number of cultural opportunities for a community its size.

It also hosts the Verizon Heritage, a stop on the PGA Tour which is played on the Harbour Town Golf Links in Sea Pines Resort.

Hilton Head Island is often referred to as the second largest barrier island on the eastern seaboard after Long Island

The Coastal Discovery Museum offers a variety of programs, activities, and indoor and outdoor exhibits year-round to over 125,000 visitors.

The Hilton Head Island area is home to a vast array of wildlife, including alligators, deer, Loggerhead Sea Turtles, hundreds of species of birds, and dolphins.

Annual events

Gullah Celebration
WineFest
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
WingFest
HarbourFest
Verizon Heritage
Celebrity Golf Tournament
Concours d’Elegance & Motoring Festival

Other Attractions :

Commander Zodiac boat tours
Harbour Town Lighthouse
The Liberty Oak in Harbour Town

Charleston is known as The Holy City due to the prominence of churches on the low-rise cityscape

It is the second most populous city in South Carolina closely behind the state capital Columbia.

The city of Charleston is located just south of the mid-point of South Carolina’s coastline, at the junction of the Ashley and Cooper Rivers.

Charleston’s name is derived from Charles Towne, named after King Charles II of England.

America’s most-published etiquette expert, Marjabelle Young Stewart, has recognized the city since 1995 as the “best-mannered” city in the U.S

By the mid-18th century Charleston had become a bustling trade center, the hub of the Atlantic trade for the southern colonies, and the wealthiest and largest city south of Philadelphia.

Fort Moultrie is the name of a series of forts on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina, built to protect the city of Charleston, South Carolina.

On January 9, 1861, Citadel cadets fired shots of the American Civil War when they opened fire on the Union ship ‘Star of the West’ entering Charleston’s harbor.

On April 12, 1861, shore batteries under the command of General Pierre G. T. Beauregard opened fire on the Union-held Fort Sumter in the harbor.

In 1865, Union troops moved into the city, and took control of many sites, such as the United States Arsenal, which the Confederate army had seized at the outbreak of the war

The city is well-known for its streets lined with grand live oaks draped with Spanish moss, and the ubiquity of the Cabbage Palmetto, which is the state tree of South Carolina.

Along the waterfront in an area known as Rainbow Row are many beautiful and historic pastel-colored homes.

The city is also an important port, boasting the second largest container seaport on the East Coast and the fourth largest container seaport in North America.

It is also the second most productive port in the world behind Hong Kong.

Charleston is becoming a prime location for information technology jobs and corporations, most notably Blackbaud, Modulant, CSS, Benefitfocus, and Google.

The aerospace industry is beginning to establish itself with the joint venture plant of Vought and Alenia Aeronautica, where two of the five sections of the Boeing 787 fuselage are fabricated and assembled.

Charleston is the primary medical center for the eastern portion of the state.

The other attractions are :
A historic home on The Battery.
Confederate Memorial at White Point Gardens.
Rainbow Row
Daughters of the Confede
racy Building, near Charleston’s downtown open market.
The new Arthur Ravenel, Jr. Bridge, constructed in 2005, is the longest cable-stayed bridge in the Western Hemisphere.
Charleston Place on King Street
SC State Arsenal (Old Citadel), adjacent to Marion Square.

The History of the Black Church Part 1 – We Came this Far by Faith



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Featured in the Smithsonian Museum Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum on African American History, this DVD on The History of the Black Church is a rich and powerful story of perseverance and faith.

In our humble efforts, we take (only) a small glimpse into that rich history-through the eyes of the pioneers of Mt. Olivet Baptist Church located in Portland, Oregon’s oldest African American Baptist Church.

Mt. Olivet is a strong youth oriented church under the leadership of Dr. James Martin. Dr. Martin is an avid teacher of the word through his “Helps for Life” ministries which focuses on today’s challenges for all people of faith.