Big Daddy Weave, Jason Gray and Citizen Way at Emmanuel Baptist Church, Toledo, Oh 10-22-15
Ministering for the first time after my heart surgery on Feb 21, 2012 (a month ago). Ministered at Anointed Tabernacle representing my church Alpha & Omega Ministries located at 2610 N. Martin Luther King Blvd, North Las Vegas, NV
JOIN US AT THE RIVER!
Apostle Cleveland Smith strikes a Praise song “In the Morning (when I rise)” during his exaltation and prophecy and everyone began to sing, dance and bless God.
Apostle Smith is the honorable pastor of St. John Deliverance Temple Mobile, AL . Ebenezer is pastored by the anointed Rev. Jermaine Landrum.
Ebenezer/ St. John Fellowship 2012
Today’s Sermon: “Healthy Churches Remember” in Acts 2: 42-47
FavorNation Church Chesapeake Va. (favornation.org)
Pastor Adrian Woodard
Praise Dance by Lydia & Kyra Coco
Song by: Regina Belle – If I Could
here are clips from a 1995 throwback service of the Late Apostle Robert Evans Jr at the Bethel Temple Church in Baltimore Maryland preaching “Dance David Dance”..ENJOY!!
KEYSTONE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH 9am & 11am starting November 8, 2015 www.keystonefellowshipchurch.com
Through the counsel and example of his godly father in ministry the late, Dr. E.K. Bailey he learned to trust and obey God’s Word. At the age of 32, Pastor Halliday received a clear call to the ministry, which later led him to attend Criswell College in Dallas, Texas. Pastor Halliday served as Associate Pastor of Evangelism and Missions at Concord Baptist Church. For 3 years he conducted Corporate Bible Studies for American Airlines at Alliance Maintenance Base with 75 people in average attendance
In 2007, Damon Halliday became Pastor of Keystone Fellowship Church in Fort Worth, Texas. Pastor Halliday’s messages provide instructional teaching for personal and spiritual growth with a focus on prayer, evangelism, discipleship and fellowship through the Holy Spirit. Pastor Halliday fervently believes the Bible to be the inerrant Word of God, a belief strongly reflected in his teaching.
Jesus People Movement Reunion 1999 Pastor Mike MacIntosh Horizon Christian fellowship San Diego California – last days end times news update
www.horizonsd.org – www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_MacIntosh
– Calvary Chapel came out of the The Jesus movement was a movement in Christianity beginning on the West Coast of the United States in the late 1960s and early 1970s and spreading primarily through North America and Europe, before dying out by the early 1980s. It was the major Christian element within the hippie counterculture, or, conversely, the major hippie element within some strands of Protestantism. Members of the movement were called Jesus people, or Jesus freaks. The Jesus movement left a legacy of various denominations and other Christian organizations, and had an impact on both the development of the contemporary Christian right and the Christian left. Jesus music, which grew out of the movement, greatly influenced contemporary Christian music, The terms Jesus movement and Jesus people were coined by Duane Pederson in his writings for the Hollywood Free Paper Jesus freak movement.
Though still a part of the broader hippie movement, the Jesus movement was partly a reaction against the counterculture from which it originated. Some people became disenchanted with the status quo and became hippies. Later, some of these people became disenchanted with the hippie lifestyle and became Jesus people. The Jesus movement was restorationist in theology, seeking to return to the original life of the early Christians. As a result, Jesus people took a decidedly counter cultural political stance in general. The theology of the Jesus movement also called for a return to simple living and asceticism in some cases. The Jesus people had a strong belief in miracles, signs and wonders, faith, healing, prayer, The Bible, and powerful works of the Holy Spirit. For example, a miracle-filled revival at Asbury College in 1970 grabbed the attention of the mainstream news media and became known nation-wide. The movement tended towards strong evangelism and millennialism. A read book by those within the movement was Hal Lindsey’s The Late Great Planet Earth. Perhaps the most illustrative aspect of the Jesus movement was its communal aspect. Many Jesus People lived in communes such as the Calvary Chapel movement. Secular and Christian media exposure in 1971 and 1972 caused the Jesus movement to explode across the United States, attracting evangelical youth eager to identify with the movement. Perhaps the height of the Jesus movement was in the week-long gathering in Dallas, Texas known as Explo ’72. This gathering attracted 80,000 young people and brought the hippies of the Jesus movement together with young people from traditional Christian families and churches. The event was organized by the very traditional Campus Crusade for Christ and involved such a traditional leader Billy Graham. Many of the young Jesus People attending Explo ’72 discovered for the first time these and other traditional avenues of Christian worship and experience.
Although the Jesus movement lasted no more than a decade (except for the Jesus People USA which continues to exist in Chicago), its influence on Christian culture can still be seen. Thousands of converts moved into leadership positions in churches and parachurch organisations. The informality of the Jesus movement’s music and worship affected almost all evangelical churches. Some of the fastest growing US denominations of the late 20th century, such as Calvary Chapel trace their roots directly back to the Jesus movement, as do parachurch organisations like Jews for Jesus and the multi-million dollar contemporary Christian music industry. Perhaps the most significant and lasting influence, however, was the growth of an emerging strand within evangelical Christianity that appealed to the contemporary youth culture. Jesus music, also known as gospel beat music in the UK, primarily began when some hippie and street musicians of the late 1960s and early 1970s converted to Christianity. They continued to play the same style of music they had played previously but began to write lyrics with a Christian message. Many music groups developed out of this, and some became leaders within the Jesus movement, most notably Love Song, Second Chapter of Acts, Servant, Petra, Resurrection Band, Phil Keaggy, Randy Stonehill, Keith Green, and Larry Norman. The Joyful Noise Band traveled with a Christian community throughout the U.S. and Europe, performing in festivals held underneath giant tents. In the UK, Malcolm and Alwyn were the most notable agents of the gospel beat. According to The Jesus People: Old-Time Religion in the Age of Aquarius by Enroth, Ericson, and Peters, Chuck Smith of Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa, California founded the first Christian rock labels when he launched the Maranatha! Music label in 1971 as an outlet for the Jesus music bands performing at Calvary worship services.
Kick off Camp Meeting with Welton Lane.
Gospel of Deliverance church, Indianapolis, Indiana
“Mercy Walked In”, musical composition administered by:
Walk with me, Sluggo and Paul Franklin
Be inspired as you hear the Kuyasa African Children’s Choir!
This is a heartfelt high energy performance that really is worship! These beautiful children have smiles that light up a room along with strong gifts in song and dance. Enjoy this amazing segment of worship filmed at Heritage UMC in Clearwater Florida!
Experience the power of praise at Evermore church.
Photo Montage of Members of Springfield Missionary Baptist Church