Pray On (DVD) – Rev. Walter Ellis & The Country Boys



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Rev. Walter Ellis & The Country Boys – Live At the Rest
Recorded Oct 9 2005 at Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, Montgomery, AL

Originally founded by the late David L. Dickerson in 1959, The Country Boys were originally known as The Sensational Gospelaires of Deatsville, Al. After the departure of original frontman (Dickerson’s brother), Rev. Mack H. Parker, the (then teenage) Rev. Ellis assumed lead duties with complimentary tenor (the late) G.G. Bowen. As the group continued to evolve, the name change to The Country Boys of Alabama eventually occurred. Today, Rev. Ellis and his brother, Greg, sing the majority of the lead vocals. Currently, Rev. Ellis pastors the Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. The Group is especially known for its outstanding harmonization and for its riveting live performances. Rev. Ellis and the Country Boys have performed and recorded with the likes of Harvey Watkins, Jr, the Williams Brothers, and the Five Blind Boys of Alabama. The group’s hits include “In Times Like These”, “Glad I Learned How to Lean”, “Give God a Chance”,”They Call Him Jesus”, and “Lord You’ve Been Good to Me”.
Track Listing:
1. I’ve Been Touched
2. He’s The One
3. Pray On
4. Bright Side
5. Won’t It Be Grand
6. Holy Spirit (Move Right Now)
7. If It Had Not Been For The Lord
8. They Call Him Jesus
9. Grace Brought Us Through
10. Miracle
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South San Francisco Samoan SDA Choir – Hymn 442 and 446



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The Church Choir sings hymns arranged in the Samoan Choral Style “O loo iai tatou foi le upu” (We have the sure word – 1 Peter 2:9 – S. Kuresa) and “Ia vaavaai i faailoga” (Look for the signs/waymarks) at the faatasiga falefa for the Northern California Samoan SDA Churches, Sacramento, Fairfield, San Jose with Tacoma Southside visitng. Keyboard: ESTVaili

Miracle (DVD) – Rev. Walter Ellis & The Country Boys



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Rev. Walter Ellis & The Country Boys – Live At the Rest
Recorded Oct 9 2005 at Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, Montgomery, AL

Originally founded by the late David L. Dickerson in 1959, The Country Boys were originally known as The Sensational Gospelaires of Deatsville, Al. After the departure of original frontman (Dickerson’s brother), Rev. Mack H. Parker, the (then teenage) Rev. Ellis assumed lead duties with complimentary tenor (the late) G.G. Bowen. As the group continued to evolve, the name change to The Country Boys of Alabama eventually occurred. Today, Rev. Ellis and his brother, Greg, sing the majority of the lead vocals. Currently, Rev. Ellis pastors the Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. The Group is especially known for its outstanding harmonization and for its riveting live performances. Rev. Ellis and the Country Boys have performed and recorded with the likes of Harvey Watkins, Jr, the Williams Brothers, and the Five Blind Boys of Alabama. The group’s hits include “In Times Like These”, “Glad I Learned How to Lean”, “Give God a Chance”,”They Call Him Jesus”, and “Lord You’ve Been Good to Me”.
Track Listing:
1. I’ve Been Touched
2. He’s The One
3. Pray On
4. Bright Side
5. Won’t It Be Grand
6. Holy Spirit (Move Right Now)
7. If It Had Not Been For The Lord
8. They Call Him Jesus
9. Grace Brought Us Through
10. Miracle
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Nearer, Still Nearer – A Cappella Singing



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This congregational a cappella singing was from the 2009 4th of July Gospel Meeting in Springfield, Missouri.

Why does the Church of Christ not use mechanical instruments in worship? Ephesians 5:19, speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord

When He Reached Down His Hand for Me – FBC Jacksonville, FL



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Charles Billingsley sings with the choir and orchestra of First Baptist Church, Jacksonville, FL

Wonderland Change (VHS) – Revive,”Live!”



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Revive featuring Luther Barnes. Never Give Up II Live 98 Henderson, NC.

1 He’s In My Heart
2 He’s a Friend of Mine
3 Wonderland Change
4 Never Failed Me
5 All Because of You
6 You’ll Never Find
7 Depending On You
8 Give My All
9 All Things Are Possible feat. Luther Barnes
10 Keep Serving the Lord
11 Tell the Lord About It
12 Rain
13 Ever Give Up

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Bright Side (DVD) – Rev. Walter Ellis & The Country Boys



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Rev. Walter Ellis & The Country Boys – Live At the Rest
Recorded Oct 9 2005 at Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, Montgomery, AL

Originally founded by the late David L. Dickerson in 1959, The Country Boys were originally known as The Sensational Gospelaires of Deatsville, Al. After the departure of original frontman (Dickerson’s brother), Rev. Mack H. Parker, the (then teenage) Rev. Ellis assumed lead duties with complimentary tenor (the late) G.G. Bowen. As the group continued to evolve, the name change to The Country Boys of Alabama eventually occurred. Today, Rev. Ellis and his brother, Greg, sing the majority of the lead vocals. Currently, Rev. Ellis pastors the Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. The Group is especially known for its outstanding harmonization and for its riveting live performances. Rev. Ellis and the Country Boys have performed and recorded with the likes of Harvey Watkins, Jr, the Williams Brothers, and the Five Blind Boys of Alabama. The group’s hits include “In Times Like These”, “Glad I Learned How to Lean”, “Give God a Chance”,”They Call Him Jesus”, and “Lord You’ve Been Good to Me”.
Track Listing:
1. I’ve Been Touched
2. He’s The One
3. Pray On
4. Bright Side
5. Won’t It Be Grand
6. Holy Spirit (Move Right Now)
7. If It Had Not Been For The Lord
8. They Call Him Jesus
9. Grace Brought Us Through
10. Miracle
DISCLAIMER:
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The Lord’s Prayer – FBC Jacksonville, FL



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“The Lord’s Prayer” as performed by the Chancel Choir of First Baptist Church of Jacksonvile, FL at the 2008 Pastor’s Conference.

“My God Can Do Anything”- Trinity Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida



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The Trinity Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida singing “My God Can Do Anything,” which was a really hot number for James Cleveland & the Angelic Choir of Nutley, New Jersey.

In The Morning When I Rise (VHS) – Bishop Carlton Pearson,”Live At Azusa 2″



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In The Morning When I Rise with Lillie “Mom” Pearson and Antonya Pearson.

Carlton Pearson Live At AZUSA 2,Precious Memories: Original Release Date: February 11, 1997.

Bishop Pearson attended Oral Roberts University and was a mentor, Oral Roberts, he was licensed and ordained in the Church of God in Christ Pearson formed his own church higher dimensions, which became one of the largest in the city of Tulsa Oklahoma in the 1990s grew to an attendance of over 5000 and 1997, Pearson was ordained bishop in 2000 he campaigned for George W. Bush and the presidential installation was invited to the White House

Then after viewing a television program depicting the wretched conditions of people dying in Rwanda and given instruction in his church as non-Christians were destined for hell Pearson felt that he had received a revelation from God and said that he doubted the concept of hell as it has been traditionally taught in februari2002 Lectureloses he is a primary bid for mayor ship of Tulsa When Pearson had begun to call their doctrine-a variant of universal atonement, the gospel of inclusion and many in his congregation began to leave

Pearson has said, “Anyone who spends every day getting drunk will destroy their family health marriage and career, they will make their life a living hell But it is still far from the chronic alcoholic who was condemned by a just God to literally burn in hell for eternity
For others it may well be that the punishment deserved their sins are greater than they receive in this life For them maybe it will be some form of punishment after death, but we think there will be remedial and corrective rather than just punishment for punishment &# 8217; sake Exactly what will be and how long we will not know, hell for some people the last 10 minutes or 10 million years … we do not know but what we know, Hell will not last forever, there will be endless … sin is not reunited with God now, rather than after you have set yourself (and those you love) through Hell ”

In March 2004, after hearing Bishop Pearson’s arguments for the conclusion of joint College of African-American Pentecostal Bishops concluded that such teaching was heresy officially recognized as a heretic, the once very popular Bishop Carlton Pearson quickly began to lose its influence higher dimensions membership fell below 1000, and lost its building to foreclosure in January2006 at which time Than the church began meeting in the nearby Trinity Episcopal Church as the New Dimensions Church

In November 2006, Pearson was accepted as a United Church of Christ minister in June 2008, New Dimensions Church was moved to All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa On September 7, 2008 New Dimensions Church held its final worship service and merged with All Souls Unitarian Church

Bishop Pearson’s story was the subject of a section headed “heretic” on Chicago Public Radio’s This American Life that was broadcast December 16, 2005 This was followed by a profile on Dateline NBC August 13 2006

Pearson was the subject of a CNN story June 24, 2007 that covered his switch to a more inclusive gospel (including the acceptance of LGBT peopleri his church) and the negative backlash from the evangelical community

But apart from all heretics mess Bishop Pearson is also a gospel singer who has won two Stellar Awards and was nominated for a Dove Award, he and the choir in higher dimensions Evangelical Center recorded two album under the production of Christian singer Carmen called High Praises Vol 1 and Vol 2 They were so wildly successful that Warner Bros. ‘Christian music arm, Warner Alliance signed Pearson and chorus to an agreement that eventually involved more than five live albums the first three of these was very popular and got a lot of attention from radio and TBN and other Christian networks When Pearson departed from the doctrine of God Carmen separated from Pearson that he had known since the fthrough the first few days of higher dimensions in slutet70 century – Artist Wiki »

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Oh What A Savior – FBC Jacksonville, FL



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Charles Billingsley sings with the choir and orchestra of First Baptist Church, Jacksonville, FL at the 2011 Pastors’ Conference

He Lifted Me (VHS) – Bishop Carlton Pearson,”Live At Azusa”



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He Lifted Me with Debra Jones, Karen Clark ,Daryl Coley.

Bishop Carlton Pearson is a well-known author, linguist, spiritual leader, speaker, and recording artist. Offering a fresh perspective on religious practice, scripture, and faith, Pearson was rejected by mainstream Christian leadership and declared a modern-day heretic for questioning the teachings of Christian doctrine that promotes a loving God who sentences people to an eternal hell for not becoming a Christian.

Pearson began as a protégé of Oral Roberts and appeared on his weekly television broadcasts and quarterly specials, which reached nearly 60 million viewers. He founded Higher Dimensions, Inc., in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which included a mega-church with a congregation of over 5000 members. His frequent appearances on television, radio, and in the print media, both secular and religious, increased his global audience to numbers in the millions. Now, a tireless pioneer and promoter of God’s love for all people — regardless of their religion or faith — Pearson has met with heads of state, prime ministers, three American presidents, and countless international celebrities.

A talented musician who sings and performs, Pearson is a Stellar Award-winning and Dove Award-nominated vocalist who has sold over 750,000 CDs and videos. He is also a highly sought-after media guest who has made appearances on NBC’s Dateline, ABC’s Nightline and 20/20, CNN, and National Public Radio, among others. The widely diverse and enthusiastic readership of Pearson’s first book, Gospel of Inclusion, has made him a more popular speaker on a lecture circuit that includes conferences, seminaries, universities, and churches around the world.

Pearson lives in Chicago and is Interim Senior Minister of the 6000-member Christ Universal Temple for Better Living. He has also received a Trumpet Award for “Spiritual Enlightenment” and was inducted into the MLK Board of preachers on the campus of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the husband of Gina Marie, a professional Life Coach, and the proud father of two children, a son and daughter named Julian and Majesté, respectively.

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I Know I’ve Been Changed with Beverly Crawford (VHS) – Bishop Carlton Pearson,”Live At Azusa 2″



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Carlton Pearson Live At AZUSA 2,Precious Memories: Original Release Date: February 11, 1997.

Bishop Pearson attended Oral Roberts University and was a mentor, Oral Roberts, he was licensed and ordained in the Church of God in Christ Pearson formed his own church higher dimensions, which became one of the largest in the city of Tulsa Oklahoma in the 1990s grew to an attendance of over 5000 and 1997, Pearson was ordained bishop in 2000 he campaigned for George W. Bush and the presidential installation was invited to the White House

Then after viewing a television program depicting the wretched conditions of people dying in Rwanda and given instruction in his church as non-Christians were destined for hell Pearson felt that he had received a revelation from God and said that he doubted the concept of hell as it has been traditionally taught in februari2002 Lectureloses he is a primary bid for mayor ship of Tulsa When Pearson had begun to call their doctrine-a variant of universal atonement, the gospel of inclusion and many in his congregation began to leave

Pearson has said, “Anyone who spends every day getting drunk will destroy their family health marriage and career, they will make their life a living hell But it is still far from the chronic alcoholic who was condemned by a just God to literally burn in hell for eternity
For others it may well be that the punishment deserved their sins are greater than they receive in this life For them maybe it will be some form of punishment after death, but we think there will be remedial and corrective rather than just punishment for punishment &# 8217; sake Exactly what will be and how long we will not know, hell for some people the last 10 minutes or 10 million years … we do not know but what we know, Hell will not last forever, there will be endless … sin is not reunited with God now, rather than after you have set yourself (and those you love) through Hell ”

In March 2004, after hearing Bishop Pearson’s arguments for the conclusion of joint College of African-American Pentecostal Bishops concluded that such teaching was heresy officially recognized as a heretic, the once very popular Bishop Carlton Pearson quickly began to lose its influence higher dimensions membership fell below 1000, and lost its building to foreclosure in January2006 at which time Than the church began meeting in the nearby Trinity Episcopal Church as the New Dimensions Church

In November 2006, Pearson was accepted as a United Church of Christ minister in June 2008, New Dimensions Church was moved to All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa On September 7, 2008 New Dimensions Church held its final worship service and merged with All Souls Unitarian Church

Bishop Pearson’s story was the subject of a section headed “heretic” on Chicago Public Radio’s This American Life that was broadcast December 16, 2005 This was followed by a profile on Dateline NBC August 13 2006

Pearson was the subject of a CNN story June 24, 2007 that covered his switch to a more inclusive gospel (including the acceptance of LGBT peopleri his church) and the negative backlash from the evangelical community

But apart from all heretics mess Bishop Pearson is also a gospel singer who has won two Stellar Awards and was nominated for a Dove Award, he and the choir in higher dimensions Evangelical Center recorded two album under the production of Christian singer Carmen called High Praises Vol 1 and Vol 2 They were so wildly successful that Warner Bros. ‘Christian music arm, Warner Alliance signed Pearson and chorus to an agreement that eventually involved more than five live albums the first three of these was very popular and got a lot of attention from radio and TBN and other Christian networks When Pearson departed from the doctrine of God Carmen separated from Pearson that he had known since the fthrough the first few days of higher dimensions in slutet70 century – Artist Wiki »

DISCLAIMER:
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