Dexter Walker and Zion Movement in OKC – God’s Got Me



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MTJ Ministries Inc. and
Oklahoma Gulf Coast Gospel Media Assoc. Presents….
New Years Day Celebration “Sound of Hope” Tour
Host Montrae Tisdale-Johnson
Friday January 1, 2016
at Northeast Baptist Church – Oklahoma City, OK

Featuring Dexter Walker and Zion Movement of Chicago.

#BRINGTHECHOIRBACK #SOUNDOFHOPETOUR #DEXTERANDZM

Bishop Andrew J. Ford II & The Anointed Voices at the Hezekiah Walker Choir fest 2015 in Las Vegas



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Bishop Andrew J. Ford II & The Anointed Voices sings two awesome selections at 3 a.m. in Las Vegas, NV at the Hezekiah Walker Choir fest 2015. The event was held at the Victory Missionary Baptist Church in Las Vegas, NV Pastor: Dr. Robert E. Fowler, Sr.

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A New Creature – Rev. M.C. Walker (19th Street Baptist Church, Austin, TX)



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“A New Creature”
2 Corinthians 5:17
Rev. M.C. Walker
19th Street Baptist Church
Austin, TX
October 14, 2015
Good Hope Fall Revival Night #2
Guest Preacher: Rev. M.C. Walker

Dexter Walker and Zion Movement in OKC – Medley



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MTJ Ministries Inc. and
Oklahoma Gulf Coast Gospel Media Assoc. Presents….
New Years Day Celebration “Sound of Hope” Tour
Host Montrae Tisdale-Johnson
Friday January 1, 2016
at Northeast Baptist Church – Oklahoma City, OK

Featuring Dexter Walker and Zion Movement of Chicago.

#BRINGTHECHOIRBACK #SOUNDOFHOPETOUR #DEXTERANDZM

Kirby’s Augusta – Rev. C.T. Walker: No Shortage of Spirit



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You can make a pretty good case that the best preacher Augusta ever had was a short former slave who started life as an orphan.
But the life and success of the Rev. C.T. Walker demonstrates oh so well that the Lord can get the most out of many who start out with the least.

Charles Thomas Walker was born a slave in Hephzibah in 1858. His father died the day before was born and his mother passed away before he reached age 10.
That didn’t stop him.
Using the Christian church and his family for support, Walker moved on with his education at schools set up for the children of former slaves.
It wasn’t long before his calling to become a minister displaced other ambitions. He entered Augusta Institute – which later moved to Atlanta to become Morehouse College – for ministerial training.
A small man, 5 feet 6 inches – Walker was big in the pulpit, quickly gaining a reputation for oratory.

After preaching three years in LaGrange, Ga., Walker returned to Augusta in 1883. In 1885, then 27, he helped organize Tabernacle Baptist Church, one of the most influential churches to be founded in Augusta.

Walker not only saved souls, he informed them. He began one of Augusta’s first minority newspapers, Augusta Sentinel, in 1884.
Dr. Walker’s opposition to the “separate but equal” status of American blacks became more pronounced after his pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 1891.
On his return to America, Dr. Walker wrote about the irony of an already burgeoning immigrant class that seemed to outdo blacks born in the United States.
“These very people come to America to supersede the Negro and to boss him!” he wrote.

The frustration of watching poor, white immigrants succeeding where blacks failed because of racism became a recurring theme in Dr. Walker’s talks after he moved to New York City to be pastor of Mount Olive Baptist Church in 1899.
By 1900, Dr. Walker boldly declared blacks could not hope to escape the evil of racism by migrating North.
“It was a mistake for blacks to leave the South, since prejudice was national and not sectional,” he said.

During a speech the same year at New York’s Carnegie Hall, the minister outlined the state of African-American affairs.
“The Negro is an American citizen,” declared the minister to an audience of 8,000. “The amendment to the Constitution did not make us men; God made us men before man made us citizens!”
Such radical turn-of-the century views conflicted with the cautious approach prescribed by the more conservative Booker T. Washington.
Yet the minister continued, mingling his message of equality with converting souls to Jesus Christ. According to newspaper accounts of the time, dozens, sometimes hundreds, at a time would heed the call to change their lives in respect of God.
One, John D. Rockefeller, one of the most influential if not richest men in America, loved to hear him preach.

Returning to Augusta in 1901, the minister continued his missionary work of education and compassion, strengthening opportunities for black children and offering a voice for the voiceless.

In 1909, Dr. Walker was asked to introduce President-elect William Howard Taft at the YMCA the minister founded on Ninth Street.
Such would become the legend of Dr. Walker before his death at age 63 in 1921. Today, through Tabernacle Baptist Church – the center of Augusta’s fledgling civil rights efforts – and C.T. Walker Traditional Magnet School, that work continues.

When he died in 1921, The New York Times reported his death with sympathy and praise.
Almost a century later, Augusta honors him with the name of magnet school of exceptional young students.
What better way to serve our community’s future?

Walker – Prayer – Tucson Masterworks Chorale



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“Prayer” from Together in Song, arr. Gwyneth Walker, performed by the Tucson Masterworks Chorale in its 66th Season on November 13, 2015, at Catalina United Methodist Church, Tucson, Arizona. Director, Jonathan Kim; Organist, Dennis Grannan; Soloists, Katie Nix, Andrew Stuckey, and Hugo Vera; with Masterworks Brass & Percussion.
This was part of a “Together In Song” program, which also included works by Beach, Strimple, Copeland, Lauridsen, and Erb.
Videographer, Jesse Thrall.

AIM 2015 Meeting | NE 1st Jurisdiction – June 10th | Pastor Edwin Walker



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Special Guest speaker at the Nebraska 1st Jurisdiction AIM Meeting, Pastor Edwin Walker of Friendly Temple COGIC in Chicago, IL.

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Walker – Hear The Trumpet Sound – Tucson Masterworks Chorale



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“Hear the Trumpet Sound” arr. Gwyneth Walker, performed by the Tucson Masterworks Chorale in its 66th Season on November 13, 2015, at Catalina United Methodist Church, Tucson, Arizona. Director, Jonathan Kim; Organist, Dennis Grannan; Soloists, Katie Nix, Andrew Stuckey, and Hugo Vera; with Masterworks Brass & Percussion. This was part of a “Together In Song” program, which also included works by Beach, Strimple, Copeland, Lauridsen, and Erb.
Videographer, Jesse Thrall.

Walker – The Gospel Plow – Tucson Masterworks Chorale



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“The Gospel Plow” from Together in Song, arr. Gwyneth Walker, performed by the Tucson Masterworks Chorale in its 66th Season on November 13, 2015, at Catalina United Methodist Church, Tucson, Arizona. Director, Jonathan Kim; Organist, Dennis Grannan; Soloists, Katie Nix, Andrew Stuckey, and Hugo Vera; with Masterworks Brass & Percussion.
This was part of a “Together In Song” program, which also included works by Beach, Strimple, Copeland, Lauridsen, and Erb.
Videographer, Jesse Thrall.

Apostolic Preaching – Pastor Walker: It’s in the blood



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Church youtube description:
World Harvest Pentecostal Church
4450 N. Brawley
Fresno, Ca

Date: Sunday PM March 4th, 2012

Speaker: Pastor Keith J. Walker

Sermon Title: It’s in the Blood

Description: Pastor Walker preaches about the Blood and about Jesus Christ our Lord, Savior, and healer!

Service Times:
Sunday – 10:30am | 6:30pm
Wednesday – 7:00pm

Bishop Joseph Walker ‘Selecting the Right Pastor'(Pastoral Anointing)



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Bishop Walker received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; a Master of Divinity Degree from Vanderbilt University and a Doctor of Ministry Degree from Princeton Theological Seminary. Particularly, he credits Southern University with giving him the wisdom necessary to hold his current post as Bishop of Senior Pastors within the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship, which is under the leadership of International Presiding Bishop Paul S. Morton. At each university, however, he was surrounded by some of America’s leading academic minds, which proved invaluable to him. Bishop Walker is also a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and the Kappa Kappa Psi Band Fraternity. He is married to the former Dr. Stephaine Hale. She is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Neonatology at Vanderbilt University.

In 1992, at the age of 24, Bishop Walker began his pastorate at Mt. Zion with 175 members. Presently, the ministry has grown to over 25,000 and continues to grow at a phenomenal rate of over 1,800 souls per year. Under Bishop Walker’s leadership, Mt. Zion’s ministry has expanded beyond its original location in the Historic Jefferson Street Corridor to eight weekly services in three physical locations and includes not only mtzionAnywhere.org, its fourth church location, but also other virtual outlets such as facebook and twitter.

As philanthropists, in 2010, Bishop and his wife, Dr. Stephaine Walker, founded the non-profit Dr. Joseph & Stephaine Walker Foundation. The foundation is committed to helping people help themselves and those around them lead productive and satisfying lives. The mission of the foundation is primarily advanced through education, mentorship and outreach. Over the last four years and under the umbrella of the foundation, over $500,000 in scholarships has been awarded to deserving students through the Dr. Diane Greer Walker Memorial Scholarship Fund in honor of his late wife, Dr. Diane Greer Walker. A prolific writer, he is the author of six books and is busy completing his seventh, which will be published in 2011. A recipient of numerous awards and honors, Bishop Walker sits on noteworthy boards, including the Board of the American Red Cross, and holds a governor-appointed post on the Tennessee Human Rights Commission. He is recognized in the March 2010 Nashville Post Magazine as one of Nashville’s ministerial community’s most educated and influential leaders.

Alan Walker – The Spectre



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Hope you guys like this track – it’s a remake of the instrumental ”Spectre” that I released a few years ago. Some of you might recognize it as it’s been part of my live shows lately. It’s a song that I specifically want to dedicate to my core fans, who’ve been following me since the start. Excited to hear what you think, leave your comment in the section below!

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Video credits:
Concept: MER
Director: Alexander Zarate Frez & Audun Notevarp
DOP: Alexander Zarate Frez & Lars Erik Steffensen
Editing: Alexander Zarate Frez
Motion Graphics & Grading: Audun Notevarp
Lighting: Kenneth Tangen
Choreography & dancing: Quick Style Studio (Arvin Go, David Leung, Jan Erik Santos, Jonas Storheim)

Lyrics:
Hello, hello
Can you hear me
As I scream your name
Hello, hello
Do you need me
Before I fade away

Is this a place that I call home
To find what I’ve become
Walk along the path unknown
We live, we love, we lie

Deep in the dark
I don’t need the light
There’s a ghost inside me
It all belongs to the other side
We live, we love, we lie

Hello, hello
Nice to meet you
Voice inside my head
Hello, hello
I believe you
How can I forget

Who God Is? Part 1- Bishop Joseph Walker III(Perisquad)



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Bishop Joseph Warren Walker III is the pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Nashville, Tennessee. He was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, to Deacon Joseph and Rosa Walker.

He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern University, a Master of Divinity degree from Vanderbilt University, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Princeton Theological Seminary. He holds honorary doctorate degrees from Meharry Medical College and Southern University. Bishop Walker is also a member of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity and the Kappa Kappa Psi band fraternity.

He is married to the former Dr. Stephaine Hale, who is an assistant professor of pediatrics and neonatology at Vanderbilt University. Both agree that their most joyous accomplishment to date has been the birth of their daughter, Jovanni Willow Walker, who was born in May 2012.

“Bishop,” as he is fondly called, began his pastorate at Mt. Zion in 1992 with 175 members. Presently, the ministry has grown to over 29,000 members and continues to grow at a phenomenal rate of over 2,000 souls per year. Under Bishop Walker’s leadership, Mt. Zion’s ministry has expanded beyond its original location on historic Jefferson Street to seven weekly services in three locations, as well as a worldwide virtual church location (mtzionanywhere.tv), which ministers to millions around the world. In April 2006, his leadership also expanded to Jackson, Tennessee, where the Zion Church became Mt. Zion’s first church plant.

Vowing never to abandon the Jefferson Street area, Bishop Walker launched the New Level Community Development Corporation (NLCDC) in 2001. The NLCDC is committed to low- and moderate-income families and to community economic development. He states that the Mt. Zion ministry will continue “to turn over the stone of economic irresponsibility . . . by investing in programs and by partnering with outside agencies to bring about a change.”

His philanthropic efforts shifted to a new level when he and his wife founded the Drs. Joseph & Stephaine Walker Scholarship Fund. Scholarships are made available through the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and are given to assist students in achieving their academic dreams. Each year, the fund gives thousands of dollars to deserving students and also awards a scholarship in memory of Bishop Walker’s late wife, Dr. Diane Greer Walker.

A prolific writer, he is the author of nine books; and he and his wife co-authored Becoming A Couple of Destiny. His latest book, Leader Shifts: Mastering Transitions in Leadership & Life, parallels Bishop Walker’s spiritual journey to that of the Old Testament patriarch Joseph.

A recipient of numerous awards and honors, Bishop Walker sits on noteworthy boards, including those of the American Red Cross and Citizens Bank. In 2010, he was recognized in the Nashville Post magazine as one of the city’s most well-educated and influential ministerial leaders. In early 2013, The Root.com named him one of the “20 Top Black Preachers” in the country. Most recently, Ebony magazine recognized him on its “Power 100” list as one of the nation’s most influential African American leaders.

Bishop Walker is deeply concerned about America’s youth and young adults and is the visionary behind Mt. Zion’s Youth & Children’s Ministry. This ministry includes the Judah Generation Youth Choir (with its debut album, Bishop Joseph W. Walker III Presents Judah Generation) and Mt. Zion’s Kid-Zone, a youth-centered facility for youth worship, tutorial services, and outreach. He also spearheaded Mt. Zion’s College Ministry, which provides thousands of students with a positive environment for academic resources and spiritual growth.

In 2014, in the wake of the social unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, Bishop Walker founded Nashville Unites. This program is rapidly becoming a national model of collaboration in addressing issues that divide communities. Nashville Unites partners with those in the community working toward positive change and provides strategies and real solutions.

Currently, Bishop Walker serves as the International Presiding Bishop-Elect in the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International. In July 2013, he was chosen to succeed International Presiding Bishop Paul S. Morton Sr. in 2015.

Throughout his life and ministry, Bishop Walker has demonstrated a caliber of leadership well beyond his years. Recognized as a man from humble beginnings, he is a teacher, humanitarian, philanthropist, businessman, community volunteer, husband, father, and pastor. Bishop Joseph Warren Walker III is an anointed man of God whose voice is calling for national and global leadership that enhances the quality of life for all people.