Speaking directly to the hearts of guys and girls, will include two separate Bible studies written along the same general outline (with video for each):- Guys study written by D. Horton that speaks specifically to young men- Girls study written by Amy-Jo Girardier that speaks specifically to young women FREE SAMPLES — Leader Guide and Student Book If you have questions about launching a True Love Project study or True Love Waits program in your church, feel free to email us at [email protected]
Willie Mae Ford Smith used to call her gritty, downhome style of church singing “Christian blues” and gospel’s greatest songwriter Dorsey began his career as a juke joint piano player.First Timothy 4:9-10 says, "..have put our trust in the living God who is the Savior of all men, and especially those who believe." Jesus did not just die for Christians, He died to redeem, reconcile, and ultimately save the Cosmos. God, however, is Spirit and cannot be confined exclusively to any particular religion including Christianity.He's not Jewish or Christian or Hindu or Buddhist; yet, He is all of that if we want or need Him to be, while at the same time, none of it conclusively, because He can't be and, in fact, is not limited to a person's or culture's perception of Him.GLORY HALLELUJAH: The Golden Age of Gospel by Michael Corcoran On an unseasonably breezy August afternoon in 1963, Dr. Clara Ward and the Ward Singers, meanwhile, were openly chastized when they traded their choir robes for sequined gowns and took their act to Las Vegas. “Worst thing I ever heard,” Dorsey’s longtime associate Sallie Martin was overheard grumbling. ” Never mind that Aretha, like such R&B/pop acts as Wilson Pickett, Lou Rawls, the Staple Singers, Johnny Taylor, Billy Preston and Dinah Washington, began her singing career in the gospel field or that she was always quick to acknowlege such church singers as Clara Ward, Marion Williams and Bessie Griffin as influences. ” Sister Rosetta Tharpe, a great blues guitarist as well as gospel belter, was almost stripped of her “Sister” rank by shocked churchgoers in the early ’40s when she sang religious songs with an 11-piece jazz band.
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