Thursday, February 23, 2012

The Celebration Continues...TGMEA 2012

The Mime and Praise Dance Ministry came to help congratulate Pastor E in the worship of the Arts. Their rendition delivered to the service was as usual quite moving and outstanding expression of love for such the honored award.

 Jackie Smith, Founder of YDM, formerly from Jackie Smith and Divinity and The Alvin Dread Singers was our presenter of the Legends Award given to Alvin Dread. Alvin Dread was the original composer of "The Lord Keeps Blessing Me". He presently serves as Minister of Music at The Missouri City Baptist Church in Missouri City, Texas.

Further presentations were made to the Southern Travelers and the Joyful Harmonizers; these two male chorus components have been in the ministry of spreading the good news of God's love through song for over 50+ years- well deserved of a Legends Recognition. Presented by Michael Robinson from ENDURANCE.

Minister Lawrence Ingram and the Ozen High School Choir traveled from Beaumont, Texas; We are so grateful to them for assisting us in making the presentation to Corlis A. Rabb a great and memorable segment. Unfortunately, Ms. Rabb was unable to attend due to rest and recovering at home. But we are grateful of her representative coming to accept on her behalf, Minister Travis Terry (godson). 

Among our other Legends Recipients included Minister Charles Tyrone and Rev. Charles Hudson.

Minister Charles Tyrone entered into the services and overwhelmed the audience with his presence. Although, he has been enduring several health challenges;Tyrone gave a expressive thanks and appreciation by saying, "Thank You and God Bless".

Rev. Charles Hudson is the general manager of the famed KTSU-FM (90.9). He has received awards and nominations but to receive an award from your own town was an honor to him.


 Rev. George Nelson, represented his pastor, Bishop James Dixon from the Northwest Community Church. Bishop Dixon was out of the country handling the human trafficking issue now plaguing our nation.

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