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Renee Spearman – I Love Him

Renee Spearman I Love Him JDI Records (release date: September 27, 2019) By Bob Marovich The Stellar-nominated songstress Renee Spearman, formerly one-half of the contemporary gospel duo Renee Spearman and Prez, has been working on her own for quite some time. Her first new solo album in seven years, I Love Him, has a battery of producers, a choir directed by Tony Jones, strings, and brass. All but one of the album’s nine selections come from Spearman’s pen. That one, the relaxed “Having You There,” is by David Curry Jr. of the Mississippi Mass Choir. While the current single, featuring ...

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 126

              Playlist for Episode 126: My heart is fixed – Brenda Jefferson feat. Dorinda Clark Cole You ought to testify – Keith “Wonderboy” Johnson The pain is going to end – Bonita Burney Simmons Are you ready – Jason Champion Chain breaker – Angela “Missy” Billups Enter His gates – Patrick Lundy & the Ministers of Music You still love me – Koryn Hawthorne On my way to Calvary – Ananais Montague Holy Ghost – Frozene Lott Hayes Words of Jesus: Love your enemies – Steven Chesne Another mother’s son – Phil Cook Even ...

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Purpose of Ministry, Fate of Detroit Subjects of “Preachers of Detroit”

“Preachers of Detroit” Friday, February 20, 2015 8:00 p.m. ET/PT Oxygen By Bob Marovich Pastor David Bullock is my new hero. God’s gadfly, Bullock evokes the brusque, in-your-face, unfiltered honesty of Deitrick Haddon as he calls out the complacency of prosperity pastors who he feels are more interested in collecting wealth than serving the city’s neediest. An activist at heart, Bullock steals the show on the first episode of Oxygen’s new “Preachers of Detroit.” This unscripted drama follows the “Preachers of L.A.” formula of chronicling the comings and goings of church leaders who represent varying points of view and lifestyles. ...

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