Min. Angela Lee Price
Christian party-goers enjoyed great gospel music, comedy, spoken word poetry, and good food at the Hallelujah White Party on September 3rd at the new Center for African American Heritage in Louisville, Kentucky presented by WLOU Radio and the Buffalo Foundation. Gospel singer, songwriter, and worship director Jason Clayborn was the headlining artist rendering in song from his new CD, Rhythm & Praise songs "Strength," and "Promises" among others. Jason has written a number of songs for national gospel artists including the song, "You're All I Need" on Bishop Hezekiah Walker's Stellar-award winning CD, "Souled Out." Gospel groups, Mashiath, and Totally Dedicated, comedians Slo Your Roll, Stress, spoken word artist, King David offered a variety of contemporary and traditional gospel, comedy and spoken word.
"I would like to thank the community for showing their support for the expanded role of gospel music in the gospel community. We are expanding beyond the boundaries of the church, but solely in the name of Jesus Christ. You look just right in white tonight," stated WLOU/WLLV Radio General Manger Bill Price in his introductory remarks.
Jesus Saves Ministries was in the house along with ticket winners from the Jesus Saves Social Network and their guests (top left). I gave away a Jesus Saves Ministries gift basket loaded with all sorts of Jesus Saves items, including all four Jesus Saves Journals, to the oldest person in attendance, a member from Little Flock Baptist Church in Louisville who was 77. "It is a blessing to finally have a heritage center in Louisville where we can tell our story from our own perspective," I told the capacity audience. It is a place where other cultures can learn of our history and heritage. We say, 'Hallelujah' and give all praise, honor, and glory to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for allowing the center to exist and for bringing us to this place of celebration tonight," I said.
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