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Andy James Court
Andy James Court invites you all to experience ‘Remember’, his current CD compilation of Inspirational Gospel-Pop songs, that see us journey with him, as he reflects on his relationship with God.

These songs will take you down memory lane to when Andy first connected with God.
They talk about the things that have brought him closer to God, as well as those that have pulled him away.
They reveal his relationship as it was, as it is, and as it should be.

It’s Andy’s prayer that these musical compositions will not only be a source of joy to all that hear them, but that the songs will ignite a heart of worship, bringing people closer to God.

Andy goes by many titles: Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Husband, Daddy, Speaker, and Friend, however, it’s his title as “Child of the most High God” that motivates Andy to fuse all these together and dedicate his life to one of spreading the Gospel through song and testimony.

Andy’s love for music first began to sprout at the tender age of 5, when he’d sing harmonies in the back of the family car, whilst listening to reruns of ‘Grandma’s Feather Bed’ by John Denver. By age 8, his enthusiasm grew for all things music, as he endeavoured to teach himself guitar. His musical journey had just begun, but he was yet to embark on his walk with the Lord.

Growing up in a Christian family, having to go to church every Sunday morning, and attending an all-boys Christian school, did not automatically make Andy James Court, a Christian.
Andy spent most of his early years knowing of God, but not knowing God.

In his early 20s, Andy almost lost his life whilst out surfing. He was slammed mercilessly by a massive 20-foot wave, that not only knocked the air right out of him, but also proceeded to repeatedly suck him underwater, on the “washing machine” ride of his life. In a battle to break to the surface and take a breath, Andy recalls inwardly crying out to God and making a promise, that should he be delivered from the fury of this unrelenting wave, he would dedicate his life to serving God.

An overwhelming burst of fresh air eventually filled Andy’s aching lungs, as he lunged to the surface.

It would, however, take quite a number of years for Andy to recall this promise.

A supernatural encounter with the Living God, took this Perth boy’s life through a complete and radical change, from one of drugs and alcohol, exploring New Age beliefs, and playing in rock bands, to a life dedicated to spreading the message of the Gospel through music. Andy regretted the fact that he’d wasted so many valuable years chasing after worldly things with no eternal value. It wasn’t until he discovered the abundance of God’s Grace, that regret quickly transformed into a hope for the future, and a drive to share his experience with others. “ There were so many times my life could have ended abruptly, from drugs, motocross, car accidents, drowning, and the list goes on, but God had something else in store for me. He now uses my testimony to connect with others who are where I had been. He truly is a God of second chances.”

Three Multi-award winning Gospel albums later, Andy’s passion to tell the world about Jesus continues to burn brighter, as he sings about his journey with Christ during struggles, triumphs, heartache and joy. His musical style blends Contemporary Christian Pop, Black Gospel, Sounds of Africa and Inspirational Power Ballads.

Andy’s ability to connect with audiences on an open and intimate level, his approachable and humorous character, and his message, that flows straight from the heart, help build a bond between him and those who attend his concerts.

Andy has taken his music to churches, schools, prisons, stadiums and festivals, and his concerts and performances have been warmly embraced, touching the lives of thousands.

Andy is also an active partner of Compassion Australia, journeying with them in the work that they do in releasing children from poverty. With four sponsor children of their own, Andy and his wife Sharon regularly encourage people to sponsor a child and make a difference.

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music and wisdom http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvysgZVQEEw
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VOEVault  Offline  United States
Voices of Eden Gospel Choir - University of North Carolina at Charlotte The Voices of Eden Gospel Choir was founded at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in late spring 2005, and held its first rehearsal in September of that same year. The group’s founder, Zacch Estrada-Petersen, a UNCC senior at the time, sought to create an atmosphere where members of the campus community were free to fellowship and worship the Lord through the gift of music.

No audition is required to join Voices of Eden, and all are welcome, regardless of previous experience. All that is needed to join the choir is the desire to have a closer relationship with God.

Voices of Eden regularly participates and performs in UNCC events, and at various functions around the Charlotte area. They have performed alongside other church-based and collegiate choirs, including the highly acclaimed New Horizons Gospel Choir of North Carolina State University, the Neo-Black Society Gospel Choir at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the Florida A and M University Gospel Choir, and the Littleton H. Mason Singers at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga.

Voices of Eden usually hosts four full-length concerts each school year – two in the fall, and two in the spring. Among them, the choir has hosted an annual charity benefit concert since 2007, which has been in support of the Bethlehem Center of Charlotte, Habitat for Humanity, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Charlotte and Jacob’s Ladder Job Center, Inc.

Voices of Eden has done tours to Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia and Charleston, South Carolina; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Chicago, Illinois; Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Washington, D.C. They have traveled on two occasions to Durham, North Carolina. In March 2007, the choir participated in an international gospel choir competition held in Brooklyn, New York. In February 2009, the choir opened up for international gospel recording legend Yolanda Adams, at the 2009 CIAA Gospel Explosion in Charlotte.

Voices of Eden also provided background vocals on the score for a short film by local filmmaker Don Johns, in an original composition. The film, titled “A Mother’s Prayer”, debuted in May 2009. In August 2009, another original Johns composition, “Let the Children Laugh”, was recorded. The song will air on a promotional video for an international charity – Solace for the Children – which provides medical, dental and optical services to children of war-torn Afghanistan. A third original song by Johns, “Can You See Me”, was recorded by Voices of Eden in March 2010.
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Hope Cook Lovely Young Black Women Of God
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A Mad Black Woman Speaks ministry, videoblog,life
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Methodist Church The Methodist movement is a group of historically-related denominations of Protestant Christianity which derive their inspiration from the life and teachings of John Wesley. George Whitefield and John's brother Charles Wesley were also significant leaders in the movement. It originated as a revival within the 18th-century Church of England and became a separate Church following Wesley's death. Because of vigorous missionary activity, the movement spread throughout the British Empire, the United States, and beyond, today claiming approximately 80 million adherents worldwide.[1]

Methodism is characterized by its emphasis on helping the poor and the average person, its very systematic approach to building the person, and the 'church' and its missionary spirit.[2] These ideals are put into practice by the establishment of hospitals, universities, orphanages, soup kitchens, and schools to follow Jesus's command to spread the Good News and serve all people.[3] The Methodist movement is also known for its rich musical tradition. Charles Wesley was instrumental in writing much of the hymnody of the Methodist Church,[4] and many other eminent hymn writers come from the Methodist tradition.

Methodists are convinced that building loving relationships with others through social service is a means of working towards the inclusiveness of God's love. Wesleyan Methodists teach that Christ died for all of humanity, not just for a limited group, and thus everyone is entitled to God's grace. Theologically, this view is known as Arminianism, which denies that God has pre-ordained an elect number of people to eternal bliss while others perished eternally. However, Whitefield and several others were considered Calvinistic Methodists. The Methodist movement has a wide variety of forms of worship, ranging from high church to low church in liturgical usage.

Early Methodists were drawn from all levels of society, including the aristocracy,[a] but the Methodist preachers took the message to labourers and criminals who tended to be left outside organized religion at that time. In Britain, the Methodist Church had a major impact in the early decades of the making of the working class (1760–1820). In the United States it became the religion of many slaves who later formed 'black churches' in the Methodist tradition.
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