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GRAMMY® Award Winning Songwriter and Five-time Stellar Award Winner, Pastor Charles Jenkins is our spotlight feature this month. Jenkins is known for his smash hit, “Awesome”, a single that catapulted the Pastor and songwriter to the top of the Billboard charts. Hot on the heels of the popular praise tune, Jenkins delivers a brand new song, “I Will Live”, from the latest CD, The Best Of Both Worlds. Already exploding at radio and soaring up the BDS Charts, “I Will Live”, is an anthem of declaration. The song was penned by Carlton Jenkins, brother of Pastor Charles Jenkins. Pastor Jenkins wants the song to become an anthem for youth rebelling against senseless street violence.

Gta San Andreas Stream File. He will also be touring to support the new record. Pastor Charles Jenkins is a dynamic, inspirational and visionary religious and community leader who is greatly respected for his innovative and holistic approach to church growth, business development, neighborhood improvement, and large-scale community development and social change. He is widely known as the senior pastor of the legendary Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago, Illinois, where, under his leadership, the membership has grown to 8,000 members. The author of the leadership book, Thriving In Change, he is also a sought-after adviser to governmental and political leaders, high-profile personalities, business groups, and advocacy organizations. Jenkins’ new CD project with Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church—Pastor Charles Jenkins Presents Fellowship Chicago Live: The Best of Both Worlds – released online and in stores in June 2012. Leawo Powerpoint To Dvd Pro Full Key.

With the production and release of The Best of Both Worlds, Jenkins continues a long musical tradition at Fellowship, which released 25 albums under the leadership of Jenkins’ predecessor, Reverend Clay Evans. He attended Moody Bible Institute, in Chicago, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Christian Education. It was during that time that he became known to the leaders of the church he would eventually pastor. He later earned a Master of Arts in Religion from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Jenkins is married to Dr. Tara Rawls-Jenkins and has two daughters, Princess and Paris, and one son, Charles Jenkins, III.

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