Gospel Music Workshop of America, Inc.

Gospel Music Workshop of America, Inc.
Central New Jersey Chapter

Monday, April 16, 2012

Revive!!! is coming to Trenton!!!! April 21st, 10AM - 5PM Shiloh Baptist Church, Reverend Darrell Armstrong - Host Pastor

The Central New Jersey Chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America, is proud to support and participate in "Revivejustice 2012".  Several members of CNJC were a part of Revivejustice 2010. The worship experience, joyful singing and conversations about how to deal with our brothers and sisters who are confronted with immigration and incarceration issuses are at the forefront of conversations.  These are moral issues that should and must be dealt with through the body of Christ.  An injustice anywhere is an injustice everywhere.  As we've said before, Christ came that we might have life, and have it more abundantly.  We should be mindful of the injustices that we face in our communities and throughout the United States.  What about us as Christians concerning critical justice issues and What about Jesus and Justice?  How do we stand up as Christians in a world that sometimes seems to be so injust.  Revive Justice will deal with these questions, and more.  Do you have family members or friends who are dealing with issues of incarceration or immigration?  Then meet us on Saturday, April 21st, at 10 AM, at the Shiloh Baptist Chruch.  Let's pray about it, hear God's word about it, sing about it, talk about it and then take action.  You will be blessed as I was in the 2010 Revive Justice worship experience. 

The original Revive! brought together over 350 Christians in 2010 to talk about Jesus and Justice.  Join us again on April 21st for a day of proclamation, worship and conversation.

Proclamation:  Five of our most gifted local preachers - Pastor, Darrell Armstrong, Melinda Contreras-Byrd, Paul Jeannes, David Rojas and Pastor Simeon Spencer will inspire us and call us to action.

Joyful Praise:  Revive! will feature an instant gospel choir, led by CNJC member Reverend William N. Heard and Deborah Ford;  The Trenton Children's Chorus; praise dancers; and spirted worship that will enable us to praise God with heart, mind, body and soul.

A Moral Conversation:  How do we respond as Christians to the critical justice issues involving imigration and incarceration in our own congregations, in our own neighborhoods? 

Come and join us as we are lead by the power of the Holy Spirit and as we come together as the Body of Christ to educate and uplift each other as we continue our faith journey for Justice.  For more information, visit www.Revivejustice.org .

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