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Brandon Watson is an internationally known recording artist based out of San Antonio, Texas with a passion for worship and a heart devoted to God. Brandon's music shows complete dedication and creativity. His drive is energetic, friendly, and passionate both on and off the stage. Being born into a pastor's home, he both found and developed his love for music and heart of worship at a very young age. In November of 2012 Brandon joined with Catalyst Entertainment Group. It was under their management that two years later on February 14, 2014, Brandon released his successful debut single "ALL THIS TIME". The single was launched to SiriusXM Kirk Franklin's Praise THE WELL, all major music downloading site from iTunes, Amazon Music, and Google Play. A debut single that is still being downloaded, requested and gaining great praises and accolades.
Brandon has traveled nationally and internationally spreading the word of God through his music. Brandon's latest single "Got a Feelin" has been played on number #1 radio stations in the U.S and all over the world including iHeart Radio, SiriusXM Kirk Franklin's Praise, and FM/AM radio dials. Brandon was recently a featured artist for "Kirk Franklin's Indie Artist" showcase stamped by FO YO SOUL Entertainment.Brandon's full EP called "The Difference" is set for release March 2018. Today Brandon is a sought after song-writer, producer and recording artist, he also serves on staff as a worship leader at his local church in San Antonio Tx and is currently touring and traveling
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LeToya Luckett and entrepreneur Tommicus Walker were married on Saturday in Austin, Texas, in a gorgeous ceremony.
Dallas Cowboys chaplain Jonathan Evans, son of Dr. Tony Evans and a former NFL fullback took to Social Media on Wednesday to share footage of three NFL players openly accepting Jesus Christ as savior and getting baptized.
A former Ku Klux Klan member who burned a cross on a black couple’s lawn 40 years ago, before becoming a Roman Catholic priest, has finally written his victims an apology.
The Rev. William Aitcheson told Philip and Barbara Butler he was “blinded by hate and ignorance” when he targeted them in 1977 at their home in College Park, Maryland.
The Washington Post reports that in a letter dated Sept. 8, Aitcheson wrote he rejected those beliefs before he joined the priesthood, but was too ashamed to face the Butlers.
“I believe now that all people can live together in peace regardless of race,” he wrote in the letter.
“I also know that the symbol of the most enduring love the world has ever known must never be used as a weapon of terror. Its use against you was a despicable act. I seriously regret the suffering it caused you.”
The Butlers said they are not sure what Aitcheson could do to earn their forgiveness.
“This is going to take some time,” Barbara Butler said after a news conference Friday.
“For you to come into my life, 40 years, and say I’m sorry. I will pray on it. That’s the only thing I can do.”
Aitcheson was sentenced in 1977 to 90 days in jail. He was ordained in 1988.
The Butlers and their attorney also spoke about the recent payment to the Butlers of $23,000 from an overdue judgment in a lawsuit, along with $9,600 in attorney fees.
In a statement, the Catholic Diocese of Arlington said Aitcheson used his private funds and a personal loan to make the payment.
Aitcheson wrote in a recent essay that the violence at the deadly white nationalist really in Charlottesville in August made him think about his actions with the Ku Klux Klan.
Aitcheson was a priest at St. Leo the Great church in Fairfax City for four years before recently stepping down.
“As this matter involving the Butler family and Fr. Aitcheson has only been resolved recently, plans for his future priestly ministry are still being discerned,” the diocese said in a statement Friday.
Information from: The Washington Post, http://www.washingtonpost.com
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Senior Pastor Ron Carpenter and his megachurch, Redemption World Outreach are moving to San Jose, CA.
Carpenter shared the news with the congregation Sunday morning, that he and his wife Hope Carpenter will be stepping down next year as Senior Pastors of their current Greenville campus.
According to a press release from Ron Carpenter Ministries, Carpenter will take over Jubilee Christian Center in San Jose, CA in May of 2018. Pastor John Gray will take leadership upon Carpenters departure.
Gray currently serves as an Associate Pastor at Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas under the leadership of Pastor Joel Osteen.
Pastor Carpenter will remain on the board of directors for the Greenville church, which will be renamed by Gray at a later date.
Media Director Joe Hayes tells WYFF News 4 that both Redemption Asheville and Florence locations are expected to close. The Charlotte location will remain in operation, but will go independent, having no affiliation with Redemption. The Columbia and Raleigh locations will stay open and remain part of Redemption Ministries.
Carpenter founded Redemption Church in 1991. Carpenters first Sunday service in San Jose will be May 13th, 2018.
Source: WYFF News 4 Greenville| Joy105
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Washington (CNN)White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former contestant on “The Apprentice,” plans to leave the White House next month, according to a statement from press secretary Sarah Sanders.
Manigault Newman, one of Trump’s most high-profile African-American supporters, will leave one year to the day after Trump took office, Sanders said.
“Omarosa Manigault Newman resigned yesterday to pursue other opportunities,” Sanders said. “Her departure will not be effective until January 20, 2018. We wish her the best in future endeavors and are grateful for her service.”
White House officials have long expected that some Trump aides would leave the White House in January and Manigault Newman is the latest example that an exodus from the White House could happen. White House aides announced earlier this month that Dina Powell, Trump’s deputy national security adviser, plans to leave after the President’s first year in office.
It is traditional for administrations to experience a spate of departures after the first year in office, but Trump’s year has been particularly bruising, leaving some officials preparing for more departures than usual.
Manigault Newman’s departure, according to two sources close to Trump, has been a long time coming. She joined the Trump White House as the top communications official at the White House Office of Public Liaison, but when chief of staff John Kelly took over in July, he role began to feel ill-defined, the sources said.
It was her loyalty and friendship with Trump that kept her there for longer than anyone expected, one source added.
If you missed Ryan Chew + Unified on the Tamika Hall Radio Show, no worries, you can listen below!
About Ryan Chew + Unified
Natives to the Metropolitan area of Washington, DC; Ryan Chew & Unified's sole purpose is to spread Christian messages of love, faith, and strength through music. The group was originally started in December 2016 by, lead singer and songwriter, Ryan Chew, in efforts to create a safe haven to worship & talk about religion and spirituality. With no established name, but slight visions of expansion, the group began performing at local churches in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area.
After a few months of gigging and faith in expansion, the team knew that they could reach so much more people; thus the creation of Ryan Chew and Unified. Their diverse backgrounds in music and spirituality brings unique perspectives that’s relatable to millennials everywhere. With a Single expected to be released in Winter 2017, entitled "In You I Trust", Ryan Chew & Unified continues to perform along the east coast, singing and spreading the love of Christ
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