Karen Montgomery is a native of Houston, Tx.  She has written songs, formed and performed with musical singing groups and is now sharing her music and inspirational message through songs inspired by the Holy Spirit. Karen is currently sharing her gift at her home church and by invitation at churches and social functions. She is also continuing to record more of her original music that inspires and encourages its listeners. Karen is moving forward on her journey as an independent gospel artist. She is excited about the future with the Lord leading her.

Click The Link https://karenmontgomery.hearnow.com/i-sing-praises

Nicole Harris has ministered with a significant roster of legendary and inspiring artists including but not limited to Vashawn Mitchell, Todd Dulaney and many other gospel greats. In fact, this songstress can be heard leading Todd Dulaney’s chart topping single, “Your Great Name” – extended version, wish has reached over 7.5 million views on YouTube and is still climbing the streaming charts. Nicole Harris is not only a gifted voice of God, but she is a talented writer as well. Nicole co-wrote and is featured on Todd Dulaney’s single entitled, “You’re Doing It All Again,” which has reached the nations, landing #1 on the Billboard Gospel Airplay Charts in 2019. Since working with so many great artists in ministry and song, Nicole has gained much experience and much encouragement to take her ministry to greater heights.

Through prayer and an act of faith, she has stepped out on her own as an independent artist, wishing to share with us, out of the treasures of her heart, the songs God has birthed in her. Preparing to release her freshman album this year 2021, Nicole Harris is poised and dedicated to leading the next generation of God believers to a higher calling of worship, and yielded living. Her electrifying new single “ Testify” is sure to stir souls with lyrics that resonate with reality and powerful vocals that will evoke a sense of emotion and fire. 

Though coming from humble beginnings and being raised in a small town in North Carolina, Kim Person has taken the nation by storm. She has graced major venue platforms (Bobby Jones Gospel & The McDonald’s Gospel Superfest) and has been featured with such trailblazers as Donnie McClurkin, Bishop T.D. Jakes, Vickie Winans, Deitrick Haddon, Karen Clark-Sheard, and Yolanda Adams. Kim has toured extensively throughout the country building a fan base network along the way. 
As a result, Kim’s 2019 project, “The Journey”, landed in the Billboard Top 10 for Gospel Album Sales and Top Gospel Album. “The Journey” spent over 25 weeks in the Billboard Top 20 and peaked at #2 for Top Gospel Album. Then in 2020, Kim Person, made the final ballot of the Stellar Gospel Music Awards claiming two (2) nominations – “New Artist of the Year” and “Contemporary Female Vocalist of the Year”. Now in 2021, the journey continues with the release of her latest radio offering, “Wonderful”. Also, Kim’s latest EP, “Journey 2.0”, debuted at #14 as a Billboard Top Gospel Album this week.

On June 1st, 2007 Rejoice America Radio (www.rejoiceamericaradio.org) launched its flagship internet radio station delivering a blend of entertainment, highlighting leading recording artists and complimented by informational programming. Focused on urban gospel music, Rejoice America Radio mixes with its musical programming with a complete range of sermons, church news and announcement of events from cities in different states. The listening audience experiences an uplifting blend of news talk shows and other special programming that entices and educates both listeners and website visitors. In January 2009, relaunched and Rejoice America Radio just added a new member to the team, Reggie Richardson also known as “Brother Reggie”. Brother Reggie is a real crowd pleaser and an outstanding motivational speaker who has emceed numberous gospel concerts staring prominent gospel artists. On The Brother Reggie Show, Reggie interviews Celebrity gospel artists, play writers, book authors, independent artists, popular tele-evangelists and ministers. His popularity has grown exponentially because Reggie is not afraid to be controversial and different.As far as the selection of music he chooses to play, he is one that has the gift of music that will bless his listening audience.Brother Reggie has been in radio on the Hip-Hop entertainment field since 1993, and in 2002 he made a change in his life.

Reginald (Brother Reggie) Richardson was born and raised in the Washington D.C. area, and as a child, Reggie has always liked different type of music. He even was in the band from the 7th grade until he graduated from High School playing numerous of instruments. He was known for playing the Trumpet because he played in numerous of DC Go-Go Bands.

In 1990, A well known radio announcer by the name of Donnie Simpson gave Reggie a opportunity to work in radio and Reggie found his niche while working radio in Washington D.C.and also received his degree in Broadcasting from the Columbia School of Broadcasting in Arlington Va.

In 2002, is when he started his gospel music career in Greenville N.C. and in 2007 he moved to Charlotte N.C.

He went back to Film and Broadcasting school in Charlotte for two years and graduated in 2016…

“Brother Reggie” has had the opportunity to work asides secular artist to prominent artists within the christian music industry.

In 2007, Brother Reggie sat down with his Pastor, Pastor John P. Kee, and his Pastor spoke into his life by telling him to step out on FAITH and launch his own 24 hrs Internet Gospel Station and be Faithful and Giving and watch how GOD Moves, and now Rejoice America Radio is The Fastest Growing 24 hrs Gospel Station on the internet playing The Best In Gospel Music and Ministries.

Bro. Reggie is also a Gospel Emcee, a comedian, and a person who loves to work with the community and will do whatever he can to help anybody. He also bring FREE Gospel Concerts to different cities and states.

He also is the writer of this song “Soul Survivor” The REMIX that everybody enjoys during the times that the world is in.

To contact Brother Reggie, call 704-389-0478 or via email: Brotherreggie@RejoiceAmericaRadio.org

At Greater Works our mission is to lead the community to a growing relationship with Christ. We hope to create a community that lives by faith and loves beyond limits meaning trusting and surrendering to God and loving in such a way that people feel special. We are a Spirit led ministry sharing Christ’s grace with the broken, rejected and lost.  We are a bible based grace-centered place of worship that values relationship over religion. We believe that when people of God gather miraculous things can and should happen. God, through his son Jesus Christ, has given us all gifts that fulfill both our spiritual and practical needs, so that we may live a joyful and abundant life. Come experience sincere worship and a message that inspires. Be a part of something great. Join us and learn to “Live Greater”!

WHEN: Understanding God’s Timing For Your Life

WHAT HAPPENS JUST BEFORE A MIRACLE?

How can cancer save a marriage? How does the anointing overcome abuse? Can can an accident be both a great tragedy and a great testimony. The miracles we pray for are often preceded by things we didn’t plan. But the God that split an ocean with a stick, slayed a giant with a stone and crumbled a fortress with a shout is the same God that uses unusual circumstances to guide us to a life of extraordinary purpose.

Through a refreshing exploration of scripture and spiritual insight When: Understanding God’s Timing For Your Life reveals how our unusual, unexpected and even unwanted experiences are all part of God’s plan to make our lives impactful. Pastor Jermaine “PJ” Nichols examines biblical and personal moments to reveal how God determines when we are ready for our destiny.

When: Understanding God’s Timing For Your Life will challenge you to exchange your earthy timelines for God’s miracle moments.
He helps readers understand:

  • What God is looking for when He decides to bless us.
  • How to recognize and enhance our spiritual growth.
  • How the Holy Spirit responds to prayer.
  • The importance of spiritual perspective when moving by faith.

Drawing lessons from Scripture and his own life, PJ Nichols provides insight for those who feel left behind or burdened by the struggles of life. In WHEN he explains how God uses our circumstances as guideposts to discovering of purpose and destiny.

Senior Pastor J and First Lady/Executive Pastor Nicole Nichols

Please visit: www.agreaterwork.com/

When Martin Luther King Jr. addressed the Hunger Club Forum on May 10, 1967, he stated three major evils—the evil of racism, the evil of poverty, and the evil of war. The civil rights leader said these are the three things that I want to deal with today. “Now let us turn first to the evil of racism. There can be no gain saying of the fact that racism is still alive all over America. Racial injustice is still the Negro’s burden and America’s shame. And we must face the hard fact that many Americans would like to have a nation which is a democracy for white Americans but simultaneously a dictatorship over black Americans. We must face the fact that we still have much to do in the area of race relations.”

Fast forward 53 years later, Larry E Rogers Jr. a Singer, Songwriter, and Producer of Brunswick, Georgia (a city best known for the highly publicized slaying of Ahmaud Arbery who was killed by three white men while jogging) heard the echoes of Kings’ Hunger Club Forum address. This inspired the Brunswick producer to create ‘WHY I RUN’, a musical masterpiece that speaks to the injustice that black Americans face, even in today’s society shamefully at the hands of those who pledged to protect us. So let ‘WHY I RUN’ be the anthem of equality, justice, and peace for Black America today.  

Frank LeGree Singer songwriter vocal coach and record producer
Lives in Atlanta Georgia, raised on the west side of Jacksonville”Duval” Florida played sports running back for New Stanton Blue Devils Football team graduating from high school traveling to New York City
Singing Lead for Soul Explosion, Kudu, Klass, and Tranzit Band all Jacksonville Base dance bands and releasing a single record titled “If you feel it say yeah” with Jacksonvilles own Fruit Band,
Lived in Japan for 20years singing and teaching Music to Japanese people and International audiences and now back in The USA since 2014 singing with Corporate Bands sings at weddings and concerts and recently released a new single called ‘Loves in Need’ a song for the whole world to talk about 2020 summers protest and unjust treatment of blacks and people of color in America

Sharron was raised in a family of 10 singers and pianists – six brothers, one sister, and her parents. She was the soprano in the sibling’s octet – performing at events and churches throughout their Johnston County community as, The Jenkins Family. As a teen, Sharron was the Sunday morning pianist and lead vocalist for a small church in Selma, N.C. During her college years, music became more than an emerging passion, music became Sharron’s ministry. In 1991, Sharron’s vocal talent won her the title Miss National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame (an HBCU campus queen academic/talent competition) and a spot in Jet and Ebony magazine. Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, she was one of the lead vocalists for a 12 piece “orchestra-style” jazz band in Chicago called, The Eddie Harrison Band – performing 2 to 3 nights a week at venues and events throughout Chicago. Sharron performed on several televised/radio programs in N.C. and Chicago including WRAL TV morning news, Tarheel Talks TV show, Spiritual Awakening, Gospel Radio, and a brief impromptu performance for Oprah and Simon Cowell on the Oprah Winfrey Show in the mid-1990s.  As a member of Salem Baptist Church of Chicago (over 15,000 members), Sharron sang on the praise team and participated in a gospel music tour in Russia (Riga, Latvia, Liepaja, Daugavpils, Gipka, etc.). 

Although music is her first love, Sharron holds a doctorate’s degree in chemistry and as a scientist/biophysical chemist, she spent most of her twenties in graduate school trying to find a cure for her brother’s (Ebony) neurological disorder, Neurofibromatosis.  But Ebony’s death ushered in a new gift and a new calling on Sharron’s life – suddenly she was hearing and writing songs in her sleep and in her dreams. She began to immerse herself in music as a means to spiritual, emotional, and physical well-being. In the early 2000s, she co-led a health and music workshop with Richard Smallwood for an organization called “United for One Cause” (a Mark Hubbard nonprofit) – an event that drew the presence of well-respected artists like Donnie McClurkin and Donald Lawrence. She’s a published author of several textbooks, but Sharron’s first publication, “African American Health Disparities”, included the release of her first recording entitled “The Lord’s Prayer”.  As Sharron began to immerse herself in her music, Borders Books and Music sponsored a series of book signings and live band performances at several of their bookstores in North Carolina and Chicago.  Her unique background landed her a continuous request for workshops, talks shows, public speaking engagements, and televised interviews.

One of Sharron’s first recordings was written and produced by Michael Gray and Tim Gant who were writers for well-known artists like The Backstreet Boys. To date, Sharron has written, produced, and released 10 songs; and the first song “Heaven” was written in a dream, produced by Terry Moore, and released in 2001. Sharron’s single, “Yes”, was released in 2016 and her album “Whoa” was released in 2017.  In 2018, Sharron’s unique musical rendition of Maya Angelou’s Poem, “And Still I Rise” landed her an offer from Cage Bird Legacy and CMG Worldwide to co-author with Maya Angelou the release of Maya’s poem as a song. The new single would be called “Sharron’s And Still I Rise”; and today, the song is featured on Maya Angelou’s official website. So, if you are looking for a new sound. or a little inspiration with a neo-soul Christian vibe, Sharron just might be your muse.  Sharron is a “unique” talent who often states, “Biophysics is my training, but music is my calling”.  Sharron is also one of the newest artists to join the roster of RevNation – a “one-stop-shop” for music management, brokering, and out-sourcing for independent artists.

If you are looking for a little neo-soul, R&B inspiration, you are looking for the up-and-coming, recording artist, Sharron.

Links:

“And Still I Rise” https://www.facebook.com/drsharronjenkins/videos/10156276910448337/

“Yes” single:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQknatGqK7Q

Album: https://www.iamsharron.com/album

Website: https://www.iamsharron.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drsharronjenkins 

Ms. Bethany has shared the stage with mainstream gospel artists such as John P. Kee, Jay Moss, Shirley Caesar, Lanette Hawkins- Stephens, Rev. James Moore, Lamar Campbell and Praise, and the Clark Sisters just to name a few.
Bethany has a passion for music, theater,  voiceover, and commercial work, education, and business. She has educated children for over 15 years and has been training soloists, choirs, and groups for over 30 years. Most importantly, Bethany is a devout Christian and loves to spread the good news through her life and song.
Bethany holds a Master of Science in Music Technology and a second master’s in business leadership with a concentration in Human Resources and Business Ethics.  

Beginning her songwriting journey with her husband and producer, Dameon Reeves. The two dedicated time establishing her sound. The chemistry of Brittany’s musical influence and testimony combined with Dameon’ screativity is a match made in Heaven. Brittany is currently in the studio working on something new. “Walk With Me” is an everlasting beginning of more music to come. “Walk With Me is my prayer to God asking him to abide with me always. Especially during times of such uncertainty. God has covered my family, and although we’ve experienced loss he’s protected us and for that I’m so thankful.”