With a style that could be classified as "radical," in Christiandom, gospel recording artist
"People speak boldly about the things they believe in. If its drugs they talk about it, if its a perverse lifestyle they're bold about it, but I am bold to tell you that there's no one that can do you like Jesus. No one can love you like him, no one can hold you like him, no one can give you peace like him," James said. "You might call me radical, but I don't mind being looked upon as crazy, for the one who healed me, for the one who freed me. He's been too good to me to be quiet about it."
He brought an entourage of 30 people who, according to James, are young people who are former drug addicts, those who society has rejected. Some accompanied him on the stage in singing, and dancing, others played musical instruments, and helped with the sound equipment.
"Even through torrential downpours almost 300 people attended this worship service and nearly 30 people received Jesus into their hearts. We hope this is just the beginning of a greater revival that will sweep through southern
He said the event was possible through unified effort of the churches, and appreciates all who helped with the planning.
"We have so many people to thank.
He said he is challenging Christians in
"We at OurMantle challenge the body of Christ in
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