The New York Times says, “There aren't many doctors like Ronald Myers, a jazz-playing, Baptist-preaching family practitioner whose dream has always been to practice medicine in the kind of place most other doctors wouldn't even stop for a tank of gas.”
A 1985 graduate of the Univerity of Wisconsin Medical SchoolDr. Myers is a leading national advocate...
She has been called “the Rose of Gospel,” “the church girl,” and “evangelist” but more than anything else, three time Grammy award winner Dorinda Clark Cole is a fired up sister for Christ and one of the most gifted vocalists in the music world today.
Dr. Glenn Plummer, Pastor of Ambassadors for Christ Church in Detroit, has been integral to the success and furtherance of Christian television programming, as Chief Executive Officer of WLPC-TV26 in Detroit, Michigan, and WLPN-TV61 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the National Religious Broadcasters, Pastor Plummer was the first African-American in the history of the organization to hold that position.
Bishop George Dallas McKinney was born August 9, 1932 in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Bishop McKinney is a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School in Arkansas and a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Arkansas State College where he received a B.A. degree. He studied social work at the University of Michigan....
Pasator Kebede was born and raised in western Ethiopia, Wollega province and in early age became a popular local singer in the Oromiffa language. Pastor Abtew immigrated to the U.S. in 1987 where he found the Lord. He is now a pastor at the International Ethiopian Evangelical Church in the nation's capital - one of the most known Ethiopian churches in the US. Pastor Abtew Kebede is the national executive director of the Africa For Jesus Ministry....
Aynaw was born in the town of Gondar in northwest Ethiopia, age 12 and orphaned she was brought from Ethiopia to join the Ethiopian Community in Israel. During the 2013 Miss Israel competition, Aynaw told the judges that the time had come for a black woman to wear the crown. “It’s important that a member of the Ethiopian community win the competition for the first time, there are many different communities of many different colors in Israel, and it’s important to show that to the world.”
Following the 2013 historic visit of Yitish Aynaw, the first Jewish Ethiopian Miss Israel to the United States, African American church leaders will travel to Israel for a missions outreach to the Ethiopian Jewish community. Missions is the essential purpose of the church, demonstrating God's love by meeting the needs of others. It is our pleasure to invite you to join us.
In this one of a kind trip to Israel we will meet with local Ethiopian Community, their leaders, teachers, academics, researchers, government officials and the Ethiopian community most famous representative - Miss Israel, Titi Aynaw, an Ethiopian Jew!!! In addition, you will have an opportunity to visit some of Israel's most renowned sites, including the Western Wall, the Temple Mount, Mount Carmel, the Mt of Beatitudes,
On this tour you will follow the footsteps of Jesus from His ministry in Galilee to His final days in Jerusalem. You will visit all the biblical and holy sites in Israel. You will hear on location bible teachings from our hosts and teachers at the actual sites being described. And, you will participate in an informative fact finding discussions, panel discussions and presentations throughout the land.