Today's episode features an interview with Pastor Al Nucciarone of Jerusalem Baptist Church in Israel. The host of Mid-South Viewpoint Byron Tyler first met Pastor Al in 2018 when traveling for Bott Radio Network to Israel. We fellowshipped on the Mount of Olives and at the Garden Tomb. Jerusalem Baptist Church was established in 1925 and is one of Jerusalem's oldest Protestant institutions.
Pastor Jake Claunch talks about his recent trip to Southeast Louisiana in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. Jake is the pastor of Eagle Heights Community Church who moved to Memphis over 11 years ago to plant the church. Originally, born and raised in the area impacted heavily by Ida, Jake shares relief efforts to support the people in LaPlace/Reserve Louisiana.
Dr. Ken Steorts founder and president of Visible Music College continues the conversation about how his quest to train and equip musicians, technicians, and business professionals in craft and Christian character became a reality through Visible Music College. After leaving Grammy-nominated Christian rock band Skillet as founding guitarist, Ken has watched God grow the college with its goal to prepare individuals for effective service in the music industry and in the Church. On this show Ken talks about the dynamics of leading worship, responding and participating in a time of worship, and opportunities to prepare "creatives" to serve.
Founder and president of Visible Music College, Dr. Ken Steorts shares the road he’s traveled to build a college that trains and equips musicians, technicians, and business professionals in craft and Christian character, for effective service in the music industry and in the Church. Ken was the founding guitarist of the Grammy-nominated Christian rock band Skillet, where he toured from 1996-1999. In addition to Memphis, Visible Music College now has campus locations in Dallas, Chicago, and California.
Jill Dyson founded AngelStreet to help develop girls by providing musical training in communities with limited artistic opportunities. AngelStreet is available to girls ages 8-18 from several schools in the North Memphis, one of Memphis’ poorest communities. It was through AngelStreet that Jill met and built a relationship with Terrian Bass Woods, one of AngelStreet’s first participants in 2013. Currently, Terrian is touring with Christian artist TobyMac as female vocalist for DiverseCity. This show originally aired in 2015.