Trouble After Triumph!

Pastor Brandon B. Porter of Greater Community Temple Church of God in Christ in Memphis,Tennessee preaches Trouble After Triumph!

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Watch Prophet Todd Hall Preach Powerfully at Greater Community Temple in Memphis, Tennessee!

Watch Prophet Todd Hall Preach Powerfully at Greater Community Temple in Memphis, Tennessee! He turned a one day visit into a four day revival. The house was packed every night, all through word of mouth! Pastor Brandon B. Porter of Greater Community Temple Church of God in Christ should be commended for blessing the Memphis Area with such a blessed meeting! Pastor Porter’s Church is becoming one of the flagship churches in Memphis,Tennessee!

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Come See Prophet Todd Hall Preach at Greater Community Temple in Memphis, Tennessee!

Come See Prophet Todd Hall Preach at Greater Community Temple in Memphis, Tennessee! I went to see Prophet Todd Hall preaching at Pastor Brandon B. Porter’s Church in Memphis,Tennessee. The service was incredible. I am not one that runs after this prophetic word or that one, but Prophet Todd Hall was so on the money last night that his giftings were apparent.

The words that he spoke over my life, and the one over Pastor Dillard’s life were life-changing. I must confess that I was a tad bit skeptical about going, but I was truly blessed by Prophet Hall’s teaching, preaching, and praising! I guess we shouldn’t prejudge!

I am posting several videos of Prophet Todd Hall to illuminate the incredible preacher that he is! Don’t miss this one if you live in the area of Memphis,Tennessee. I am very grateful for Pastor Porter’s consistent desire to bring many great ministry gifts to the Memphis Area!

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Commercial Appeal Article on Black Preaching Styles

The Commercial Appeal, which is the daily newpaper in Memphis,Tennessee, did an article on Black Preaching Styles in wake of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Furor! I have included an excerpt from the article and a web link where the entire article may be read. Hats off to Lindsay Melvin who was bold enough to write this arrticle!

Wright’s Remarks ‘Ugly Truth’

Minister’s Preaching Style Common in Black Churches

By Linday Melvin 

Nearly three hours into the electrifying Sunday service at Christ Missionary Baptist Church, Pastor Gina Stewart was damp with perspiration.Crammed pews of parishioners were winding down after being taken through a vigorous torrent of jubilation, anger and praise.

But the South Memphis pastor wasn’t done yet.

There was a more earthly issue eating at her — the recent coverage of racially charged remarks made by Rev. Jeremiah Wright of Chicago, longtime pastor of presidential candidate Barack Obama.

There was a more earthly issue eating at her — the recent coverage of racially charged remarks made by Rev. Jeremiah Wright of Chicago, longtime pastor of presidential candidate Barack Obama.

“I am a CNN junkie,” Stewart said to the overwhelmingly black congregation. But she warned them not to put too much stock in the news media’s negative portrayal of the now-retired pastor’s sermons or hold those statements against Obama.Stewart’s sentiments are being echoed in churches across Memphis as local pastors are saying that Wright’s remarks were taken out of context with little understanding for the long tradition of prophetic preaching that goes on in black churches.

“The African-American church has always had a prophetic ministry and prophetic preaching style,” said Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church senior pastor Frank Thomas, who was ordained by Wright in 1982 before coming to the large Memphis church.

Prophetic preaching, or speaking of social injustice to mobilize people for change, is Wright’s preaching style and it was also Dr. Martin Luther King’s, Thomas said.

“The difference is the amount of rage that is being publicly performed.”

Pastor Brandon B. Porter said

Because black people have a history of being oppressed and his congregation is mostly black, Porter says he occasionally speaks to that.

“If you have a predominantly black church you have to deal with black issues,” he said.

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Pastor Brandon B. Porter

Pastor Brandon B. Porter of Greater Community Temple Church of God in Christ of Memphis, Tennessee preaches with power in these clips!

Pastor Brandon B. Porter!

Pastor Brandon B. Porter of Greater Community Temple COGIC in Memphis,Tennessee is  preaching Engaged to a Miracle in these clips!