Defining Worship Again Live 2
Defining Worship Again Live Vol. 2 provides a progressive DVD/CD instructional aid that presents various prospective of corporate worship. Songs that range from praise and worship to hymns and gospel that express every need in the sanctuary from private to public worship. VERNON S. WILLIAMS BIOGRAPHY Vernon S. Williams started in music ministry at age of 11 in rural Dooly County, GA. Williams' parents exposed him to their own rich musical background-both held degrees in music and were educators and performers. His father performed with Duke Ellington, Otis Redding, and others. His mother, a classically trained pianist, is a retired band director. They imbued in their son a love for all kinds of music at a young age. Williams attended Troy State University in Troy, AL for a time and left when he felt the call of the road to perform, and did so. From Sunday morning brunches at the famous Sylvia's Restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia, jazz festivals with a touring band, to facilitating a world choir of many nations in Decatur Georgia, he fine tuned his voice and consciousness, cultivated his sound and experienced the world. Williams is currently submitted to Pastor C.E. Glover in Fort Lauderdale, Florida where he serves as Worship Pastor at the Mount Bethel Baptist Church. For a combined total of 25 years he has served as the Director of Music Ministry at Greater 2nd Mt Olive (Albany, GA), Beulahland (Macon, GA), First Baptist (Warner Robins, GA), Clarkston First Baptist (Decatur, GA) Word of Life (Griffin, GA), St. Paul Methodist Church (Troy, AL). He served as Assistant Pastor at Beulah Hill in (Tifton, GA) and Christian Education Director at the Central Union Baptist Church (Fort Valley, GA) simultaneously. His personal accomplishments range from producing artists' CDs, as well as working as the Music Director for the Pace Family (La Shun Pace and the Pace sisters) and sharing with other industry talents including the Late Reverend James Moore, Richard Smallwood and Byron Cage. Williams counts Cage as the greatest to influence his career in a prophetic song class offered at a New Birth workshop in 1991. In 2003, Williams worked with Kurt Carr and the Carr Singers on the Byron Cage Project live at New Birth Cathedral in Atlanta, Georgia as a background vocalist. The following year, Williams brought to life and executive produced his debut worship CD entitled "Defining Worship Again" and a book on worship entitled "The Hour Is Coming And Now Is." "Worship is a lifestyle-it is who we are intended to be," he says. "When we grasp this, we become more alive to our divine reason for being here." Williams' commitment is to transition the paradigm of how we think about worship itself and heeded the call of God to form the Defining Worship Again ministry movement. This inaugural conference of the same title is an outgrowth of this stirring. A sought after conference speaker and trainer, Williams travels throughout the year sharing his unique gift and perspective of music ministry with churches and Christian music conference attendees around the country.
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