Lord I’m Trusting

Another “old school” traditional gospel song in the same vein as Regina Belle’s “God Is Good”. Typical “call and response” song…easy for the congregation to follow along with. This song was recorded in 2003 on an album titled “Sing it on a Sunday Morning – Just Having Chu’ch”

God Is

“God Is” was written by Dr. Robert Fryson and was first recorded in 1979 by Rev. James Cleveland and the Southern California Community Choir. This recording by The Soul Children of Chicago is wonderful because of the power of the performance; these “kids” make a BIG sound.  I also chose this version because I have … Read more and listen God Is

Bread of Heaven

James Moore “Live” With The Mississippi Mass Choir, 1995 Reverend James Moore Sr. (February 1, 1956 – June 7, 2000), born in Detroit, Michigan, was a gospel artist well known throughout the gospel recording industry for his powerful vocal abilities. Moore had a genuine love for the traditional sounds of the church, but came to … Read more and listen Bread of Heaven

It’s a Highway to Heaven (Walking Down the King’s Highway)

“It’s a Highway to Heaven (Walking Down the King’s Highway)” was written by Thomas A. Dorsey, “The Father of Black Gospel Music”, and Mary Gardner in 1954. This recording not only has wonderful vocals, but features a classic Hammond B3 organ.  The Hammond B3 was introduced in 1955 and among the early customers of the … Read more and listen It’s a Highway to Heaven (Walking Down the King’s Highway)

Jesus When Troubles Burden Me Down

Reverend Timothy Wright started on piano at age 12, and sang and composed for his church choir as a teenager at the St. John’s Fire Baptized Holiness Church of God in Brooklyn. He played piano for Bishop F. D. Washington and Isaac Douglas in the 1960s and 1970s, including on recordings, and he formed his … Read more and listen Jesus When Troubles Burden Me Down