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November 2018 SGNScoops Magazine

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on November 15, 2018 – 4:39 pm -

November 2018 SGNScoops Magazine

November 2018 SGNScoops Magazine

Happy Thanksgiving! It’s November and time for the Thanksgiving edition of SGNScoops magazine.

This month, we are thrilled to have Ivan Parker as our cover artist. Justin Gilmore had the opportunity to interview Mr. Parker for this issue, and we hope you enjoy this interesting and informative feature.

Also featured this month: Artists Jonathan Wilburn, Hutch Jordan of the Jordan Family Band, Zack Shelton and 64 to Grayson, as well as artist- artist-turned- politician, Bill Hefner.
We have several monthly columns for your reading pleasure this month. We know you’ll enjoy the offerings by Amy Oxenrider, Joan Walker, David Stanton, and Selena Day.
All of these articles, plus so much more fill the magazine this month, including radio charts, music reviews, and the DJ Spotlight.
SGNScoops wishes to extend a Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. We hope that you enjoy the beginning of the holiday season for 2019.
SGNScoops would also like to thank you for your faithfulness, as well as to extend gratitude to all of our artists, writers, creative team, and all those connected with the magazine and website.
Most of all, we wish to thank our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for every good and perfect gift which he has given to us. Happy Thanksgiving!
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Gonna Sing, Gonna Shout Features Top Country, Bluegrass and Gospel Stars Marty Raybon, Bradley Walker, High Road

Written by Staff on November 16, 2018 – 2:53 pm -

Gonna Sing, Gonna Shout Features Top Country, Bluegrass and Gospel Stars Marty Raybon, Bradley Walker, High Road

Gonna Sing, Gonna Shout Features Top Country, Bluegrass and Gospel Stars Marty Raybon, Bradley Walker, High Road

An impressive list of artists contribute to this collection of Rick Lang originals

Release: 11.16.18  (Billy Blue Records)

Nashville, TENN — Legendary Country, Bluegrass and Gospel stars shine brightly on Gonna Sing, Gonna Shout, a collection of all new original songs written or co-written by award-winning songwriter Rick Lang [pictured]. The new CD from Billy Blue Records is set for release Friday, November 16. 

Gonna Sing, Gonna Shout Features Top Country, Bluegrass and Gospel Stars Marty Raybon, Bradley Walker, High Road

Marty Raybon

Produced by award-winning songwriter/artist Jerry SalleyGonna Sing, Gonna Shout is the result of a two-year, highly collaborative project featuring some of the very finest musicians and vocalists in the business. The voices of bluegrass superstars Claire Lynch, The Cox Family, Larry Cordle, Dave Adkins, Jerry Salley and Kenny and Amanda Smith, and the familiar sounds of popular country music stars Marty Raybon and The Whites, plus the newer voices of Gospel music’s Bradley Walker and High Road, deliver each song as if written specifically for that particular performing artist.

Gonna Sing, Gonna Shout Features Top Country, Bluegrass and Gospel Stars Marty Raybon, Bradley Walker, High Road

Bradley Walker

This brilliant collection is made even stronger by the musical talents of Jason Roller (Alabama, Dave Mason, Wynonna) on lead/rhythm guitar and fiddle, Mike Bub (multiple IBMA Bass Player of the Year Award wins) on bass, Justin Moses (Blue Highway) on mandolin and dobro, Aaron McDaris (Rhonda Vincent & The Rage) on banjo. Still more of bluegrass music’s finest contribute to the album with the vocal talents of Larry Stephenson, Tammy King (The Steeldrivers), Brandon Rickman (Lonesome River Band), Josh Swift (Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver), and Maggie Salley.

Gonna Sing, Gonna Shout Features Top Country, Bluegrass and Gospel Stars Marty Raybon, Bradley Walker, High Road

HIGHROAD

The first single from the project, “Thinkin’ Outside The Box,” was released to radio in October and features Dave Adkins on lead vocals (with Tammy King and Jerry Salley). It was the first of four songs co-written by Lang and Salley for this very special, star-studded project.

Rick Lang is a graduate of the IBMA Leadership Bluegrass Class of 2012, currently chairs the IBMA Songwriter Committee and is active in the IBMA Songwriter Mentor Program. The New Hampshire native is well known in bluegrass music and beyond. His songs have been covered by many of the most renowned artists in bluegrass and southern Gospel music, with more than 80 recordings in his career to date. In 2010, Lang’s Look To The Light (another all-Gospel album) was nominated for a GMA (Gospel Music Association) Dove Award as well as an IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) Award for Gospel Recorded Event of the Year.

Gonna Sing, Gonna Shout is available Friday, November 16 on Billy Blue Records. This incomparable collaboration of exquisite songwriting and top talent has resulted in a masterfully arranged, heart-warming and one-of-a-kind collection … all from the pen of prolific writer, Rick Lang.

TRACK LIST
Thinkin’ Outside The Box
Heaven’s Back Yard
I See God
Don’t Tune Him Out
The Back Of The Church
Gonna Sing, Gonna Shout
Henry Clayton Parker
There Will Be Singing
I’ve Read The Book
They Were Fishermen
Sunday Morning Gospel Jubilee
There Is A Light

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www.ricklangmusic.com

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“Shining For Jesus” …..New Ground

Written by scoopsnews on November 15, 2018 – 2:26 pm -

What’s Been Going On In The Ministry?

Well, we are finishing up our 25th year as New Ground with about 170 dates under our belt.   Got to go to a few new events this year and share our music and are already looking forward to a very eventful 2019 with new places and new faces for our group.

 

What Is The Groups Favorite Place To Eat?

 

Anywhere there is food.  LOL   We enjoy eating at a lot of different places – not just one sticks out as our favorite.   We do frequent Cracker Barrel and Waffle House a lot but we all LOVE Mexican!!!

 

What is the website and booking information??

 

Our website is www.newgroundministries.com and you can call me (Robbie) at (256) 218-1983 for bookings!!!!  

 

Tell us something we probably don’t know about the group?

 

Hmmmm – A lot of people don’t know that I am a Mortician, Dale is an Engineer & Consultant, David is a Voice Teacher and Mickey – he’s Mickey – LOL – nah, Mickey is a Pastor.

 

Share a funny road story?

 

We were in a church and I was singing “He’ll Hold My Hand No Matter What Comes My Way”.   We heard a lady scream – well, being Holiness that didn’t affect me – but then another lady screamed – and then the two ladies jumped up and starting fighting – yep, right there in the middle of our song.   We never let up – just kept on singing.  The Pastor and a few ladies from the church came over and separated the two women and took them outside – and we continued the singing like nothing ever happened!!!!  Come to find out – the first lady thought the second lady had pulled her hair when she placed her hand on the back of the bench – but I wasn’t gonna ask if she really did??????

 

New Ground will be a featured artist at Southern Gospel Weekend 2019 in Oxford Alabama.

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Legal Fight Over ‘Scouts’ Sparks Surge of Interest in Faith-Based, Boys-Only Outdoor Adventure Group

Written by Staff on November 14, 2018 – 4:00 pm -

Legal Fight Over 'Scouts' Sparks Surge of Interest in Faith-Based, Boys-Only Outdoor Adventure Group

Trail Life USA CEO Mark Hancock

Trail Life USA sees continuing growth as parents seek positive alternative to PC, ‘one-size-fits-all’ programs that ignore unique needs of boys

BELTON, S.C., Nov. 14, 2018 /Christian Newswire/ — A legal fight between America’s two long-time scouting organizations has prompted a surge of interest in a boys-only, Christian-based outdoor adventure program.

Visits to Trail Life USA’s (www.traillifeusa.com) website and inquiries about starting new troops with the organization surged in the wake of the Girl Scouts of the USA’s recent trademark infringement lawsuit against the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), contesting the use of the words “scouts” or “scouting.”

The girls group argues that the BSA’s 2017 decision to rebrand as Scouts BSA and admit girls to its program has caused confusion, and could adversely affect the girls-only organization.

The dispute has not come as a surprise to Trail Life USA CEO Mark Hancock, who leads the organization that provides character development opportunities specifically tailored to boys’ unique needs and learning style.

“This is a reflection of the increasing confusion in the general culture,” he said of the scouting legal action. “When you get off a well-known path and find yourself wandering, you really don’t know what issues you are going to stir up.”

The spike of inquiries following the filing of the scouting lawsuit is only the latest marker of Trail Life USA’s rise to become the country’s leading faith-based, boys-only organization, as it continues to see explosive growth.

Enrollment in Trail Life USA during the past quarter-the back-to-school period when groups offering extracurricular activities see most newcomers-has been up 36 percent over last year. Many who have joined Trail Life troops or started new ones were formerly involved with BSA, but became disenchanted with its move to include girls.

“Engaged parents and experienced teachers know that there are innate differences between boys and girls-biologically, psychologically, socially, and in many other ways-and that watering down those differences in a one-size-fits-all program delivery model does not help either,” said Hancock.

By way of example he pointed to a high school in Memphis that has raised its graduation rate to 90.5 percent from 53 percent after converting to boys-only and girls-only classes. He cites the case in his recent e-book, Let Boys Be Boys, which outlines the unique learning and development needs of young males.

Attacking political correctness that ignores the differences between the sexes, Hancock says that normal boyhood has come to be viewed as “some sort of social disease that needs to be eradicated.”

He writes, “As leaders of boys in schools, homeschools, churches, and youth organizations, we must recognize and affirm their unique strengths and challenges. We are positioned to instill the principles and character traits that can prepare boys to become successful, focused men.”

Founded in 2013, Trail Life USA has more than 800 troops in 49 states, with a total membership of more than 30,000. Through troops chartered by local churches, Trail Life offers a K-12 program centered on outdoor experiences that build young men’s skills and help them grow on a personal level and as role models and leaders for their peers.

Trail Life USA (www.traillifeusa.com) is a Christian outdoor adventure, character and leadership program for boys and young men, K-12. Chartered through churches in 49 states, the program centers on outdoor experiences and biblical values that build a young man’s skills and allow him to grow on a personal level and as a role model and leader for his peers.


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“Shining For Jesus” Meet Charlie Sexton & Homecoming

Written by scoopsnews on November 14, 2018 – 9:21 am -

 

Charlie Sexton & Homecoming

What’s been going on in the ministry?

“Each of the 4 members of ‘Charlie Sexton & Homecoming’ have their own, personal ministry efforts.  Dr. John Turner pastors Lighthouse Baptist Church in Hiram, GA. Selena Mangrum King sings and speaks at Women’s Conference and is pianist at her home church.  Linda Foster also sings and speaks at Women’s Conferences, and joins Charlie Sexton on a few select duo dates when their schedule allows.  Charlie wears many hats. He produces recordings for other artists, promotes concerts, and is a popular emcee within the ever-popular Red Back Hymn Sing Movement.  He also conducts choir workshops.

What is the Group’s favorite place to eat when you’re traveling?

“To be honest, we are so new that we truly haven’t had a chance yet to share a meal together at a restaurant as a group. We have done a few Homecoming dates, so we have definitely enjoyed sampling some home-cooked delicacies there.”

What is your website and booking info?

www.charliesextonandhomecoming.com

Charlie Sexton
(404) 210-5478
chsexton@mindspring.com

Tell us something we probably don’t know about the group.

“We got our start when Dr. Johnny invited me (Charlie) and Foster to perform at his church’s annual Homecoming Service.  During the booking conversation, their mutual friend, Selena, was mentioned and we decided it would be fun for the four of us to learn a song or two for the festivities.  When we got together, we realized that we were on to something and that we had that classic ‘old school’ sound that not many groups have today.  Selena’s husband, Tim, made some impromptu video and posted them on social media.   Calls and requests started coming in for dates.  Only thing was, we didn’t have a name… so, since we got our start at a Homecoming, Dr. Johnny suggested ‘Charlie Sexton & Homecoming’, and it stuck.  Sure hope
Bill Gaither don’t mind… LOL”
Share a funny road story?

”Again, being SO new, we truly don’t have any real road stories yet. But, because we all have been friends for so long, most of our time together is spent reminiscing about Church services and Gospel Music related events that we have all been a part of together over the years.”

 

Come meet Charlie Sexton & Homecoming at Southern Gospel Weekend 2019 in Oxford Alabama.

Don’t forget to like “Southern Gospel Weekend Page” on Facebook and keep up with all the updates and exciting news leading up to the event.


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CHAPEL VALLEY SIGNS MEADOW LANE ON THEIR SANCTUARY RECORD LABEL

Written by Staff on November 14, 2018 – 6:58 am -

CHAPEL VALLEY SIGNS MEADOW LANE ON THEIR SANCTUARY RECORD LABE

CHAPEL VALLEY SIGNS MEADOW LANE
ON THEIR SANCTUARY RECORD LABEL

Chapel Valley is pleased to announce a new addition to their Sanctuary label. Meadow Lane is a Southern gospel trio from Cleveland, Tennessee consisting of three members of the Epperson family: Jeremy, his daughter Anais (20) and his son, Bryson (18).

CHAPEL VALLEY SIGNS MEADOW LANE ON THEIR SANCTUARY RECORD LABEJeremy recalls sitting next to his grandmother at just three years old, watching her put on her makeup on the way to the concert while she taught him to harmonize with the music from their family group, the Singing Echoes. Les Beasley put him on stage to sing at a concert when he was just five years old. When he started kindergarten, his mom came off the road and he went to school, but his concerts continued from the front yard. Neighbors would go outside to water flowers in the morning on Saturday and hear he and his brothers singing. They would go back out in the afternoon and the concert would still be going on. Now, they’ve passed that down to their families. Anais started singing before she could talk and even got a paddling her second week in kindergarten for singing in class.

CHAPEL VALLEY SIGNS MEADOW LANE ON THEIR SANCTUARY RECORD LABEJeremy traveled with the Singing Echoes for over 20 years, singing every part from bass to tenor, playing multiple instruments, and writing a number of favorite Singing Echoes songs. In February of 2014, Jeremy stepped down and shortly after, he and his two children formed Meadow Lane. The trio has toured several states and performed at many churches and prestigious venues across the country.

Shane Roark said, “We were impressed with this family from our first meeting. Jeremy’s history in the music ministry is well-rooted, and Anais and Bryson have grown up immersed in the music they sing. They sing from their hearts. We’re looking forward to producing some incredible albums together.” Meadow Lane is inspired to take their calling seriously and continue to take the songs on their hearts to the places the Lord sends them. They’re excited about joining the Chapel Valley family.

Meadow Lane’s current radio single, “I Want to be Singing” from their album entitled “Blood, Grace, and Tears” is climbing the charts. Meadow Lane is working on song selection and songwriting for a brand-new album, which will be recorded with Chapel Valley on their Sanctuary Label. Visit Meadow Lane at www.meadowlaneministries.com

and be sure to like them on Facebook to learn more about upcoming news from this talented family trio.

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Bill Bailey’s Thanksgiving Gospel Music Spectacular featuring Kingsmen, Gold City, McKameys, Perrys, comes to Vidalia, Georgia on Nov. 24

Written by Staff on November 13, 2018 – 8:53 am -

Bill Bailey's Thanksgiving Gospel Music Spectacular featuring Kingsmen, Gold City, McKameys, Perrys, comes to Vidalia, Georgia on Nov. 24

Bill Bailey’s Thanksgiving Gospel Music Spectacular featuring Kingsmen, Gold City, McKameys, Perrys, comes to Vidalia, Georgia on Nov. 24

Bill Bailey’s Thanksgiving Gospel Music Spectacular comes to the Southeast Technical College in Vidalia, Georgia, on Sat., Nov. 24 at 6:00 p.m.

Bill Bailey's Thanksgiving Gospel Music Spectacular featuring Kingsmen, Gold City, McKameys, Perrys, comes to Vidalia, Georgia on Nov. 24

Kingsmen

Featured in concert will be the KINGSMEN, GOLD CITY, McKAMEYS, and the PERRYS.  

Bill Bailey's Thanksgiving Gospel Music Spectacular featuring Kingsmen, Gold City, McKameys, Perrys, comes to Vidalia, Georgia on Nov. 24

Gold City

This year’s concert will be extra special because the McKameys have announced their retirement in 2019, which means this will be one of the last times they appear in south/central Georgia.

            
Bill Bailey's Thanksgiving Gospel Music Spectacular featuring Kingsmen, Gold City, McKameys, Perrys, comes to Vidalia, Georgia on Nov. 24

McKameys

No tickets are required for admission.

Bill Bailey's Thanksgiving Gospel Music Spectacular featuring Kingsmen, Gold City, McKameys, Perrys, comes to Vidalia, Georgia on Nov. 24

Perrys

A $15 donation per person will be requested at the door for the concert, and a love offering received during the concert for FCC Ministries.

Doors open at 5pm, and all seating is general admission.
Southeast Technical College is located at 3001 East First Street(Hwy 280) in Vidalia.
For more information, call (941) 756-6942.

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2nd Generation To Leave The Road

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on November 12, 2018 – 3:17 pm -

2nd Generation To Leave The Road

2nd Generation To Leave The Road

March 2005 was the beginning of 2nd Generation Ministries. Sisters Brenda Denney and Elaine Robinson with Randy Barnes could not have imagined then how God would work and use them to spread the gospel through 2nd Generation and the favor He has shown them. Since then, they have experienced the mighty move of the Holy Spirit, seen souls saved, hearts and lives changed and received numerous emails of healings that have taken place. God is good, and He is always faithful — time and time again!

In October 2017, Elaine felt the Holy Spirit directing her in a new direction that would involve her coming off the road. Beginning January 2019 she will be working alongside her husband, Les Robinson, who pastors Boyd Church of God in Oak Grove, Arkansas. She is excited about what God has in store for this new direction. Elaine may be stepping down from one ministry but she’s stepping up to a new one.

Brenda, Elaine and Randy, along with Linda (Randy’s wife) and Les (Elaine’s husband), have discussed at length the direction they feel the ministry of 2nd Generation is going. With the announcement of Elaine’s retirement, it has been decided that the ministry of 2nd Generation will complete this chapter of its ministry and also retire.

“We truly feel this is the direction God is leading us,” Brenda Denney said. “We know this may come as a surprise and shock to many, but we truly believe this is God’s plan for 2nd Generation. While God is leading us from one ministry, we are excited to see how He will continue to use us as individuals in ministry.”

“We love and appreciate all of our faithful friends and family who have supported 2nd Generation Ministries with your prayers, love, attendance and financial support. You’ll never know the encouragement you’ve been to 2nd G,” she said. “We also want to thank every pastor and promoter who entrusted 2nd G to minister the gospel in song.”

This is not the end for Brenda, Elaine or Randy. It is just a new chapter in this thing called LIFE. Their prayer is and always has been to be in the center of GOD’S will. “No matter what we do, we will continue to be ‘On Business For The King,'” Brenda said. 2nd Generation appreciates your prayers during this time of transition.

The final concert for 2nd Generation has not been determined yet. Follow the group on social media for more details as they come. Also, be sure to check their website for the remaining dates throughout this year to see them again in a city near you.

1 Timothy 4:7 – “For I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course. I have kept the faith.”


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Down East Boys to appear at Creekside 2019

Written by Staff on November 12, 2018 – 11:35 am -

Down East Boys to appear at Creekside 2019

Down East Boys to appear at Creekside 2019

Pigeon Forge, Tenn. (Nov. 12, 2018) — Creekside Gospel Music Convention 2019 is in the planning stages after a very successful 2018 event. Rob Patz,  director, is thrilled to announce that the Down East Boys from North Carolina will be appearing at the 2019 event, to be held from Oct. 27 – 31 in the Smoky Mountain Convention Center, Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

The Down East Boys are currently enjoying the success of their single release, “Beat-Up Bible,” from the album, “One Day In The Past.” Members include Doug Pittman, Ricky Carden, Daryl Paschal and newest member, bass singer Zac Barham.
Down East Boys to appear at Creekside 2019Ricky Carden has been with the DEB for 28 years. “I am excited to be a part of Creekside 2019,” says Carden. “I have watched this event grow over the past few years and am honored to be included in the great list of artists!”
Patz is thrilled that the DEB have already signed on for 2019, on top of all the great artists returning from 2018. “I have always wanted Ricky and his boys to appear on the Creekside stage,” says Patz. “I know they will be welcomed into the Creekside family with open arms.”
Creekside Gospel Music Convention is an annual event held in Pigeon Forge, featuring over 50 artists, daytime showcases, evening concerts, the Dr. Jerry Goff Honors, Diamond Awards and Midnight Prayer.  For more information, call Rob Patz at 360 – 933 – 0741.

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Rooted With Billy Huddleston

Written by scoopsnews on November 11, 2018 – 4:16 am -

Billy Huddleston

Billy Huddleston

No Comparison!

Psalm 73:18-28

 

   

16 When I thought to know this, it was too painful for me; 17 Until I went into the sanctuary of God; then understood I their end. 18 Surely thou didst set them in slippery places: thou castedst them down into destruction. 19 How are they brought into desolation, as in a moment! they are utterly consumed with terrors. 20 As a dream when one awaketh; so, O Lord, when thou awakest,

 thou shalt despise their image.

21 Thus my heart was grieved, and I was pricked in my reins. 22 So foolish was I, and ignorant: I was as a beast before thee. 23 Nevertheless I am continually with thee: thou hast holden me by my right hand. 24 Thou shalt guide me with thy counsel, and afterward receive me to glory. 25 Whom have I in heaven but thee? and there is none upon earth that I desire beside thee. 26 My flesh and my heart faileth: but God is the strength of my heart, and my portion for ever. 27 For, lo, they that are far from thee shall perish: thou hast destroyed all them that go a whoring from thee. 28 But it is good for me to draw near to God: I have put my trust in the Lord GOD, that I may declare all thy works.

  

  

          There’s no greater realization than God is enough. Outside of that understanding, one will never find true satisfaction. But, once realized, it is far more valuable than anything the world can offer.

Asaph had allowed himself to become distracted by the prosperity of the wicked people of his day. He questioned why they seemed to have more than they needed while God’s people only seemed to struggle. They were strong, powerful, wealthy, and arrogant. In the world’s economy, their good fortune seemed to have no limit. However, God’s economy is different – there is no comparison!

Only when Asaph regained this perspective was he freed from the comparison game: A game that can’t be won. Before, he was allowing others to define his worth rather than embracing who God created him to be. It was when he settled within himself that God was the singular desire of his life that he discovered true, lasting satisfaction.

It’s easy to become distracted by things that seem to be important. But remember: God’s people are not of this world. They live by a different standard. So, when invited to play the comparison game, refuse the invitation. There’s no comparison!

 

 

The world behind me, the cross before me;

No turning back, no turning back

.

I Have Decided to Follow Jesus

Anonymous

 

 

Decide to focus on Him!

 

 

 

 

 


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