Taking it all In

I had an exciting time attending the SMAC 2031 ( Singers, Musicians, Arts Conference) in Toledo this past week.  The host and founder Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole was magnificent and everything that was presented edified and fortified my focus and dedication to my craft and my creator.  The artists that performed at the evening services tore the place up... They were incredible!!!  I heard great singing, excellent teaching, and spirited preaching from the likes of Bishop Hezekiah Walker, Bishop Paul S Morton, Tamela Mann, Elbernita "Twinkie" Clark-Terrell, Joshua Rogers, Chrystal Rucker, and so many more.

The seminars and panel discussions were priceless and the information shared, left me with a lot of homework to do in order to step my game up and position myself to reap the benefits of hard work. I loved that no matter what aspect we were discussing, Christ was the central focus and it gave me a great sense of purpose to be a part of such auspicious company. There was a whole lot of wisdom in the room. The other thing that I enjoyed was that there wasn't the sense of separation that is usually a part of many of these type of events. (No big Is and little yous) everyone shared with love and mutual encouragement. One of the highlights was an artist ( formerly Tonex or B Slade) rededicated his life to Christ and went back to his given name Anthony ( Clark) Williams symbolic of shedding his former issues and focusing on God.

I was blown away by the energy and spirit of renewal and restoration throughout the conference. I got a lot out of the experience and I want to share some of the very cool resources that I was exposed to with anyone who desires to find out more.





Much Love,



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