17 Burst results for "Cece Winans"
"cece winans" Discussed on The Grove Podcast
"All anybody in agreement with me so be motivated to cultivate your belief so that you'll be strong because you know what win we. We're strong in the lord. Then we begin to shy when we mature in the lord is no longer about us. The last really in cultivating your beliefs is when you care about somebody else. Your mind begins to think it's not just about you but your thoughts are now on people. Why because i've made up my mind. I'm gonna make i'm gonna hear well done but you know what i want my sister to hear it too. I want my coworker to hear it too. So i'm going to invite them to church. See a lot of us. Don't invite them to church because we don't have we going. But when i make up my mind that this is my lifestyle i get excited about the word so people see your excitement and so then you say come on come to church with me and then when you see somebody gets say. Oh my god talking about strengthening your belief and your conviction you're ready to take on the world. So that's a word spore your good. God wants you to be strong and to remain strong. Twenty twenty was a rough year. But guys i don't know what the future holds but god does. I don't have to worry about it. Nothing takes him but he wasn't shot by the pandemic he knew was come any already made a way of escape. And when you fall in love with him you can't lose if i died a night. I'm being promoted..
"cece winans" Discussed on The Grove Podcast
"God the holy spirit is coming from us again but i get excited. I love going to church. I i see some of the saints getting discouraged all man. Is this another one. But but but he loves those. He chases after right. He corrects those that he loves and get excited when the word finally be like. Oh wow he got me. But that's when you're being cultivated. He's he's fixing things and he's making a stronger and when you go to one it's like oh is so now is easy. Would be hard for me to say no to his easy now. It doesn't mean it's going to stay is because when whenever god takes you one place. He's got somewhere else speed ago so therefore none of us could ever bos. we came. We came back and chill out all of us. Who are getting older. You can't chill out now. You gotta keep going. But when i look back and see god's faithfulness in the worst times of my life he shows up for me. I never think about giving up. Never because the holy spirit is with me and it's like lord the thought of calm i mean the enemy gonna bring thoughts. But you don't you don't you pull it down. The word of god tells you how to fight. We're in a fight so when a thought calms you don't dwell on that thought i'm like the w w ally..
"cece winans" Discussed on The Grove Podcast
"And how many know he comes right in to help you a man. He's waiting on us to call him. No so the bible. It's not like it goes through every situation that you'll face but it will give you the principles that you need and so when you're walking through life he's taken things out he's putting things in he's pointing you. How many know it hurts sometime. God loves us. Oh well that it hurts some time. Why because he's changing us. He's transforming us. He's straightened out crooked places. He's changing our thinking. Ultimately each one of us will give an account to god and he is the one who will judge us on that day in a world. That is ever changing personal. Convictions helped to ground us by reminding us of what we believe and reminding us of what's truly important personal convictions. That are biblically. Biblically based enable us to resist temptation and become spiritually mature as we are tested and we will be tested as we are tested and we do not give in to the pressure of the world around us. Our faith is being made pure you become stronger every test that you make it through is like and so. I remember times in my life that i had to make choices choices and the thing that will help you make the choice a lot of times when i'm talking to people and especially young people. It's like i just don't know what to do. I don't know. I don't know in most of the time if you say. Is god pleased with this. It will guy your choices. Is god glorified in this so many times in my life. I said oh no. I can't do that. no. I'm not doing that. No i'm not doing that. It wasn't rocket science. All you have to do is say. This decision. Pleased the lord. How many women do i have in here. Who really want to get it right. How many really want to receive all that. God has for you so if you really want because i really wanted to to me made no sense to go to church all my life to go to hail. That just didn't make sense to me. You.
"cece winans" Discussed on The Grove Podcast
"Why it is here as well so anyway. I am just blessed to be here. And i wanna give honor to the shepherds of this house. I love your pastors. I really do pass their louis geico and my girl shelley honor her. You know you know it's not like we spend a lotta time together. But i heard about them. Way back when When passion conference in. I heard all when they started that and i heard all the great things got was doing through them and for them. And and i've i've been a. I've been blessed from them from afar. Yeah yeah. I thank god for their hearts and i think i forgot god has done and i pray that god will do much more in their lives and for them and for you a man. Are you in agreement with that tonight. Holland louis hallelujah. Okay is a lot of wanna share with you in a short time. And you know i. I'm gonna tell you a little bit about myself in case you don't know who i am because it is another whole generation right. I don't know when it happened. But i became part of the older generation and i say that because i started singing years ago i did my first solo probably eight years old and then i went when i was seventeen years old to the l. club who was a christian program with jimmy tammy baker. Anybody know what i'm talking about. All right got and my brother and i went never planned on being a do it and tammy gave us a song to sing. Lord lift us up where we belong and we did that saul and that was like the beginning of a career that we never knew that god had planned for us. They were like bb that was. Bbn's ac nicknames. And then people started calling and saying kim those two little color kids come to our church and sing because we were probably the only two there. Maybe but but it was it was it was a blessing. And that's how we started singing and then we started doing solo projects as well. You know people thought we were married. We're not married. that's my brother. So when we started doing solo projects they were like only got a divorce like a divorce. How many interviews have done. But anyway so so tonight. It's been a long time. That's what i'm trying to say. I started singing publicly. I guess and professionally. When i was about seventeen and i'm fifty six now and and god has been faithful every step of the way so tonight. I'm really going to share with you. The one question that i get asked the most and that is how have you remained strong in your faith all of this tonight. I want to motivate you to cultivate your conviction cultivate means to acquire or develop work. Hard at foster nurture encourage conviction is a firmly held belief or opinion view thought persuasion idea. Position stands article of faith. Your convictions also include your values. Commitments and motivations a conviction is something that you're willing to die for. Romans four twenty one says and being fully convinced that what he had promised he was able to perform abraham was absolutely convinced that god was able to do what he promised. I am totally convinced that god is able to do what he promised. So what does it mean to cultivate. Your convictions is really simple. It's not something that is hard to do. It means to simply nurture your belief. Nurture your belief we as believers must understand that. We must cultivate love for jesus our convictions. So that we will become and remain true disciples of jesus christ philippians two twelve and thirteen says therefore my beloved as you have always obeyed not as in my presence only but now much more in my absence work out your own salvation with fear and trembling. I pray that god will give us a reverence for him. We need the fear of god in our hearts in our minds they man. We need to reverence him. We need to honor him. We need to get a glimpse of who he is. And god blessed me at a very young age to get a glimpse of who he was as a child i i came to know the lord jesus and he became the most important person in my life and i'm so grateful that he did because when you fall in love with him he needs to be number one in your life not number two not number three. I love jesus more than anything in any body. I tell you young women all the time you know you will meet no one who is fine enough. I don't care how cutie is. He's not fine enough to become number one. God must be number one in your life a man. Oh yes for olympia to twelve thirteen therefore my beloved as you have always obeyed in my presence only but now much more in my absence work out your own. Salvation with fear and trembling for it is god who works in you both to will end to do for his good pleasure. I stand before you tonight. Strong in my faith because of the goodness of god because of his grace because of his mercy the philippian church was dear to paul's heart. He didn't want his absence from them to be a detriment to their spiritual growth so he requested they always always always be careful to follow his instructions even while he was away. They must put into action. God's saving work by obeying everybody say obeying god with deep reverence and fear. Paul was calling the entire church to work together to rid themselves of divisions and dischord all believers are say and their their salvation secure when receive jesus as lord it is in the grind of everyday life the grind of everyday life. That salvation is actually put into action. Okay why is it important to cultivate your convictions to cultivate your convictions. Because your convictions determined the pad. Each one will take throughout their lives. Personal convictions are important. In helping to establish a framework..
"cece winans" Discussed on The Daily Article
"This is the daily article podcast published by the denison forum or culture changing christians to receive the daily article directly to your email inbox. Week day morning. Visit the daily article dot com. Now here's today's news discerned differently. Today's daily article is written by ryan. Denison and narrated by chris nectar. The attention of the nation has been understandably fixed and the aftermath of derek chauvin trial and the jury's verdict that he is guilty on all three charges as such other significant events in our culture have largely gone overlooked and while. I'm not sure. I would normally classify the academy of country music awards as an event of significance. This year show qualifies. The acm made an effort to highlight diversity within their industry. Tabbing mickey guidon as the first black woman to co host. The award show. She shared the evenings duties with keith urban and capping the night with a performance by the brothers. Osborne who's lead singer came out as gay last year. What struck me most. However was that out of all the story lines in performances that define the evening. It was the gospel music performance by carrie underwood and cece winans from the former's new album. My savior that stole the show by most accounts. For more on the album please read many elkins excellent article at denison forum. Dot org titled carrie underwood's my savior tops billboard charts now. I feel like. I need to say up front that i'm not a fan of country music. Maybe it was an act of rebellion after moving back to texas in junior high. Or perhaps it's a character flaw. That i have yet to fully rectify but the twenty twenty one academy of country music. Awards was among the last things i expected to be writing about this week underwood and winans performance however goes beyond country music. The responses received from various media and news outlets offers two important lessons for us to consider today some of the same outlets that praised cardi b and megan thee. Stallion's performance of wop. At the grammys last month as show stealing and incredible described underwood in winans musical journey through the gospel message in similar terms and after listening to the latter duos during performance. It's easy to understand the appreciation. It garnered both underwood and winans demonstrated remarkable vocal range and declare passion for the songs they shared whether it was carries during cappella rendition of amazing grace or the duo's collaboration on great is thy faithfulness and the old rugged cross it would be difficult to deny the excellence of their performance even for those who may not ordinarily have given a second thought to the content of what they sang but while few can replicate both women's vocal brilliance each of us can aspire to their commitment to using the unique set of gifts that god has granted us to the best of our ability and to the pursuit of his glory. Fortunately that's precisely what he asks of us. You say there is something about the pursuit of excellence. That is easy for people to notice and appreciate regardless of the context in which it occurs. Perhaps it is easier to recognize when it comes to music athletics or other more public displays but the principle applies to our work out relationships and our personal pursuits as well. We see this pattern displayed in the bible. Throughout the course of daniel's life from the time he was brought to babylon daniels commitment to excellence in fulfilling his god given potential attracted the notice and praise of others whether it was as a young man with nebuchadnezzar after he excelled in his training or toward the end of his life with darius daniel modeled paul's instruction to the colossians to treat every task in every facet of his life as an opportunity to serve god by pursuing excellence in his service to others and while that unwavering commitment made enemies of those who looked on with jealousy it also enabled him to share the message of god in ways that would have otherwise. Been impossible that in turn leads us to our second point of consideration while carrie underwood and cece winans are exceptional singers. The music industry is filled with gifted musicians and they would be among the first to tell you that there are others who can at least rival their vocal abilities yet. It's difficult see many others being given a platform at a secular awards show to spend more than seven minutes singing hymns about the lord granted country music tends to be a bit more open to lyrics that speak of god than many other genres but it is still noteworthy that on a night when they made a point of celebrating their diversity. The faith often seen at odds with certain elements of that diversity was given such a showcase underwood however has spent the better part of two decades building reputation. As one of the industry's brightest stars winning sixteen acm awards throughout her still thriving career. She also earned the respect of legends. Like dolly parton. Who introduced the performance. By saying i have always admired carries incredible talent but i am just as impressed with her personal qualities compassion kindness generosity and most of all the powerful faith that we both share as dutch. She was given the freedom to take us to church as the acm awards official twitter account. Describe it and that's just what she did sharing the message of our need. For god's grace. The lord's unwavering faithfulness and his offer of salvation through the gift of the old rugged cross before concluding with a powerful invitation to celebrate his greatness. Everyone who witnesses. That performance walks away. Having encountered the gospel they may not fully realize it but the seeds have been planted by the holy spirit to work through those lyrics to help people encounter the lord perhaps for the first time and it was her consistent commitment to excellence that earned her that opportunity. He w toes her once wrote that it is not what a man does that determines whether his work is sacred or secular. It is why he does it. The motive is everything. Let a man sanctify the lord. God in his heart and he can thereafter do no common act if we will commit to serving the lord and excellence offering our best to him in recognition of the fact that he is offered his best to us than there is no limit to what he can accomplish through our lives and each day offers a new opportunity to do just that. What will god be able to accomplish through your life today. Would you consider sharing this podcast with a friend family member or co worker in order to help build a community of culture changing christians. Thank you for listening to the daily article podcast today..
"cece winans" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"Some outrage and a lot of disappointment. About a PSA, an interview that I did with Dr Anthony Fauci a few weeks ago. A lot of them just wanted to do good. They wanted to be helpful and certainly someone like Dennis Quaid who ended up being the biggest name that this campaign got he someone who seems to care deeply about fighting coronavirus what I was doing as I did a PSA for Dr Anthony Fauci and he was kind enough to grant me an interview as well in the interview and PSA about raising awareness. Of covid nineteen and what we can do to prevent. Lives being lost our this terrible terrible virus and didn't seem to have much of a political inkling despite making some comments earlier this year where he seemed to support the president not definitely got the attention of people h just quaid seemed to say that trump was doing a good job at handling coronavirus quite himself has been pretty clear. He had no interest in doing anything political. This campaign has come under a lot of scrutiny including from Democrats. who say it's just an election year attempt to help boost trump's prospects in November but I gotta ask I mean isn't an ad campaign on Corona virus when it comes down to it? A good idea like if this were any other administration, would this be getting the scrutiny? It is getting I think awareness is a great idea and to put people like Tony Foul cheesy or surgeon general drum atoms in front of microphones and talk about public health risks. That is something that would seem to benefit a lot of Americans during a crisis. The Issue Jeremy is how this one came together the fact that the CDC and other career health experts felt so. I out that to me as someone reporting on this was potentially concerning officials in and around the administration people who'd worked at HHS. told me that was a big red flag why have someone like Michael Caputo who had no medical and scientific background and his team steer this effort rather than career health experts who have no political affiliation I think second the idea that this was going to rushed ahead of the election hhs confirmed to me that the goal was to. Have about twenty PSA's done in the two months before the election September and October, and that gets to another major issue, which is this campaign was running well behind where officials had hoped it would be even before political wrote its first story on this last week they're only three actors and celebrities who had been booked. There was a hope of doing many more and some of that speaks to the team that was put into place here if the government really wanted. To have a national corona virus away campaign there lots of resources. There are lots of people in the government allied with the government who could have been helpful. They were blocked out, and that seems to be a big difference in how the government historically approaches awareness campaigns versus how they went after this one. So what happens with all of this? Now I mean the federal government set aside a bunch of money at least three, hundred, million dollars you say for this campaign. What happens to that money? Will I know? They're still pushing ahead with trying to figure out how to make this ad campaign work even as celebrities like Dennis, Quaid has appeared to drop out said, he didn't want to be part of it. There's some questions about some CECE winans if she's GonNa stay in as well there are a few performers who are sort of in that vein people who are known, but maybe not the most well known who. I. Understand still talking to the government maybe one or two big names our stolen in the mix too. But there's also a chance at the reposition the entire campaign and move away from celebrities just to promote messages that are more in line with traditional public health I. Think it's interesting. Jeremy we might end up seeing a very different campaign in the next couple of weeks. Then the campaign that Michael Caputo had originally hoped for earlier this year. We're going to take a quick break here and we'll.
"cece winans" Discussed on Pantheon
"I'm not I'm not at all I, don't have any sort of. Disillusioned to the fact that like regardless it's going to be clad making that decision. So I think you'll end up, will end up with Jennifer. Hudson that that's what I want but will up with generosity because Jennifer Hudson is the approved voice for America and people who understand we need the closest thing that. You can sell it to the producers in like it'll be great but I don't think it won't have that personal connection, but there can be. So here's the thing it can be the person who ducks. A wooden duct man. Who performs separate have multiple performances multiple performances and this is the year where that's that's a distinct possibility without it being logistical nightmare. True True. So yeah, I mean, my my dream moment is Giving a speech, grandy Monaco see windings given given us a couple of moments possibly. Would have them do. Oh, Amina I don't. WanNa go the route I don't really need anybody trying to do i. will always love you just don't but I would have somebody come give us law. Saving, all my love for you. I love you would be a great starter. With saving. The appetizer is saving all my love for you. What they really like to do to with these things is they like to mix. I really do have opinions now. Far you've come so so dumb but what they like to do is they like to get some really like classic people all people who've been around a while I think that we could see CECE winans appearance but I don't think she would get her on Song I think she amounted end the audience. If this was a real show, they'd be like. She'd come out a certain time when she would get featured, but they like to start with some Cla- they usually in these tributes, go navy just in my dreams, but they usually go from the beginning to the big hit. So it's like you start you pay a mosh to all the aspects of their career, and then you end with something that is either their biggest hit or something that everybody can sing on like I wanNA dance with somebody. Likely, be the climax. Yeah, and a good climax. You Know Oh. Yes. That's a floor filler. That's undeniable song..
"cece winans" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is the unmistakable voice of Sam Cooke with the sole stirs singing touch the him of his garment before that sister Rosetta Tharp with up above my head. I'm CeCe Winans when we return we'll head to the stage of world cafe live in Philadelphia for some live performances by the Fairfield, four the Macquarie's sisters and the Dixie hummingbirds here on the gospel roots of rock and soul..
"cece winans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You're listening to Saturday night and Sunday morning. The gospel roots of rock and soul. I'm CeCe Winans. As gospel was influencing other music. It was also finding mainstream success Rockin roller in Memphis were making like they had gotten the Holy Spirit at the same time. Mahalia Jackson was busy in Chicago. Establishing herself as the Queen of gospel. Maleeha Jackson story is sort of the quintessential great migration story. Bob muravich is editor in chief of the journal of gospel music. He told us how may hell you move to Chicago in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven when she was just sixteen years old. She was born in New Orleans and her mother died when she was very young. So she was raised by her aunt Duke that was her nickname. She lived with aunt Duke and onto a no nonsense. Disciplinarian Mahalia being young gotta crosshairs with Duke a number of times somebody in her her family had moved north to Chicago. Said, hey, it's better than what you're experiencing in New Orleans. Why don't you come live here? Mahalia told radio hosts Turco she had attended mount. Mariah Baptist church in the church in little Jewish down. And louisiana. Lose to sing gospel songs, Dan. And that's how I start to singing gospel songs spirituals and folk songs when she got to Chicago her relatives took her to greater Salem Baptist church where Bob Merrill, Lynch says the music and worship were very different Bahia goes in there. And it's these very formal hymns and anthems, and there's no kind of congregational singing going on but behavior gives her testimony. And she starts singing hand me down. My silver trumpet Gabriel, which always say this is like like heading ribs at tea party just did not mix with the high fashion, greater Salem, Baptist church congregation. Despite that the pastor asked my hell to join the choir. A couple of years later Mahalia met Thomas Dorsey, the father of gospel music. He spoke with studs terkel about working with her new media magazine, the thirties or the late twenties and was Mahela pianist and her promoter for seven years time healing meeting appearance in New York. I took her to New York, and she's a great soul. And a great singer. I told my helium back in those days, it, I'm not able to do the things for you that I would like to do the things that you deserve. But you have a voice if no other singer has and someday. Someone will discover you and you will be a great thing. And she is what Thomas did do for me was give her his songs to sing songs like peace.
"cece winans" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Face a tricky proposition crossing over to or from gospel music, either way, a singer could turn down money and disappoint audiences and record companies. I'm so. The great soul singer, Al green like Mitty Collier wrestled with this at the height of his pop career in the nineteen seventies. He described his limo to NPR's fresh air in two thousand. Agic? Around. Great success. Sam cool all these people. That's such a house affray oldest airplane. A plane crash killed soul singer Otis Redding. When he was a twenty seven year old star on tour. I would be afraid to take a chance like that. I would rather hold onto the Lord and. Make him and let him be the master. Scores of black artists struggled with this sacred secular predicament. The problem was perhaps that they had to choose a side in the first place. When we return to the gospel roots of rock and soul. She began Charamba Shelford musical instruments that were really in conservative circles, considered shack religious, an electric guitar. I'm CeCe Winans. I'm CeCe Winans and you're listening to Saturday night and Sunday morning. The gospel roots of rock and soul. Sam Cooke cross from gospel to pop the Reverend Al green and many call your evolved from pop to. Thus mixing the musical styles. Energized American culture in ways, we still hear and feel. Let's return for a minute to cafe society on the lower west side of Manhattan. That's where black artists working class whites and intellectuals of many races mixed it up for entertainment with an underlying political message. It wasn't unusual.
"cece winans" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Be bold. Venture wisely. A whole entire city in Italy kept quiet for over a month. So that engineers could record the sounds of original Stradivarius instruments. That story is a head on all things considered. Stay tuned without gospel music. There would never have been a Sam cook or an Aretha Franklin all of them have roots in the sanctified sounds of gospel music, and these artists pushed the boundaries of what music could be I got a little too jazzy in the past the stop and say this is not a clubs. I'm CeCe Winans. Listen to the gospel roots of rock and soul from NPR. It's part two of NPR's four part series tonight at eight o'clock here on then stay with us for news from the BBC at nine in at ten o'clock on forum. I will rebroadcast both hours of this morning's forum on the road program from Oakland. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro. I'm Audie Cornish. UCLA's annual Hollywood diversity report is out today. The subheading is old story new beginning as NPR's. Elizabeth Blair reports. More women and people are working in movies and TV, but they're still getting just slivers of the pie. The study looked at TV shows from the two thousand sixteen seventeen season and films released in two thousand seventeen like the horror movie get out an African American discovers his white girlfriend's family is part of a racist. Cult lousy dressed like that is not dad is everything. Party with woman. Get out was one of the most profitable movies of two thousand seventeen it was nominated for four Oscars and writer director Jordan Peele won for original screenplay. A number of major releases recently a featured people of color in leading roles. Black Panther, black klansman, crazy, rich, Asians. But those are exceptions to the rule Darnell hunt. Who co-authored the UCLA diversity report says while there's been a notable jump in the number of movies starring people of color. It's nowhere near forty percent. Their share of the population hunt says that is true in every area of filmmaking. What we haven't seen yet is a wholesale change in how the industry does business and how it's structured who's in the executive suite whose position degreen life homes that are likely to include new first talent. And yet says hunt people of color matter a lot at the box office five of the top ten. Films from twenty seventeen people of colored bought the majority of the tickets for five of those films, including wonder woman. No one else will defend the world. Then I must in it's opening weekend in the US wonder woman made one hundred and three million dollars. According to box office. Mojo a record for a movie directed by a woman the report found that from twenty sixteen to two thousand seventeen the number of female film directors nearly doubled to twelve point six percent hardly parody since women are half the population. And if you.
"cece winans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A tricky proposition crossing over to or from gospel music, either way, a singer could turn down money and disappoint audiences and record companies. I'm so. The great soul singer, Al green like Mitty Collier wrestled with this at the height of his pop career in the nineteen seventies. He described his dilemma to NPR's fresh air in two thousand. Aura around great success. Sam cool all these people. That's such a an house affray Otis plane a plane crash killed soul singer, Otis Redding. When he was a twenty seven year old star on tour. I would be afraid to take a chance like that. I would rather hold onto the Lord and make him. And let him be the master of my life scores of black artists struggled with this sacred secular predicament. The problem was perhaps that they had to choose a side in the first place. When we return to the gospel roots of rock and soul. She began surrounding yourself with musical instruments that were really in conservative circles, considered sacrilegious an electric guitar. I'm CeCe Winans. When we talk about listener support here at WNYC, we often mentioned sustaining members and.
"cece winans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Night and Sunday morning. The gospel roots of rock and soul. I'm CeCe Winans. Starting just over a century ago. Hundreds of thousands of African Americans left the south to find better lives. Elsewhere in their home region under Jim crow laws regulated just about every part of black people's lives and segregated them. From whites in a caste system passed down from slavery, African Americans hail little or no power those who began to leave for northern cities. And the west coast were part of the first wave of what we call the great migration. One of those migrants was a talented young musician who would go on to revolutionize would gospel music could be now gospel songwriters, come in gospel, songwriters, go. But did you know, I'm the first one that made? The market for. This is Thomas Dorsey who many call the father of gospel music, speaking with radio, holes studs terkel in one thousand nine hundred sixty one I went to the churches and sang my songs at the end of the service those but all the singers who came after all of the songwriters it came after they have a part of Thomas eight Dorsey in their song..
"cece winans" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Now on colorado's morning news at seven fifty two that's the lovely sound of actress singer songwriter gospel superstar cece winans she's going to be a big part of next week's annual capital fourth celebration in washington dc and she joins us live to talk about a good morning how excited are you good morning i'm very excited it's gotta be awesome and it's going to be broadcast on pbs live and what can we expect to see and hear from you and everybody else performing on the west lawn of the capitol well first of all the incredible lineup jimmy puppet you have the of tiny little joshua bell the beach boys the temptation is gonna be hosted by john same old and we get to hear the national symphony orchestra so it's going to be awesome positive uplifting unifying event and i think it's something that our nation needs really bad so i'm honored to be a part c have you done this before have you been part of this event before i have been a part of it a while back i think i've been a part of it twice so this would probably be my third time and each time is really really a humbling and powerful experience i do love your song never have to be alone it's one of my favorites but i with an event like this and i know people love to see you what do you get from performing in front of people on the fourth of july well i think it's this for me it's a great reminder of how great our country really is to be able to be a part of celebrating and the diversity the love the respect the honor that really represent who we are as a country and so to be a part of of of that particular event 'cause you're really representing that's what i'm doing you know everybody who's a part of this is is rep has been chosen to represent our country and to be able to represent a in a positive uplifting loving fun way i don't think it's anything else like it yeah we should mention you've sold more than twelve million records worldwide you've won a dozen grammy awards congratulations on all those accolades what's next for you professionally thank you well i'm actually in the studio doing a christmas record you know when you do christmas records you have to do in the heat of the summer well that's what i'm doing right now that's why you're such a good actress as well you can fake it that's that's the beauty of it so tap fourth of july celebration concert twenty eighteen and you get to see her cece winans cece thank you so much for your time you got it thank you have a great day you as well here's just a little bit more of her she's so talented i loved the song and i'm not on your it is i'm not a huge gospel fan but this song is just i love it it's beautiful and she's just a wonderful singer financial engines dot com brings us.
"cece winans" Discussed on BernardBergan.com Presents | The Veterans Leadership Blog Podcast
"Your gift again has placed you in so many amazing spaces. But I think you just have such a gift at communicating and bringing at an artistic but clear direction. What would the next volume sound like based on your life's journey now? And if there were maybe two or three songs would cover on your next journey release, what would they be in? Why are you really pushing me down to you? We were release a volume three of the journey. I'm really trying to think like you really spot right now if I were to come. Let's see. It would have to be definitely very, very inspirational. I can't necessarily put my finger on well, you know what? I believe I can fly by r Haley would be one. Okay. Because I've heard that song my whole life like that's on I was I was a kid and I just thought it was so cliche and it was just so okay. Yeah, but the lyrics to that song, I used to think that I cannot go on and life with nothing, but an awful song. Like that's my life like I've lived at their miracles in life, I must achieve. But I I know it starts inside of me, come on. I mean, hey, that is my that is my life. So definitely I believe I can fly with the on the volume, three of the j.. Okay. Okay, I love it. I love it now probably be falling off the. Other song Martell original songs as well, because I know you have that gift is well on. Thank you for, you know, just opening up insuring about your musical journey. I think for so many men and women, even our young people, they have these gifts and putting it out to world is so scary and daunting at times. But you know, when we lose young people too young or we lose men and women to suicide and other things, I wonder how many of them die with their gifts inside of them. So I think you sharing what you shared you sharing how you use your artistry in this very unique way. I think it's going to empower so many to share and just allow their message to reach you. It needs to reach and what comes from it. You know, again, you just mentioned that July. Fourth, we're going to be on the stage with CeCe Winans so what can come from it is so amazing. But if you never start that journey. Life can seem like a bad song, so thank you for sharing that are test. Yes, sir. Thank you for pushing me to share that. Now I've got to sit down and do some work come on. No, no worries. Push push. So what I enjoy is that you have a passion for students a passion for young people. And while many people say that you went and trained to the highest level so that you can have access to the rooms that truly, you know, get to delegate and connect and have a major impact on our students in our young people. So why are you so passionate about empowering our young people? Where did that start? I needed empowerment. When I was young. I longed for adult always told me how great I was and all of these things, but they failed to tell me what I needed to work on in order to become Greg. The highlighted the beauty, but they ignored the ashes hole, and this caused me so much mental tore mole and I didn't want any other kids have to go through that. I get up every day and go to work as a physical representation that anything is possible. I transformed chaos into credibility and they can't. And that's the message to share with my students all the time. It doesn't matter where you start. It doesn't matter where you come from. It doesn't matter what your current situation is like you have to make the choice whether you're going to stay or whether you're going to go and that that's up to you. It's not up to your parents is not up to your friends is not up to family members. That choice is yours.
"cece winans" Discussed on WSB-AM
"He was on tour and they had a they had a studio in the back of their he went to the back of the bus in his car and then sent that's awesome a young man tableau jackson he wrote the song man he wrote the song do everything now this young man especially to me 'cause i gave him an opportunity he started torn with me he was from greens green goldsboro north carolina didn't have anything on his his resume but that young man could play that guitar gave him about six months with me i told him i said i already got the vision you we're gonna remain brothers but you just going to be with me for a short span of time to get the exposure right once you get to extend your going to move from on it and we still stay connected at all easy as he gets ours for cece winans he plays for dining clerking he plays but he's not just that he plays for after seven onto it with you you know he legendary so you know so god bless them so i just use my young like that and then i went back to the very beginning i can with my god rather spend you williams and he's the one who cove road and produce keep pushing with me a new single yeah so you know sometimes you gotta leak circle back around black trek from things we started well you know i love that today in the industry today that gospel is reaching across the way to secular artist to country artists that matter they're reaching out to who's talented and who's gonna add and and probably as believers add to their project yeah it does it does is always room to expand i mean you you look at it like you know you have some people say you know how their comments about the pie but you have to you have to look at how many people who he's bringing battlegrounds.
"cece winans" Discussed on News Talk 1490
"The storm always never have to be alone never have to be alone again cece winans civil cc is probably happy to be alone she's got nine siblings husband two children twenty three nieces and nephews and bb popping by and he needs some we'll be.