Saturday, November 1, 2008

Amazing Grace

At A Sabbath Blog, we love to share how people are creative in sharing Jesus. Below is an awesome video of Dr. Wintley Phipps at Carnegie Hall singing "Amazing Grace." He explains the fascinating history behind one of the best-known hymns of all time. Almost 5 million people have viewed the YouTube videos of Wintley Phipps' rendition on Amazing Grace.*



Dr. Wintley Phipps is a pastor at Palm Bay Seventh-day Adventist Church in Palm Bay, Florida. He is the founder of the US Dream Academy, Songs of Freedom Publishing Company, and Coral Records Recording Company.

Dr. Phipps is also an internationally known speaker and performer. He has sang for 5 United States Presidents, Mother Tereasa, Nelson Mandela, and has conducted lectures in Africa, Asia, North and South America, Austrailia, and Europe. He has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Saturday Night Live, and Billy Graham Crusades.

To learn more about Wintley Phipps and how he tells people about Jesus, click here. You can also learn more about the hymn, "Amazing Grace," by clicking here.

*Combined total hits from all YouTube-hosted videos of Wintley Phipps singing Amazing Grace. (As of 10/31/08)

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Anonymous said...

amazing!! I had the pleasure of hearing Dr. Phipps speak at Oakwood University's 2009 graduation, and he inspired me to dream on.

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