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Plenty Good Room

(6 Lessons)

Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?

April 7, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson

African American spirituals have been called the earliest sacred music of the United States. Although it is difficult to determine exactly when spirituals were created, thousands of spirituals originated during the time of dark night of slavery, and remarkably have been passed down from generation to generation. Join us at The Bridge as we explore the power and inspiration that African American spirituals provide during this Lenten Season. You’ll discover that there’s still “plenty good room” in God’s kingdom. Learn more about our church at myspbc.org

Ain’t-a Dat Good News? Shouldering the Cross

March 31, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson

African American spirituals have been called the earliest sacred music of the United States. Although it is difficult to determine exactly when spirituals were created, thousands of spirituals originated during the time of dark night of slavery, and remarkably have been passed down from generation to generation. Join us at The Bridge as we explore the power and inspiration that African American spirituals provide during this Lenten Season. You’ll discover that there’s still “plenty good room” in God’s kingdom. Learn more about our church at myspbc.org

Plenty Good Room: Preparing the Guest Room

March 24, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson

African American spirituals have been called the earliest sacred music of the United States. Although it is difficult to determine exactly when spirituals were created, thousands of spirituals originated during the time of dark night of slavery, and remarkably have been passed down from generation to generation. Join us at The Bridge as we explore the power and inspiration that African American spirituals provide during this Lenten Season. You’ll discover that there’s still “plenty good room” in God’s kingdom. Learn more about our church at myspbc.org

Wade in the Water: Getting Through Temptation

March 17, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson

African American spirituals have been called the earliest sacred music of the United States. Although it is difficult to determine exactly when spirituals were created, thousands of spirituals originated during the time of dark night of slavery, and remarkably have been passed down from generation to generation. Join us at The Bridge as we explore the power and inspiration that African American spirituals provide during this Lenten Season. You’ll discover that there’s still “plenty good room” in God’s kingdom. Learn more about our church at myspbc.org

Children Go Where I Send Thee: A Time of Temptation

March 10, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson

African American spirituals have been called the earliest sacred music of the United States. Although it is difficult to determine exactly when spirituals were created, thousands of spirituals originated during the time of dark night of slavery, and remarkably have been passed down from generation to generation. Join us at The Bridge as we explore the power and inspiration that African American spirituals provide during this Lenten Season. You’ll discover that there’s still “plenty good room” in God’s kingdom. Learn more about our church at myspbc.org

Every Time I Feel the Spirit: A Mountaintop Experience

March 3, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson

African American spirituals have been called the earliest sacred music of the United States. Although it is difficult to determine exactly when spirituals were created, thousands of spirituals originated during the time of dark night of slavery, and remarkably have been passed down from generation to generation. Join us at The Bridge on Thursdays at 11 am and 7 pm on MYSPBC.TV, Facebook, and YouTube @myspbc. As we explore the power and inspiration that African American spirituals provide during this Lenten Season. You’ll discover that there’s still “plenty good room” in God’s kingdom. Learn more about our church at http://myspbc.org