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January 2, 2011

New Year, New Site!!! Praise God for 2011

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Okay, so here we are in 2011!!  So much has happened in the past year, and now since we are at a new beginning–I have decided to make a new start for the blog.  So look for new and exciting post at least twice a week.  Whatever is going on in the world of Christian entertainment, “…And Let the Church Say “Amen” will keep you posted.  Thanks for stopping by!


December 18, 2009

New Year, New Start! God believes in second chances, do you?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kitina @ 5:32 pm

Hi Everyone!

I haven’t been updating the site lately, many of you know about my nephew JoShawn.  I have been at his side everyday and we are believing God for a miraculous healing in his body.  It’s already done in Jesus’ name!

Beginning January 2010 “Let the Church Say Amen…” will be back with new and exciting information on your favorite Christian entertainers!  So stay tuned and have a God focused blessed holiday!

November 4, 2009

JoShawn’s Tree

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kitina @ 2:49 pm

God is good!   He is restoring JoShawn everyday!  Please continue to keep him in your prayers!Picture or Video 009

To learn more about JoShawn and leave him a message go to his site


God bless!

November 1, 2009

Praising GOD for HIS Goodness!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kitina @ 2:03 pm

man_on_beach_praising_God_I have not posted lately because I have been with my nephew and sister at the hospital.  We are thanking the Lord for HIS mercy and for my nephew’s restoration!  God is so good and we continue to thank the Lord through my nephew’s healing!!!

Again, thank you for your support and God bless!


October 28, 2009

The Whispers top the charts with their 1st Inspirational CD “Thankful”

Filed under: New Christian Music,Uncategorized — Kitina @ 8:59 pm
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Submitted by Bill Carpenter

After 40 Years & Over 10 Million Album Sales, “Thankful” is a  Hit!                 DSC_0040

The legendary R&B group, The Whispers, are back and their fans have shown their appreciation in a big way.  The veteran group’s first CD of new material in a decade, Thankful (Kingdom Records), has debuted at #3 on the Billboard Gospel Albums chart, #34 on the Billboard R&B Albums chart, #19 on the Independent Album sales chart and #10 on the Billboard Top Christian Album sales chart.

“This has been a great journey to work with The Whispers to deliver a wonderful project along with producers Fred Hammond and Magic,” says Kingdom Records CEO Joan Sullivan. “The guys captured what was in their hearts for God and we are pleased at the success of the project and its’ debut on the charts. We are still excited that the Whispers chose Kingdom Records in this season of their lives to help fulfill their vision of making gospel music for God’s glory.”

The smooth first radio single “For Thou Art with Me” is winning over gospel and Urban AC radio programmers.  Michael Tee at WXST in Charleston says, “It’s Gospel meets Quiet Storm” while Skip Dillard at New York’s WBLS says, “It’s a really nice song. I could see it in gospel and R&B rotation.”  The Whispers and Fred Hammond produced the 10-song CD of original music. “Working with The Whispers was truly a dream come true,” Hammond says. “I grew up listening to The Whispers and patterned a large part of my personal vocal style after, who have now become affectionately known as, uncles Scottie and Walter.”

“We’ve been wanting to do this for ten years. God has been really, really good to the Whispers,” says The Whispers’ founding member Nick Caldwell. “He was looking out for us even when we were ignoring Him. He allowed us to live long enough to do this inspirational CD that we want to use to inspire people to get closer to God.”

With 50 R&B chart singles, The Whispers are one of the most successful vocal groups in soul music history. Twin brothers Wallace and Walter Scott (aka “Scotty”) formed the group in 1963 with Nicholas Caldwell, Marcus Hutson and Gordon Harmon (replaced by Leaveil Degree in 1973). They sang on the street corners of the Watts area of Los Angeles before they earned their first record deal in 1964. The label chief named them The Whispers because of their smooth sound. Since then the group has enjoyed a string of hits that has maintained their position as one of urban music’s top concert draws.

Among their dance-oriented hits are the #1 Billboard R&B chart singles “And the Beat Goes On” and “Rock Steady.” Other rhythmic hits include “It’s A Love Thing” and “Keep on Loving Me.” The group has also laid down their share of classic slow jams such as “Lady”,  “Just Gets Better with Time”, “In the Mood” and “Say Yes.”  The Grammy and American Music Award nominated ensemble has earned seven gold or platinum singles or albums, a 2002 NAACP Image Award and they were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2003.

Bill Carpenter at (202) 506-5051 or carpbil@aol.com

Christian Music: Has it become too Secular?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kitina @ 8:52 pm


I was listening to the radio while riding in a friend’s car one day, the music was loud and the bass was booming.  She smiled as I looked toward the radio dial and back at her.  In my mind, I am thinking “what in the world are you listening to?”

I raised my voice to ask who’s CD we were listening to and she told me the latest CD by a top Gospel act.  I was surprised because it sounded like something you may hear on a secular station.  I didn’t hear any audible references to God, Christ or Jesus as a matter of fact and isn’t Gospel music suppose to uplift the Lord.

Though I didn’t say anything to my friend it did make me think, has Christian music become too secular?  So, my feelings aside– How do you feel?

October 27, 2009

Welcome to …And Let the Church Say “Amen”!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kitina @ 12:07 am

Thank you for checking out …And Let the Church Say “Amen”!

On this site you will read about all of your favorite Christian celebrities, artists, musicians and more!

We strive to encourage you on your walk with Christ as well as entertain you!

Stay tuned as we gear up …and let the church say “Amen”!

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