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YES, PACK has a YouTube Channel

So, you’re aware that we represent INCREDIBLE ministries such as, Darnell Moore & Company, Elisha St. James (formerly David James & FLASHPOINT), Donald Simms Jr., and Tiffany K..  But, were you aware that all you need to do is SUBSCRIBE to PACK’s YouTube Channel and you’ll be able to listen to each one of these DYNAMIC recording artists without the hassle of leaving and searching through other channel’s??  Right here at www.youtube.com/packpm you can find out all you need to know to book one of our National or International Christian Recording Artists.

The PACK makes imPACK wherever we go...
The PACK makes imPACK wherever we go…

PACK News

Elisha St. James
Elisha St. James

Indie Artists, Managers, Songwriters…

Artists, Managers, Songwriters, Holy Hip Hop Artists and Indie Label Owners. This is the best $80 you could ever spend this year. Come to the 5th Annual IGAA Conference. At this conference we will teach you the Business of Gospel Music so that you can navigate your career with knowledge. Visit the website to see all of the topics we cover.www.indiegospelalliance.com. We also have showcases and the Gospel Blue Mic Achievement Awards. The success stories from our conference grows every year. Come and get some learning with your burning. The fellowship alone is worth the journey.  For more info visitwww.indiegospelalliance.com

 

IGAA Conference

P.A.C.K. Presents the SPEAK LIFE TOUR with David James

Will you join PACK’s SPEAK LIFE project2014??  One of the ways we can make an imPACK everywhere we go is by building up those you live with, those you work with or go to school with.  We can choose to speak positive in any situation we encounter.  David James and P.A.C.K. Promotional Management are on a mission to make a difference in the way we use our tongue.  Will you join this project to make an imPACK?

“The tongue can bring death or life;
those who love to talk will reap the consequences”
Proverbs 18:21 (NLT)

“A soft answer turns away wrath, But a harsh word stirs up anger.”
Proverbs 15:1 (NKJV)

Speak Life Project 2014
Speak Life Project 2014

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Darnell Moore’s NEW HIT SINGLE, Here Comes Jesus

CONGRATULATIONS to PACK’s DARNELL MOORE

Darnell Moore, the Washington, D.C. native was almost born between the pews. His father, Bishop Devaughan Moore, a pastor since 1990, raised Darnell in a strict upbringing, a result of his strong religious and military background. His parents – his mother was a stay-at-home-mom – taught young Darnell the importance of prayer and reading and studying the Bible. For him, those habits became a way of life.

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Faith Board Event

Simply Kashonna about 2013 Resolutions…Or Not…

Simply Kashonna ~ Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions…Or Not…

Happy New Year!

 

It has been an amazing year for some of us and a challenging one for others; yet and still we all have something to be grateful for.  As we begin preparing for the festivities that bring in the New Year, there are efforts and thought-provoking themes created to “wow” us and make us feel that THIS will be our best year ever! Although these ideas are great, and no doubt inspire us for the first couple of months, I come with a different take on it. You see, great tag lines and phrases have been awesome to recite, but the real is, before we begin asking God for new stuff and fresh ideas, we must ask ourselves what we’ve done with what He’s already given us. Stewardship doesn’t just entail money; it encompasses your marriage, your children, your singleness, your ministry, your job, your business, your spiritual life, your time, your vision, your health and everything else God has entrusted you with.  Stewardship is in the details of faithfulness.  Can you really ask God for a new job paying more money or a promotion when you’re not on time to your current one?  Are we seriously going to ask God for more to come with the New Year when we’ve mishandled what we already have in the current one?

 

God is not interested in how much we can handle, He’s interested in how we handle the much.  New ventures come with new responsibility. Chances are, if you’ve dodged previous responsibility and been lazy in following up, pursuing something new should not be an option.  I don’t want to sound like a dream killer, but honestly, if we all just do what we’ve already been given, the possibilities are endless!