Full Nelson Worship, Word Summit comes to Baltimore’s CFSMM Worship Center
9/6/2013, 10:08 a.m.
BALTIMORE Stellar Award winning recording artist, Jonathan Nelson, who recently topped Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart with his latest CD “Strong Finish,” and his twin brother, Bishop Jason Nelson, currently rising on the charts with “Nothing Without You,” have partnered once again with their siblings to present the second annual Full Nelson Worship and Word Summit September 19-21, 2013 at the Created For So Much More (CFSMM) Worship Center in Baltimore.
“It is our vision to come together to impact God’s people with key tools for successful ministry, as well as empowering a new generation to establish Kingdom principles and best practices in the 21st century,” the Nelson family said in a unified mission statement.
The family is bringing together an astounding array of today’s top psalmists, intercessors, facilitators and speakers for this unique gathering.
Last year’s summit was a rousing success and this year’s event promises to be just as memorable and life changing.
The opening night speaker is Bishop Marvin L. Winans. Each morning begins with a prayer session facilitated by Pastor T. Renea Glenn of the Life Center in Greenville, SC. There are daytime sessions with Dr. Carolyn Showell, musician Mike Clemons (Israel Houghton & New Breed) and Pastor Hart Ramsey. The night services open with praise and worship led by Sha Simpson. There’s special music by Grammy Award nominee Vashawn Mitchell, Kierra Sheard and Kirk Franklin protégées The Walls Group. Bishop John Francis is also an evening speaker.
Joining the Nelsons in coordinating this year’s event are their brothers Bishop James Nelson, pastor of Destiny Christian Church in Baltimore; and
Pastor Anthony L. Trufant, Emmanuel Baptist Church in Brooklyn, NY; their sister Janice Nelson Briley, co-pastor of New Harvest Ministries in Baltimore; and their cousin Floyd E. Nelson II, Kingdom Harvest Ministries in Landover, Maryland.
The summit will be held at the CFSMM Worship Center located at 701 Cherry Hill Road in Baltimore.
For more information about the summit or to register, call: 443-468-7167 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website: www.fullnelsonsummit.com.