Tag Archives: Ryman Auditorium

Painting, proclaiming, spiritual gifts, testimonies, and revival!

When the members of the body of Christ are allowed to openly use their gifts, they inspire me. Here’s an example: –Fred Major lets us hang his original painting at The Salvation Army Berry Street. I look at it frequently and … Continue reading

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Prayer Walking Around Nashville Sites With The Salvation Army Flag

America needs a spiritual awakening.  We have lost our way and are wondering aimlessly.  I long to see a mighty move of God in my country and in my city.  One thing the Holy Spirit continually prompts me to do … Continue reading

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The Little-Known Story Of Nashville’s Original Grand Ole Opry House . . .

The building that helped Nashville become known as Music City was originally built in 1892 as a place for spiritual awakening — an interdenominational revival house.  The auditorium that spread Country Music around the world, was originally intended to spread … Continue reading

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The Ryman Auditorium Or The Union Gospel Tabernacle?

It is called the “mother church of country music” — the Ryman Auditorium. And it was home for the Grand Ole Opry for many years. But what is its real name? Union Gospel Tabernacle. Now that is a bit of … Continue reading

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