Christ Liberation Ministries kicked-off their March Miracle Sessions on March 4, with the “Millennial Open Mic Night.”
Pastors William and Thembekila Smart, organized the event, held at the Fernando Pullum Community Arts Center in Leimert Park, to provide a platform for youth and millennials to share their gifts.
The night began with a drum and performance by the Izibongo Praise Dancers led by Minister Kimberly Bolanile Paggett Willis. They presented a healing African dance, which garnered audience participation.
Next, phenomenal spoken word artists shared their gifts. Adjoa Jones who recited a message on Black love, which stressed the importance of Black familial love, self-love and the love of Christ.
The program concluded with fire-lit, a drum line presentation by Junior Primetime under the direction of Mr. Tyson. Also, guests were able to purchase wholesome products for the body, mind, and soul from Black community vendors.
“Join us as the March Miracle series continues on March 11, at the Fernando Pullum Community Arts Center in Leimert Park. There will be more prolific speakers, dynamic entertainment, conscious vendors and of course a camaraderie of like minded souls,” said the pastors.
(Ashley Thurston contributed to this report.)