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Crawford Ministries Presents ‘Next Generation: Rewired’
By Cora Jackson-Fossett (Religion Editor)
Published October 4, 2012


Apostle Beverly ‘Bam’ Crawford

Apostle Beverly ‘Bam’ Crawford calls young prophets, poets, musicians and teachers to meet at the 17th Annual LAMPS (Leaders, Apostolic, Mentoring and Prophetic Seminars/Servants) Conference.

The gathering begins Sunday, October 21, and continues through Wednesday, October 24, at Bible Enrichment Fellowship International Church, 400 East Kelso Street in Inglewood.

With a theme of ‘Next Generation: Rewired,’ the event provides a wide range of topics to spiritually empower youth and young adults in fulfilling their purpose and aspirations.

The sessions incorporate Social Networking, Hip-Hop Rewired, Poets – RU Connected?, Branding and Marketing, Health and Fitness, Legacy of a Prophet, Writing Sessions and Generational Prayer.

Many speakers, rappers and poets will address the conference including Pastor Adrian Ewing, Loris Holland, William Lockwood II, Lady Tee, Courtney E. and P.U.N.K.Y. G.  Also scheduled are performances by bands, Breaking Silence and Revelence, as well as international guests, Heavenese, from Japan.

Registration is $65 and available online at or at Judah Box, 344 South Market Street in Inglewood.

For more information, call (310) 330-4700 or (310) 672-8711.

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