Bishop Ernest Johnson

L.A. Praise Network Now Broadcasting on Channel 6.2

L.A. Praise Network, a 24-hour gospel digital television station, is on the air with ongoing programming on Channel 6.2. The Black-owned channel, which reaches five counties in Southern California, is also simulcast at “Thanks to the Internet, our channel is available worldwide, taking the wings of praise, preaching and powerful testimonies to the four corners of the earth,” said Minister Gregg Bynum, founder and president of L.A. Praise Network. A native of the Watts district in South Los Angeles, Bynum has a long history of working with local churches and their outreach ministries. He also has extensive broadcasting experience and

L.A. Praise TV Network Debuts

A new Black-owned gospel station is on the air. Officially called the L.A. Praise Network, the station is broadcasting 24-hours-a-day on television channel 6.2 Gregg Bynum is president of L.A. Praise Network and Bishop Ernest Johnson serves as vice president of operations. Other staff includes Prophet Philip Miles, who directs funding; Elder Artist Knox, who manages youth programming; Elder Gerald Jones, who oversees public relations; and Garren Bercero, who supervises production. “We invite the entire community to tune in to Los Angeles’ only Black-owned gospel television network,” said Johnson. “This network is designed to bless the body of Christ and

Bishop Marvin Sapp Headlines Rush Revival Crusade

Bishop Marvin Sapp will headline the special guests at the Rush Revival Crusade 2019. Joining Sapp will be Prophet Isaiah Kelley, Antoine “DJ Yella” Caraby and Bishop Ernest Johnson. The praise-filled conference will be on Saturday, March 2, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The agenda includes workshops, guest speakers and the main service starting at 6 p.m. Bishop Johnson, founder of Rush Crusades International and pastor of Jita Church in Harbor City, organized the gathering to “motivate the church to return to its roots of praise, worship and the non-compromising message of the

Johnson launches new TV broadcast

Bishop Ernest Johnson has launched JITA TV, a weekly broadcast on new digital channel, KVMD TV 31.1. The JITA TV program airs Sundays from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m., and Mondays from 1 a.m. to 2 a.m.  Also, JITA TV maintains at 24/7 online channel that reaches worldwide at KVMD is carried on Direct TV, Dish Network, Verizon, and 75% of Time Warner Cable outlets throughout Southern California.  According to Bishop Johnson, its potential coverage reaches an estimated 18 million viewers. “I have been in television since 1984 and now, I have been given a new charge to reach millions