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Interview with LaBreeska Hemphill
Can Anything Good
Come out of Bawcomville?
by LaBreeska Hemphill
J. Dan Gill, Chief Editor for 21st Century Reformation interviews author and Gospel Music great LaBreeka Hemphill about her latest book. In the book LaBreeska writes about the life of the legendary Joel Hemphill who is the writer of over 350 published gospel songs including many all-time favorites such as, "He's Still Workin on Me," "Consider the Lilies," and "Master of the Wind."
LaBreeska Rogers Hemphill was born in Flat Creek, Alabama, to Mr. Walter Erskine Rogers and Mrs. Gussie Mae (Goodman) Rogers. LaBreeska has spent her life ministering through gospel music. She made her debut in gospel music at the age of nine. She first sang on stage with her mother and her mother's family, "The Happy Goodman's," in the city of Nashville, Tennessee. LaBreeska's first stage appearance was at the famous Ryman Auditorium the original home of the Grand Ole Opry as well as the monthly Friday night Gospel singings. Deep Christian faith and values were a constant in LaBreeska's life thanks to her two spirit-filled grandmothers, Mama Goodman and Mama Rogers.
In addition to LaBreeska Hemphill's successful music career she is the author of two books "The Hemphills: Partners in Emotion - The Story of God's Grace in the Lives of Joel and LaBreeska Hemphill" and "My Daddy Played The Guitar." She also writes Christian articles as seen in "Christian Voice Magazine" and "21st Century Reformation Online."
LaBreeska, wife - mother - singer - author - pastor's wife - and featured member of the Gaither Homecoming Videos, has wonderful words of encouragement and faith to share. She has a passion for God and for His Son our Lord Jesus. Don't miss LaBreeska Hemphill's articles of encouragement and faith in 21st Century Reformation.