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Entertainment and Worship 2019

Saturday Morning Devotions

Jennifer Shepherd Payne
will lead the session entitled

Breaking Cycles: The Desire to be Whole

Jennifer Shepard Payne, PhD, LCSW is an Associate Professor at Azusa Pacific University in the Department of Social Work. She received her doctorate from the UCLA School of Public Affairs and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with many years of experience in mental health clinical practice and administration. She is the Principal Investigator of the Urban Pastor’s Project and the Clergy Depressive Counseling Survey, two studies that obtained data from pastors about their beliefs and treatment practices surrounding depression and mental health. Her research interests include developing culturally tailored community-based depression and trauma interventions and addressing minority mental health disparities.

Dr. Payne is also an Ordained Evangelist with the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW). She is the Director of the Psychological and Social Resource Ministry under the umbrella of the Central California Diocese of the PAW. She is a trainer and consultant on emotional health issues. More information can be found via her private practice website at www.dtgcounseling.com



Saturday, November 9th 2019—During the Saturday Evening Banquet

Enjoy the music of

Bill Chaulk

Bill is a Jazz/Blues Fusion artist.

“The only music I write is about our God, His grace, and His

Click here to hear Bill

As a teacher in Canada, Bill Chaulk was respected within the community and enjoying an awesome family, career and all the world offered.  But… he did not have faith. Bill was shaken from his aetheist belief system on his 35th birthday when God revealed that the Holy Trinity was real… alive… and wanting more from him.


Bill left his career, sold his home and left his country to minister the grace of Jesus Christ! Currently, Bill Chaulk is the Education Coordinator and Worship Leader at the Harbor Light Center in Indianapolis where he shares his love and devotion to his Savior.

Bill’s favorite saying expresses it all:  “I Be Spoiled Rotten.. and I Be Lovin’ It!”