world outreach jubilee

We would like to say a big thank you for joining us at this past year's World Outreach Jubilee! Thanks to your support we are happy to say that we raised more than enough to help out our featured missionaries who serve throughout the world! This year featured some great music and amazing messages from some of the best in the southeast. Below you can find our Livestream channel which features each full service from this year's Jubilee. Also featured on this page are audio and video from the messages from all of our past Jubilee's. We hope you enjoy all these resources and look forward to seeing you again next year!


Watch all five full sessions below on our Livestream channel!



past jubilee messages

Looking for past Jubilee messages? Well look no further! Feel free to revisit any of our sessions on our Livestream channel or watch/listen to any of the messages below.

THIS YEAR'S SPECIAL GUESTS

  • STEVEN KHOURY

    sunday, august 27 @ 10am

    Pastor Steven is the Vice President of Holy Land Missions which has been reaching out to the lost in Israel for the past 30yrs. Today, Six locations around the country are actively preaching the Gospel to a hurting nation, including Calvary Church in Jerusalem and First Baptist in Bethlehem. Pastor Steven has attended Bible College in Springfield MO, and received his Bachelor of Science in Pastoral Ministry and Theology. He is an affiliate with the BBFI, the National Christian Foundation, and the Voice of the Martyrs Organization. He is the youngest ordained Israeli Arab pastor in Israel and the surrounding Arab countries. He has recently published, “Diplomatic Christianity” and has been discussed in several books and interview by organizations such as CBN and ICEJ. He currently writes religious articles for Al-Quds, the largest Arabic newspaper in the Holy Land.

  • reginald calvert

    SUNDAY, AUGUST 27 @ 6:30pM

    In 2005, Calvert received the Master of Divinity degree from Beeson Divinity School, where prior to graduating he was selected by the Beeson faculty as the recipient of the James Earl Massey Outstanding Student Preacher Award. Since then, he has been chosen by the Dean and faculty of Beeson for the M.Div. Distinguished Alumnus Award. He has served as a guest lecturer for courses at Beeson, has preached in the Beeson Pastor’s School, and currently serves as a Preaching Peer Group Facilitator for Beeson’s Lilly Endowment Grant for Preaching Enrichment. Additionally, he has lectured and preached in a myriad of venues, including conferences of the Southern Baptist Convention, the National Baptist Convention U.S.A., and the New Era Progressive Baptist State Convention of Alabama. 

    Dr. Calvert, the son of Mrs. Maggie Calvert and the late Deacon James Howard Calvert of Brighton, is married to Attorney Karla McPherson Calvert and has two lovely daughters, Courtney and Kaylin Calvert. He has served as Pastor of the New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church for fifteen years.

  • jay parrack & vocal event

    monDAY, AUGUST 28 @ 6:30PM

    Jay Parrack is one of the most beloved artists to ever come along in Gospel Music. He spent a decade (1994-2004) as the tenor with Gold City, and was a member of the groups most popular lineup (Parrack, Wilburn, Trammell, Riley). During his time with the group, Jay was the featured voice of such hits as God’s Building A Church, In Time, On Time, Every Time, Hide Me Behind The Cross, Are You Ready, and many other fan favorites. In 2004, Jay left GC and has spent alot of time as a music minister at home in Alabama. Recently, Jay has begun singing in a trio called Vocal Event, based out of Gadsden, AL. The group is comprised of Parrack at Tenor, Anthony “Bubba” Hallman on Lead, and Darren Morton on Baritone. They have just released a recording entitled, “Simply Southern”, that is now available on iTunes. The recording is a collection of Southern Gospel standards, that you will be sure to enjoy.

  • robert smith

    MONDAY, AUGUST 28 @ 6:30PM

    Robert Smith, Jr. holds the Charles T. Carter Baptist Chair of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School where he teaches Christian Preaching. Previously he served as the Carl E. Bates Associate Professor of Christian Preaching at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. A popular teacher and preacher, he received Southern’s 1996 Findley B. Edge Award for Teaching Excellence. An ordained Baptist minister, he served as pastor of the New Mission Missionary Baptist Church in Cincinnati, OH for twenty years. He earned his Ph.D. while serving as pastor. He is a contributing editor for a study of Christian ministry in the African American church, Preparing for Christian Ministry, and co-editor of A Mighty Long Journey.   In addition, he has served as an editor of Our Sufficiency Is of  God:  Essays on Preaching in Honor of Gardner C. Taylor (Mercer University Press, Macon Georgia: 2010).   He has written the book, Doctrine That Dances: Bringing Doctrinal Preaching and Teaching to Life (B&H Publishing Group, Nashville: 2008), which was selected as the winner of the 2008 Preaching Book of the Year Award by Preaching magazine and 2009 Preaching Book of the Year Award by Christianity Today’s preaching.com.  In 2010, Preaching magazine named Doctrine That Dances one of the 25 most influential books in preaching for the last 25 years. His book, The Oasis of God: From Mourning to Morning—Biblical Insights from Psalms 42 and 43 was published in the spring of 2015. He has spoken at more than 100 universities, colleges, and seminaries in the United States, Great Britain, Middle East, Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the Caribbean. His research interests include the place of passion in preaching, the literary history of African American preaching, Christological preaching, and theologies of preaching. At Beeson, Smith teaches Christian Preaching and other electives in homiletics. He received Beeson Divinity School’s “Teacher of the Year Award” in 2005. He and his wife, Dr. Wanda Taylor-Smith, Ph.D., are the parents of four adult children (one in heaven). 

  • AARON & AMANDA CRABB

    tuesDAY, AUGUST 29 @ 6:30PM

    Aaron first became known to Gospel music audiences as a member of the groundbreaking Crabb Family, when the Kentucky native began performing with his siblings as a teen.  The group became one of the most popular acts in Southern Gospel music and their progressive sound, distinctive harmonies and compelling songs earned The Crabb Family loyal fans across all musical genres, not to mention more than 10 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards and three GRAMMY© nominations. In 2007, the group amicably disbanded, providing Aaron and Amanda a chance to record as a duo.  They’ve since released three acclaimed projects—2008’s After the Rain, which earned them their first Dove nomination as a duo, 2009’s CD/DVD release Live at Oaktree and 2010’s Love with No End.

  • Gold City

    wednesDAY, AUGUST 30 @ 6:30PM

    Their name is synonymous with setting the standard for male quartets since their inception in 1980. Many have tried to pattern their style and sound, but there’s only one Gold City. Theirs is a stellar career with numerous number one songs, fan and industry awards, and prestigious honors. Yet this Gadsden, Alabama-based group remains down-to-earth, grounded in their southern roots, and committed to continuing their mission of delivering power-packed four-part harmonies and singing songs that are meaningful, entertaining, inspiring, and uplifting. Now into their 34th year, legendary bass vocalist, 2013 Southern Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame Inductee, and multi-award-winning Tim Riley continues to anchor the group with his rich, deep, and clear bass voice. His son, Daniel Riley, bartione, has assumed the management role and leads the group onward into the future. He provides a smooth baritone vocal that blends perfectly with the other voices in the group, but also has the versatility to step out for a solo with power and soul. Lead vocalist Chip Pullen follows a long list of dynamic lead vocalist and takes a back seat to no one. Although the newest member to Gold City’s team, Chip has quickly gained fans with his commanding voice and musical delivery as well as his easy-going personality. Tenor Robert Fulton puts the top on the sound with his high clear tenor voice and sincere delivery of each song. Bryan Elliott accompanies the group with his talent and skill on the piano, providing those subtle yet effective musical enhancements for the group’s vocals–as well as shining center stage on instrumental solos.

  • junior hill

    wednesDAY, AUGUST 30 @ 6:30PM

    Junior Hill began his ministry at age nineteen and served as a pastor for eleven years in Alabama and Mississippi before entering vocational evangelism in 1967 as a full-time Southern Baptist evangelist. A native of Hartselle, Alabama, he received his BS degree from Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama and his Master of Divinity from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, Louisiana. He received the Doctor of Divinity degree from Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia. He has also be awarded a Doctor of Divinity degree from Covington Seminary in Ft. Oglethorpe, GA. He has served as First Vice President of the Southern Baptist Convention, and in 1995 was recognized as the Distinguished Alumnus of the Year by New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He has conducted over 1700 revivals and numerous foreign crusades. In addition he is a frequent speaker at pastors' meetings, evangelism conferences, seminars and state conventions across the country. He has also authored several books including: The Tragedy of Not Knowing, Joy in the Morning, Why do Christians Doubt? and many, many more. He and his wife, Carole, are the parents of two children, Mark and Melanie, and the grandparents of five grandchildren.