world outreach jubilee

We would like to welcome you to this year's World Outreach Jubilee! Each year our Jubilee features special guest speakers and musicians along with missionaries who serve throughout the world! Below you can find audio and video from the messages from all of our past Jubilee's along with bio's from each of this year's special guests! We hope you enjoy all these resources and look forward to seeing you again August 26-29! Can't make it? No worries! Each service will be available LIVE online along with replays of each session.



  • SUNDAY, AUGUST 26 @ 10AM


    Pastor Thom grew up in the Gadsden area, and has lived in Cullman, AL and Raleigh, NC. Before going to the mission field he was a bi-vocational Pastor and IT project manager. After arriving in Central Asia, his wife Anne and children Emily, Molly, William, Lizzy and Ruthie served the people in that local community through various missions & activities designed to share the Gospel of Christ. They are now happily living in Glencoe and ready to serve the Lord here @ NGBC!

  • SUNDAY, AUGUST 26 @ 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  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). 

  • monday, august 27 @ 6:30pm

    musical guest: gold city

    Every musical genre has its artists who defy the norms of the average life span of a career. Whether it’s the Eagles in rock music or country’s mainstay, The Oak Ridge Boys, there are those who rise to legendary status and continue to make music that appeals to their generation while gathering new fans on a continual basis. Gold City is among those elite groups who continues to reach new audiences and consistently amass new fans who fall in love with their distinct sound as soon as they hear it.

    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.

  • monday, august 27 @ 6:30pm

    kevin hamm

    Dr. Kevin Hamm has been the Senior Pastor of Gardendale First Baptist Church in Gardendale, Alabama since April 2006. GFBC is committed to passionate worship and anointed preaching of God's Holy Word. The church is consumed with taking the Good News of Jesus across the street and around the world and is consistently among the state leaders in baptisms. Pastor Kevin has the unique ability to hold an audience's attention by communicating God's Word with tremendous clarity and enthusiastic passion. His preaching schedule includes Evangelism Conferences in Oklahoma, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Arkansas, Tennessee, Florida and Mississippi. Pastor Kevin has served on the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention and as President of the Alabama Baptist Pastor's Conference. His articles have been published inGrowing ChurchesLeadership and Leader LifeHe has his B.A. from Western Kentucky University, M. Div. from Mid-America Theological Seminary and Doctor of Ministry degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He married his wife, Kim, in 1987 and they have three daughters: Lindsey, Lauren and Kayla.

  • tuesday, august 28 @ 6:30pm

    musical guest: jonathan wilburn

    The name Wilburn has been a part of the music industry for several years. It seems as though when you mention this family, people recognize that you are talking about music. Not just any music, but Gospel Music, that is sang from the heart. Jonathan Wilburn has taken the stage with his family The Wilburns and Gold City Quartet. His tenure in Gospel music has brought him close to the heart of people from all ages. Jonathan states "Gospel Music is my way of telling people what Jesus means to me". You will definitely understand what he is talking about the moment you have the experience of watching this seasoned veteran perform. It seems as though the fans agree, for Jonathan has been nominated and voted America’s #1 lead vocalist five times by the subscribers of The Singing News magazine. "My goal was never set on winning any award. I just wanted to sing and pray God would use my efforts to bring a little joy to somebody". His singing started at a young age sitting beside his mother in church. Jonathan says "My greatest influence in singing was my mom (Elaine Wilburn)." "She sings alto like nobody else." After a long and fruitful time with his family group Jonathan became part of one of the most award winning Gospel groups of all time "Gold City Quartet". During his tenure of over 12 years this group experienced continued success with Jonathan as the group’s lead vocalist. Tim Riley says this about Jonathan, "He (Jonathan) is a Spirit filled singer with great energy on stage and I would recommend Wilburn&Wilburn for any church or promoter".

  • TUESDAY, AUGUST 28 @ 6:30PM


    A favorite preacher for many, Dr. Pope is in constant demand by churches and conferences coast to coast, and spanning the globe. But, there is nowhere our Senior Pastor is more loved than here at Christchurch Baptist Fellowship. In 2011, Dr. Pope celebrated the 30th year as our pastor and the 41st year of his preaching ministry. His ministry is not only characterized by faithfulness and integrity, but defined by a vibrant prayer life and a reputation for rightly dividing the Word of Truth. His compassion for the lost, and his warm friendship to our congregation is a hallmark of Christchurch Baptist Fellowship. Dr. Pope studied for the ministry at Hyles-Anderson College in Crown Point, Indiana. Upon graduation, he and his wife, Barbara, spent 10 years in evangelism along with a short tenure on the faculty of Hyles-Anderson. Dr. and Mrs. Pope have been married since 1973, and have four children.



    When Communism fell in Eastern Europe, Pastor Jimmy Franks and his wife Janice surrendered to be missionaries in Europe. Seeing and being burdened for people who never had access to the Bible before and the open door for the first time to share the message of Christ with those people, Jimmy founded the organization, Hope for the World. Hope for the World started in Romania with crusades and teaching Romanian pastors, and then, seeing the poverty and the need to care for orphaned children, HFTW established the “Villages of Hope” which cared for orphans. A missionary from Albania called Jimmy and asked HFTW to come to Albania and help the orphans. It grew remarkably from there and Hope for the World has now spread from Romania, to Albania, to India, Honduras, Ukraine, and Ethiopia caring for thousands of needy people every day while sharing the message of the Hope in Christ.  As they began to care for these orphanages, Jimmy and Janice moved back to the United States in order to raise the money needed to take care of these orphans. “We really didn’t set out to take care of orphans, but when we saw the orphanages we knew that God dropped them into our laps to help them. How could we expect to share Christ with the Albanian people if we did not first care and feed and clothe these poor children?” This was where the dream and vision for Hope for the World was born, created by the need to have a ministry for these orphanages, as well as all the other ministries that would gradually become a part of Hope for the World.

past jubilee messages