Whatever It Takes! Setting the Atmosphere for Worship

Whatever It Takes! Setting the Atmosphere for Worship

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C. Guy Robinson is a bishop, pastor, and musician with decades of experience in serving the Kingdom of God. He serves as pastor of the Tabernacle of the Lord Church in Baltimore, Maryland. He also serves as Maryland State Bishop in the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship.

As a composer, his music has been recorded by numerous gospel music artists, including the Edwin Hawkins Music and Arts Seminar Mass Choir, Bishop T.D. Jakes, and the Potter’s House Choir, the Wilmington-Chester Mass Choir, the Gospel Music Workshop’s Women of Worship, the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship’s Daughters of the Promise Choir and Eric Waddell and the Abundant Life Singers.

Bishop Robinson has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music (Piano) from Morgan State University, a Master of Divinity degree from Howard University and a Doctor of Ministry Degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He also serves as an adjunct professor/lecturer in the School of Social Work at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland, specializing in critical analysis of the impact of spirituality and religious traditions in the helping professions and upon social constructs. Bishop Robinson and his wife Sandra are the parents of four children: Candice, Cameron, Sydney, and Lauryn.

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Whatever It Takes! is specifically designed for every pastor, worship leader, choir member, and musician who is serious about taking corporate worship to another dimension of spiritual encounter. All over the world the faithful gather in places identified as the house of the Lord in hopes of experiencing the manifest presence of God. Our songs, prayers of invocation, and overall liturgy are a continuous effort to this end, acknowledging that there is always more of God to be experienced. The question is: Do we really want another dimension of spiritual experience? And if so, are we willing to do whatever it takes?