The Music City Center
Jubilee Worship Revival: For HIS Glory
December 4-5, 2015
Rabbi BJ Harris – Come To Jerusalem Ministry
Rabbi BJ Harris is a Messianic Jewish Believer in Jesus. He was born in New York City and grew up in South Carolina. He began to write music in college and entered the folk music scene in New Orleans, New York, Chicago, and elsewhere in the early 1970s. He met his Messiah in 1978 through the efforts of Gentile believers who prayed for and witnessed to him gently, diligently, and sacrificially in spite of anger, rejection, ridicule, and discouragement.
BJ was co-founder and co-leader of Beth Shofar, Messianic Congregation in South Carolina. He later helped start an international Christian ministry to support Israel and educate Christians in their Scriptural relationship to Israel and the Jewish People. Rabbi BJ is also a Psalmist and a Worshiper, he has composed and produced a number of songs and travels to various Churches and Messianic Congregations ministering in song. One of his most popular songs is “Come To Jerusalem”. Rabbi Harris has a Prophetic Music Ministry and on Tuesday Ministers at the Charleston House of Prayer (CHOP), downtown Charleston. Rabbi BJ
travels to and from Israel as the ALMIGHTY calls HIM to go. He holds membership with the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America (MJAA) where he attend Yeshiva classes in Hebraic/Judaic Studies.
Lech Lecha – Daniel and Anna Woodridge-Williams singers of contemporary and messianic music. Daniel is the guitarist, Dancer, Pianist, Psalmists. Anna is the dancer and singer. They are Brother and Sister, the children of Iris Woodridge, who started to sing together as little children, but the fullness of the gift did not come to fruition until 2009.
They have ministered in Churches, outreaches and conferences. Daniel plays percussions and acoustic guitar in Washington, DC, Ahavat YESHUA Messianic Jewish Congregation, Home Groups,: South Carolina, Korean Methodist Church, Holy Cross Episcopalian Church; Goose Creek, SC , Methodist Church and First Brazilian Assemblies of GOD, and First Baptist Church; Greenville, SC accompanying Rabbi BJ Harrion, on guitar, at Adon Olam, and Beth Shalom. In Charleston, SC Daniel, Anna, and their mother performed out reach at the Evergreen Assistive Living Facility, St. John’s Holy Brunch for the homeless, Bridge Church, out door church the homeless, CHOP (Charleston House of Prayer), Come to Jerusalem Ministry, and Ministered with Psalmist from IHOP (International House of Prayer), ministered at Praise and Worship Conference in Charleston, SCand in Nashville. Their mother’s desire for them is that the ALMIGHTY would raise them up to sing and play music. For years, during Shabbat* service their mother has prayed over her son and daughter to walk in the ways of the ALMIGHTY and that the mantle of the “joy of music” be poured in them to minister before the FATHER. It happened. She realized that YAH had given her a praise and worship team when we moved to South Carolina. Bless HIS Name. All those years of praying over them and she has now seen the fruit. You see what prayer and patience does. Glory to YAH!!!
♫ Lucky Hodnett ♫
Jeffrey Lucky Hodnett was born in Poplarville, Mississippi in 1972 to Steve and Linda Hodnett. He moved to Lumberton, Mississippi around the time he started Elementary School. The family returned to Poplarville, MS where Jeffrey graduated from high school. He holds a BS Degree in “Criminal Justice” from “Kaplan University”.
Jeffrey has been In the music industry for 26 years, Jeffrey began working as a DJ, then progressed to Radio Station Manager. Eventually he became a Singer, Songwriter, and Producer. Expanding upon his music experience, he started his own record label, “Lucky 7 Music Group” in (2011) . In 2011 Jeffrey released his first CD “A Southern Way of Life / Alive & Well” with hit songs “Mirror, Mirror” and “Tear It Down”.
Jeffrey “Lucky” (as he is affectionately known by his FANS) negotiated a record deal with Tate Music Group in March 2011 and now works closely with producer Don Johnson. His newest Album from Tate Music Group was released in March 2012 titled “Take Me Back to Mississippi “. His first single “Facebookin” has already gained attention of Social Media Giant Facebook.
Residing in Poplarville, MS & Nashville , TN; Jeffrey is like many Country Stars, spending a lot of time in Nashville, TN & Touring. Jeffrey’s mother and step-father, Linda and David play significant roles in the management of his music career also.
BMI, CMA, GMA, AFM, NSAI, ASWA, and the Canadian Country Music Association, are some of the noteworthy organizations that Jeffrey belongs to.
Allan Saucier was born February 24 , 1992. Born in Gulfport , MS. Allan began playing Guitar at the age of 8. Allan was influenced in the music as singing & writing by some of the greats including : Hank Williams Sr. , Elvis, Jason Aldean, & Lucky Hodnett. Allan’s biggest influence was his Parents. Allan belongs to the CMA, GMA, CCMA, & AFM.
Mike Johnson – Lucky 7 Music Group, Singer and guitarist
Ahavat YESHUA Messianic Congregation
David Craig was the 3rd of 4 boys, born in a 5 year period to Jim & Margie Craig. Eventually, they had 6 children in ten years. His heritage is Irish, Scottish, and a wee bit of English and Welsh.
He accepted the Lord at a tender age, at a local Methodist Church. He “backslid” in his later teens and early twenties, but was re-acquainted with Him through his association with a Messianic Jewish supervisor. He began attending Beth Messiah Congregation because he didn’t know any other born-again believers. The Lord used him to bring Elaine Axilrod to Beth Messiah and to Himself. David and Elaine were married there.
David studied violin in elementary school, taught himself guitar and drums as a teen, and studied voice at Montgomery Community College in Rockville, MD. Shortly after he joined Beth Messiah, the worship team needed a bass player. So, he bought a bass and taught himself to play. David has worked with many worship leaders, most notably Paul Wilbur and Marc Chopinsky. Recently, he’s been holding the bass line at Ahavat Yeshua in D.C.