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Intermediate Choir Reunion with Recording Artist Dorinda Clark Cole
Thu, June 15, 2017, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM CDT
Join us for our Final Night of Revival with our Recording Artist Dorinda Clark-Cole.
Also enjoy musical performances by the Intermediate Choir
Armed with a remarkable legacy and a powerful musical gift,
-Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole has built an iconic career in music and ministry.
-Having amassed three Grammy® Awards and six Stellar Gospel Music Awards,
Dorinda is walking into her fifth full-length solo album with renewed grace and faith-fueled confidence tested by enduring seemingly insurmountable odds. “Living It”
-Daughter of renowned late Dr. Mattie Moss-Clark, and sister of the legendary vocal ensemble The Clark Sisters.
Now, Dorinda has skillfully mastered the delicate balance between music, life and ministry with resounding clarity -- building a rich musical legacy that continues to shatter expectations in the entertainment industry. Along with her enduring music ministry,
-Dorinda’s extensive anointing as an inspirational leader allows her to keep her hands full serving others across broad platforms as
-a gospel radio host (the nationally syndicated Dorinda Clark Cole Radio Show),
- a television host (TCT Networks’ The Dorinda Show and The Word Network’s Gospel According to Dorinda),
-a fashion designer (The Dorinda Clark-Cole Rose Collection),
-a fitness enthusiast and entrepreneur (Feet On Fire Fitness DVD) and
-a CEO (Singers, Musicians and Arts Conference [SMAC]).
-The enterprising evangelist now also adds starring cast member to her comprehensive résumé. The 2015 series premiere of Oxygen’s Preachers of Detroit.
-Traveled to Sao Paulo, Brazil in 2015 to Minister in Word and Song
Through her many seasons of life, Dorinda has inspired flocks of peers, fans and followers around the world with the power of her voice and message. Hailed for her dazzling vocals and profound performances, Dorinda’s music echoes her gratitude and tells her testimony through life’s ups and downs. From contemplating suicide (Dorinda Clark Cole 2002), to her live album embracing her moniker (The Rose Of Gospel 2005); from chart topping success (Take It Back 2008), to the fire that ravaged her home (I Survived 2011), to potential home foreclosure (Living It 2015) – Dorinda emerges victorious through song and praise.
The peaks and valleys of Dorinda Clark Cole’s journey have molded her character and fortified her prominence as a gospel trailblazer. The peaks have included pioneering moments in music and evangelism as an African-American woman, moments that have expanded her ability to influence and connect with her fans and transform lives. The evangelist’s history-making milestones include being the first woman to stand in the pulpit and preach in South Africa,
-the first woman to minister on the TCT Network,
- The first woman to preach for Convocation within the Church of God in Christ [COGIC], in addition to succeeding
“As a female evangelist, God brought me the territory where women can stand in places where we were [previously] not fortunate to go, [and] now God is allowing me to go into those places. I see my ministry expanding in so many ways relating to women,” she extols.
Continuing to live boldly and on purpose, Dorinda Clark-Cole is clear about her future. Coming from a family of very strong women, “I want my legacy to be where my children see a strong woman. A woman of faith and a woman of power.
- Church Administrator of Greater Emmanuel Institutional COGIC, under the leadership of Bishop J Drew Sheard & Evangelist Karen Clark Sheard
-Elect Lady of Department of Evangelism of Church of God in Christ Inc. (COGIC)
-As wife of Elder Gregory Cole of over 35years
-Mother of Nikkia Cole Beach (Dion) , and Gregory Jr., One Grandson Dion Beach Jr.