"The gospel music association where Jesus Christ is the main attraction"

 

Introduction

We are a Not-For-Profit organization chartered in the State of Texas. We were established to promote the furtherance of Gospel Music and it's performers. Our aim is to be the premier source of support to singers, musicians and ministries that present Gospel Music.

We eagerly network with Churches, Promoters and others who have a need to locate, engage and present the ministries of our members. Although we are based in North Texas, we have members in several states, primarily Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma.

 

Annual Convention

Jan 25th-26th, 2019
Mesquite Convention Ctr
Hampton Inn & Suites Hotel
1700 Rodeo Drive
Mesquite, Tx. 75149

2 Great FREE Concerts for your enjoyment!
Friday, 1/25 6:30 PM
Saturday, 1/26 6 PM

Map & Directions
GMAA Awards
Stream Laura Tribute Video

Gospel artists from across America will be ministering in song... don't miss it!
Lots of parking for church van & buses.

 

Ministry Moments

ANOINTED SINGING CAN BRING THE HOLY SPIRIT TO ANY GATHERING
 
2 KINGS 3:15 — Elisha had been sought out to intercede with the Lord on behalf of the Israelites against the Moabites. Elisha called, "Bring me a minstrel. It came to pass when the minstrel played (sang), the hand of the Lord came upon Elisha" and he began to prophesy.
How many times in your ministry, as you lifted your voice to the Lord, have you felt the hand of the Lord come upon you and give you a word that you did not have when you came to the service? Yes there is power in anointed singing. Even a prophet needs help at times from the singers and musicians.

But the singers and musicians need to be anointed. you can not be just a good singer. You must be an anointed singer. God needs anointed singers and musicians to support and encourage His anointed prophets. THAT'S HOW THE CHURCH IS BUILT!! So, as you prepare new songs, pray for the anointing. As you accept opportunities to minister in new areas, pray for the anointing. As you practice and sing to yourself, PRAY FOR THE ANOINTING!

EDDY A. SMITH
MAY 20, 2018

 

Featured Artist

Jack and Deb Stone of Top Shelf Ministries are based out of Muleshoe, Tx. They pastored Muleshoe First Assembly for 11 1/2 years. Deb served as the Justice of the Peace for 10 years and gave it up to travel full time with Jack, and she hasn’t looked back. They have been traveling in full time music evangelism for 11 years this August. They do approximately 150 dates a year, with their latest CD In God we still trust, which is a double pack, 10 songs on one cd and 11 fan favorites. This is their 10th CD. They have been truly blessed to have three children and six grand children. Their oldest daughter and her husband and four grandchildren live in Colorado Springs, their middle daughter, who has never been married and Jack is taking applications, lol, is located in the Dallas area and their son and his wife and two grandchildren live in the Lubbock area. Jack received the evangelist of the year award with the Agapefest in Granbury in 2007. And in 2016, they received five nominations for male vocalist of the year, Duo of the year, Video, Song, and Album of the year.

Jack has written A couple of songs his first song entitled, I’m not living in my past and This ship is going to sail. Both are recorded on his cd’s. Jack has even developed and has the copyright to a silicone wristband that says Stretch your faith. It has become s great ministry tool. Doors of opportunity have opened for them in several different venues, such as churches, revivals, RV parks, TV appearances on TBN and Jack sings the National Anthem for Texas Tech University in many of their sporting events. For booking information, tour schedule etc. visit topshelfministries.com You may contact Jack at 806-241-5858 or by email at topshelfministries@yahoo.com

Host an Event

If your church would like to host a concert featuring GMAA artists, there are great benefits for you.

One: Your church name gets lots of exposure.
Two: You may welcome many first time visitors.
Three: There are no negatives to hosting an event.

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