Dallas minister, recording artist to lead service at local church

Jeff Ferguson, a minister and gospel recording artist and songwriter, will be a guest speaker and entertainer Sunday, March 4 at 10 a.m. in the Resurrection Power Church located at 1709 San Jacinto. Ferguson has a tenderness toward the Lord that truly invites people into His Presence. As a minister, he has been invited to speak in conferences, campmeetings and church services. On several occasions, Ferguson’s services have been extended by churches to powerful revivals that have gone on up to nine weeks. As a singer, he provides special music and worship for conferences, special services and concerts. This year, his music has taken him to a solo concert at Robert Schuler’s church, the Crystal Cathedral, and he’s been a musical guest on TBN 14 times in the past year. Ferguson has the ability to cross denominational barriers. His schedule takes him from the most formal churches and events to Pentecostal campmeeting celebrations. He was raised in a Pentecostal pastor’s home and flows in the gifts of the Spirit and loves expressive worship. As a recording artist, Ferguson has released seven projects. He has enjoyed being a guest on other artists’ recording projects. His musical style would be classified as inspirational with praise and worship and Gospel influences. As a songwriter, Ferguson’s music was nominated for 1998 and 1999 Dove Awards and Grammy Awards. His songs have been recorded over 90 times in the past five years in multiple Christian music genres. His work has been recorded by artists including T.D. Jakes, Beverly Crawford, Clint Brown, Vicki Winans, Mike Purkey, Edith Tripp, LuLu Roman and many more. Some of Ferguson’s most popular songs include “Woman Thou Art Loosed,” “Potter’s House Theme Song,” “At Your Feet” and “Christmas Around the World.” Ferguson’s ministry is based in Dallas and he keeps an apartment in Nashville, Tenn., where he works on his music. He has a nine-year-old daughter named Gabrielle. He is 34 years old and recently celebrated his 25th year in ministry.

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