33nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Breakfast Featuring   
Dr.  Frederick D. Hayes III  
 Keynote Speaker

32nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Breakfast Featuring   
Bishop Marvin Sapp 
 DVD's Available For Purchase

If you missed the opportunity to attend the 2018 Leadership Awards Breakfast, you will be pleased to know that the St. Petersburg Metropolitan NCNW Section has made it possible for you to get a copy of the awards breakfast DVD.  

If you were able to attend the breakfast but would like to get a commorative copy of the DVD, we have you covered too.

The DVD's are available for purchase NOW!  For a donation of:       $10.00 Bishop Marvin Sapp Speech
            $15.00 Bishop Marvin Sapp Speech and Awards                                       Program

Contact NCNW  at (727) 896-6556 to get your copy today!

            Something About Bishop Sapp

                                             Bishop Marvin Sapp is the founder                                                 and senior pastor of Lighthouse Full                                               Life Center Church, located in Grand
                                             Rapids, Michigan.  The spiritual                                                       leader with two churches travels the                                               world over ministering to people and sharing his life's story after losing his wife eight years ago.  His testimony and faith journey is inspiring.

Bishop Sapp has won several national awards for his golden voice.  He has won awards for Best Gospel Artist and was nominated several years for Male Vocalist of the Year.  He is best known for his recording, "Never Would Have Made It", which still resonates today.   His song,  "The Best In Me" won him the acclaimed Contemporary Gospel Recording Song of the Year" in 2011.

Bishop Sapp is the widower of MaLinda Sapp and has three children.  He continues to be a beacon of inspiration demostrated in his powerful messages. 

Internet source for some nformation: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/marvin_sapp