- Released: November 4, 2008
- Label: Verity
- 1.Souled Out
- 2.All My Help
- 3.Oh Give Thanks
- 4.Moving Forward
- 5.Keep Moving On
- 6.There's No Way I Can Live Without You
- 7.God Favored Me
- 8.It Shall Come To Pass
- 9.You're All I Need
Personnel: Vernard Burton, Tobbi White-Darks, Sharlisa Brooks, Craig Wiggins, Annette Rosel Lenox, Suzette Montgomery, Nadling Pollard, Marshe Whaley, Floyd Wilkinson, Carya V. Holmes, Minister Valencia Lacy, Faith Howard, Dawn Smith Jordan, Latrice Pace, DeWayne Woods (vocals); Michael Rippoll, Jonathan DuBose, Jr., Michael Ripoll, Sheldon Goode (guitar); The Nashville String Machine (strings); Doug Moffer, Doug Moffett (tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Vinnie Ciesielski, Steve Patrick (trumpet); Barry Green (trombone); Clarence Singleton, Ronald Black, Nathan McNair, Ronald Black Jr., Jules Bartholomew (organ, keyboards); Joeworn Martin (organ); Christopher Mercedes (bass instrument); Jeffrey Lesley (drums, drum); Calvin Rodgers (drums); Rodney Kennedy (percussion); Devary L. Pugh, Devory "Lefty" Pugh (drum programming); Love Fellowship Crusade Choir (background vocals).
Additional personnel: Anita Wilson, Blanche McAllister, Dante Hall, Al Young (vocals).
Audio Mixers: Craig Bauer; Donald Lawrence .
Recording information: ALFWC, New Brunswick, NJ (06/07/2008); DelRey Studios, Elizabeth, NJ (06/07/2008); Eclectic Studios, Nashville, TN (06/07/2008); Hinge Studios, Chicago, IL (06/07/2008); Love Fellowship Tabernacle, Bensalem, PA (06/07/2008); Ocean Way Studio, Nashville, TN (06/07/2008); Trakfire House Recording Studios, Hillside, NJ (06/07/2008).
Photographer: Mark Mann .
Unknown Contributor Role: Devory "Lefty" Pugh.
Arrangers: Sean Clayborn; Jason Clayborn.
Recorded in Pennsylvania at Hezekiah Walker's Love Fellowship Tabernacle church, this 2008 concert album finds the popular pastor leading his choir through an uplifting set of gospel tunes. Highlights of the lively outing include the boisterous, horn-laden title track and the stirring "It Shall Come to Pass," as well as the thoughtful "There's No Way."