“Not a Black Thing … Not a White Thing … It’s the Right Thing”

Your Voice Unleashed

Presenting youth with a positive opportunity to develop tolerance of cultural differences and promote unity and racial harmony by bringing young people of all races and backgrounds together working to accomplish a common goal thereby  producing knowledgeable and caring citizens for the future.

Free week-long fine arts workshop for ages 13 - 19 for choir, dance and mime is coming back to serve a whole new generation.

Rehearsal

August 9th - 13th 

6:00 - 9:00 PM

TCC South Campus 

5301 Campus Drive Fort Worth TX 76119. 

Concert

 

August 14th  

 6:00 PM

Will Rogers Auditorium

3401 W. Lancaster Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76107

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Kchristshan Howard 

A mulita-faceted singer and musician. She is currently the Middle and High School Choral Director at Life High School Oak Cliff. 

 

She is the founder of Howard School of Performance, K’s Delights, and Shun and Co. Designs. Music is her passion, but worship is her heart. At her local church, she serves on the worship team and as an Assistant Minister of Music over the Sanctuary Choir and the Minister of Music for the Youth and Young Adult Choir at the Greater Mount Hebron Bible Church. She is a consistent driving force in the Dallas Music Scene and is actively involved with community events and projects that focus on encouraging our youth in Arts and Music

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Robin Bohlin

Robin and her husband Jonas pastor Fullness in Christ Church.  She has been in ministry most of her life and has been a conference speaker and is a seasoned Bible teacher.  She is also a worship leader whose main calling is to teach others how to have intimacy with the Father.

She is committed to helping families be healthy and whole through pastoral counseling.  She also serves as Clergy with the Fort Worth Police Department.

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David Hollingsworth

David, who goes by DJ, is a member of Trinity Christian Worship in Mesquite, TX. He joined the mime ministry in 2016 and now serves as the Lead Mime instructor. 

A 2018 graduate of Macarthur High School in Irving, TX, he attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX. David’s passion for the ministry of mime did not die and he continued to return home, active in his ministry and took on the role of instructing our younger youth in the Mime ministry.

DJ relates well to the young people he ministers to because although was not shy and remained driven in most areas of his life, he lacked the ability to express his emotions. He found that ministry through mime gave him the tools he needed to continue his growth in Christ as a young adult on fire for Christ.

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MEET OUR
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Wendall Huckaby

 

He is not a trained dancer, but has been guided by the Holy Spirit to deliver a message through movement. The call and anointing on his life gives him the ability to interpret the word of God through his movements and facial expressions. He allows God to not only give him the movements, but also the songs to minister. His ministry reflects the goodness and mercy of Christ.  

 

He teaches mime, host workshops, and give classes on proper paint application/facial expressions. In addition to ministering and teach

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Autumn Mikeal

Currently serving as community outreach coordinator for the nonprofit organization Urban Dreams. An Organization Providing music training/workshops, instruments, and scholarship opportunities to underserved communities.


Her musical influences stream from every corner of the earth. Equipped with over 10 years experience in studio recording, song writing and theatre, Music is more than a hobby for this artist. Most recently released production: "JUDAS", a virtual project on trauma and healing.

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Cassy Alarcon