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January 18, 2010 @ 10:41 am

EX Cast Episode 30 - Fred Price Jr.

We are discussing the decision to end Hip Hop Sunday at the Faith Dome and why it was eliminated from their youth ministry. We are discussing this with Pastor Frederick Price Jr, Pastor of Crenshaw Christian Center

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  • John R. Mcam II

    Pastor Lewis, I believe that this is an awesome way to start out a new year that is going to reveal a seperating of the real from the fake, To allow the Body of Christ to see where someone of great influence had a change of heart after coming in contact with the truth your ministry teaches, and be willing to share thay with us, is a very hopeful sign of Christ setting His church in order. How say we have the ministry of reconciliation, and never be reconciled among ourselves. To God Be The Glory!!!

    Jan 18, 2010 at 10:47 am
  • Patricia Martin

    Minister Lewis, This is an awesome testimony. I feel that there is a lot of compromising in the body of Christ for whatever reasons. I feel that God’s word should should be presented in the right way, but as soon as you cross that line then the word ends up tainted by enemy. We have to allow God to work through us. I like how you have no problem with telling the truth and this is the result of it. Alot of folks get mad when the truth is told, but I understand that it is to build up the Body of Christ.

    Jan 19, 2010 at 3:13 am
  • talking2chairs

    a lot of pastor’s today find their way behind the podium (pool pit) TITUS 2:2,THAT THE AGED MEN be sober ,temperate,SOUND IN FAITH,etc…the bible tells us a pastor should not be a novice. many men and women dont know the full WORD of GOD,THEY RUN but they are not called. brother PRICE,sounded sincere,i just hope when people introduce something into the church its of GOD because this has an affect on souls.his hip-hop sunday have been leading people astray for three years,he should be apologizing to his church.not once did i hear him mention how many souls was saved on hip-hop sunday.a pastor is always responsible for the sheep. I can do all things through CHRIST,dont have to be specialized in one particular area brother PRICE.if you cant teach the GOSPEL OF CHRIST to the fullest sit down.let me teach it.bro.CRAIGE keep running with beautiful feet and keep talking2chairs

    Jan 19, 2010 at 3:46 am
  • MDSis517

    This was an excellent cast. I have to say that when I saw a video on YOUTUBE showing the hip-hop event at C.C.C. I was floored and so saddened. I’m so happy that the truth has reached Pastor Price’s heart, and I appreciate Pastor Price’s honesty. Many Ministers are afraid to be truthful when they’ve errored. We in the Chruch have to keep it real and stop bending to the way of the world… come out from among them and touch not the unclean thing.

    Good move Pastor Price.

    Jan 19, 2010 at 10:36 am
  • john6verse27

    I enjoyed the interview with Pastor Price. I need to go back & listen to his father’s messages as well. I have to admit, the whole apostleship ceremony I saw for his dad through me off b/c it was very strange. However, I will listen to the man for myself. I turn, I will listen to his son as well.

    Peace to you Brother Craige.

    Jan 19, 2010 at 12:35 pm
  • Walt Karl

    It’s amazing to me how people judge EX Ministries as if you guys are just starting out. As if you don’t do your research and know what Fred Price teaches. It amazes me that folks will assume that you should do this or that and assume that you guys, after all these years, have strayed away and are now seeking a platform and opportunity! I’m appalled that people are looking at this interview as a slip up on G. Craige’s part and that EXM is now walking in error.

    This is a shame. People, shut up and allow God to do his thing. You have no idea the thousands of churches that this interview is liberating. Not that they will teach word of faith, but they will exclude hip hop. This is bigger than fred price jr. This interview CEMENTS The truth behind hip hop and opens it up to many that were following the success of CCC. I’m encouraged!

    Shallow folks that will be deceived by word of faith teachings will not follow the EX Ministries message anyway, so why are we trying to help G. Craige find his way at this point? This was a God given interview and it could change the heart of Fred and many others as it seems to be doing in the tone of his voice. God still changes men and I am glad God raised up G. Craige to have the influence he has. Stop boxing him into your own way of governing things. The very reason you have supported him in the past is the very reason you should trust the God in him to do what’s right.

    Jan 19, 2010 at 4:31 pm
  • tttoxicgosphell4u

    EVERYBODY GOT THEIR OWN BIBLE.i just foumd out Krs-one has his own bible,the gospel of hip-hop.I was in the store the other day and i saw a bible for Sailors,a bible for achieving pearly white teeth,Bible for gay living,the homosexual lifestyle.the pul-pit pimp bible,the church hustler version.OH YEAH,i saw the holy BIBLE hidden behind all those bibles.have you read the steve HARVEY bible.chap.2,tells you how to fake tears ,become a successful comedian,then lead an audience of dumb dogs into thinking they are saved sanctified and going to heaven.G.CRAIGE i’m waiting on your bible,not that two snaps and a twist version.that inspired Holy Living,Holy Word ,JESUS CHRIST THE SON OF GOD version.keep telling the truth brother at EX.

    Jan 19, 2010 at 8:01 pm
  • Pastor Jimmy L. Smith

    I have all the love and respect for Pastor Lewis because he is holding up the blood-stained banner of Holiness.Church of Jesus Christ House of Prayer in Killeen, Tx. has been following this truth since 1999 and we just want you to keep the faith and do’nt stop “living” the truth.Our youth department was changed completely and all 100-75 filled with the Holy Ghost. When we tell the youth the truth they will live the truth. We have the entire series of TTBHHP.

    Jan 21, 2010 at 7:13 pm
  • Ricardo Arce'

    Pastor Lewis, My wife and I just recently became youth pastors and we have been challenged by your teaching on Hip Hop. Thank you for your voice in the body of Christ. We are praying for you and are supporters of your power ministry. Bless you and yours!

    Jan 22, 2010 at 12:05 pm
  • Pastor Donell T. Colbert

    WOW!!! This task that you’ve been given is a great one. Not only in quantity but as well quality. Pastor Price is showing forth the difference The Word of God and a Father makes in the life of a Child. This proves if we train up a child in the way he should go he will not depart. Pastor Price had an opportunity to turn a deaf ear to wisdom but the Word that God gave you Pastor Lewis, watered what was already there , and God the father brought forth fruit from the seeds his father had sown. Thanks for all of the support that you give to us globally and even more Thanks for what you continue to do here in Zion IL.

    Jan 22, 2010 at 12:21 pm
  • Minister Nona

    Praise God for humility! It took humility for Pastor Price to recognize his error. Too many pastors are too full of themselves to learn from someone else, especially someone who is teaching a message that counters their own. May the Lord bless the both of you and enlarge your territory for His glory!

    Jan 22, 2010 at 4:09 pm
  • Rogers

    I really enjoyed his humility and frankness in admitting his mistake. He was willing to sekk you out and seek the truth. I thought that G Craige Lewis exemplified Christ in his desire to meet with Fred Price–how we have to sit down with people in the spirit of meekness and speak the truth in love.

    Jan 22, 2010 at 4:52 pm
  • Sharon Hills

    Pastor Lewis, this PODCAST was so refreshing and settling that there is still hope in the body of Christ as it relates to “holy hip hop” What a blessing to have Pastor Price on and to hear him say that he studied on his own and discovered the truth. May God continue to bless you and your family to include the EX Ministries family.

    Much love,

    Jan 22, 2010 at 5:15 pm
  • Tammie Graham

    What a Blessing This Is! All praises to the Most High God!

    Jan 22, 2010 at 9:16 pm
  • Jasmine Cobb

    This was a great interview. I was so happy to hear Pastor Price jr. finally see what God wants and how He dosent want that hip hop crap in church. Thank You Father in the name of Jesus. Personally I don’t agree with christian rap. I think we should leave all that stuff alone. Rap to me is just speaking fast while rhyming it still reminds me of hip- hop. Why cant we just talk regular about how we feel and not rap it.

    Jan 23, 2010 at 3:44 pm
  • Craig G. Cramer

    You are a true blessing, a “Voice Crying in the Wilderness”. Keep up the GOoD work, YaH Bless.

    Jan 23, 2010 at 7:39 pm
  • Jason

    It was very good to hear that he has a change of heart on the whole Christian Hip Hop and i pray he stays the course. I personally beleive that christian rap is no different than hip hop even if you have your original music with your rap becaue rapping has alway been assoictaed with the secular music…

    Jan 23, 2010 at 11:21 pm
  • Calvin

    This was a great interview!! I’m glad Pastor Price came out and set the record straight. Now I hope he doesnt follow the teachings of the WORD OF FAITH….

    Jan 24, 2010 at 2:18 pm
  • gold

    i am a young woman,i live in south africa, pastor G Graige i am very much interested in learning about the effects of Hip Hop and be able to teach it here in my country. We have a young womans ministry here, a lot of our young woman are still in the dark about music. can you send us the meterial, your teachings so that we can learn and teach our sisters. Thank you, from Gold in South Africa. 0829334140, nhlanhlagold@gmail.com

    Jan 26, 2010 at 3:56 am
  • shawn

    Hi! pastor Lewis I really enjoyed your conversation with pastor Price Jr. I am so glad that he reached out to you, and u guys got together on the Hip Hop subject. I have followed your EX for a while now. what ever state I am in I make sure my 2 teens and I come to see u from SA.Tx. all the way to Flint Mich. After watching Apos.Price for over 20 years I couldn’t understand why! they were doing H.H. sunday. At the time I felt like they just didn’t have the info. u do or they didn’t know of u.It didn’t stop me from watching but man was I so glad to hear Price Jr. come on and express his feeling on your program. What a humbling experience for the both of u. and it cleared up some stuff 4 me. I pray Gods Grace and Peace for the both of u and your families Amen.

    Jan 26, 2010 at 10:30 pm
  • Louis Hayes III

    Wow!! Pastor G.Craig Lewis is allowing comments???… Never thought I would see the day. But that was yet another excellent EX-Cast. I enjoy your ministry and have ordered my 2nd Bundle pack and can’t wait to feast of your research. It always ignites something inside me to dig deeper and see more than just the suface. I applaud Pastor Price for not being so prideful as some continue to be and I hope more “Mega-ministries” step up and admit that “Yes I was ignorant of the “TRUTH BEHIND Hip Hop” But now I know…Thanks Pastor Lewis …God Bless your Ministry “you keep making them I’ll keep buying them…LOL”

    Jan 27, 2010 at 3:43 am
  • Monique

    I live in South Africa, bought most of Pastor Lewis’ dvd’s and I totally agree with all the research he’s done as I did a bit of research myself, and found a few horrible things! It’s very scary how hip-hop has evolved, especially in South Africa and what’s worse is that ALL of the stars are promoting satan in all of their music videos, South Arican celebs too. You guys have Lady Gaga, Jay-z, Beyonce - what happened to them? MANY MORE OTHERS TOO!!! It’s definately an eye opener to the youth, and from my side, the message will keep on spreading to family, friends & younger generation. I end with: People are looking for satisfaction and happiness in the wrong placesm but God’s word says: Matt 6:33 “But seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.”

    Jan 29, 2010 at 7:22 am
  • Kofi Adjei-Mensah

    I bless God for the life of Pastor G.Craige Lewis and it was a blessing to have met and fellowshipped with in Ghana,West-Africa.Contrary to what most folk think he is,he is a warm brother who just speaks the truth n is just not interested in bashing folk!this interview is a testimony to that.I also have a lot of respect and admiration for Pastor Fred Price Jnr for his teachable spirit.I am praying with you Pastor Craige and Pastor Price.One Love,One Christ

    Jan 29, 2010 at 8:00 am
  • J

    This is amazing! i have been following God’s word. What craige lewis is trying to do is that he’s trying to send a message to all the young generation that are listening the secular music today, explain that the music is actually destroying a path towards the light. To many secular music just sending to many non-sense lyrics to young youth today and just corrupting their mind, saying this is okay to do that and do this, Follow the world and you can fit in perfectly. “WRONG” The bible is clearly states In 1 John:2-15 ” Do not love the world, or anything in the world. whoever loves world, the love of the father is not in him. I Support Craige lewis ministries. God is Good.

    Feb 14, 2010 at 11:33 am
  • Daryl Bunn

    G Craige Its been two years since I watched your videos on YouTube would like to thank you for uploading them on the site. You have no idea how much your message has changed my life. Man…Thank you sooo much. After hearing you preach in your videos I know now what life is about and what I’m here for. Words can’t describe my gratitude. I’m so thankful for you and your ministry. I wish there was a church in my state that preached like this. I am afraid to go to any other church because I might get possessed. I’ve tried going to a few but I’ve lost faith in them. They ain’t even teaching us about this stuff. I’ve talked to preachers about the freemasons and they don’t even know who they are! I destroyed 5,000 dollars of my own movies, cd’s, comic books and everything that had a symbol on it haha! I can’t get away from it, even the recycling bins have pyramids on them. Oh well, there is no power in symbols anyway. I don’t know why they try so hard. My brother bought your DVD’s after I shared it with him. He is changed to. Anyways I love you brother Craige, I ain’t being homo though. Your treasures are piling up in heaven…believe that!

    Mar 21, 2010 at 9:35 pm
  • little sailor

    Wow! I enjoyed this broadcast. Keep up the Godly work. I believe if I turned my back on God today. His word will still be true. I love Ex Ministries God bless you all.

    Apr 11, 2010 at 8:04 pm
  • Earl Delaney

    Shalom Pastor Lewis. It seems that in this day, for one to say he is saved is famous (like a gang or so)

    Entertainment just won’t do it. Salavation is supernatural, Esau and Judas both repented but found no salvation. We must fear and obey. Ecc 12:13 Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear Elohim, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.

    Joh 9:31 Now we know that Elohim heareth not sinners: but if any man fear Elohim, and doeth his will, him he heareth. Yahweh is not playing, judgement has not stopped but it’s being stored up. Todah (thank you) brother tov (good) work

    Apr 17, 2010 at 10:51 am
  • CatAnnBur

    Thank you Father God for the Holy Spirit speaking to Fred Price Jr.! Thank you Pastor Lewis for your gift from the Lord, that you are sharing with the masses!

    Jul 17, 2010 at 5:59 pm
  • Gary Marloe

    Here here! I am tired of these people utilizing their sonic rhetoric to influence people to feel hatred. It’s like anyone can use a popular music beat to try to lure impressionable and ignorant people into their secular missions. Anyways, I love what you’re doing, I love the beat you have playing in the background. God Bless

    Sep 15, 2010 at 6:33 pm
  • Robert Campbell

    There were times that I did not agree or maybe understand all of Pastor Prices teachings the dad that is.

    And for a few years I discounted his son, (my own ignorance of course) but to see a man that is truly seeking the truth.

    When I heard this EX-cast I jumped up with joy with my wife.

    Not only is this FPJ going to do well with his ministry, he is going to start seeking the truth in a way that we all should seek the truth and not assume one person has all the answers , no pastor is an expert in the whole bible , but God will make you and expert in the area he needs you to do his bidding.

    I have been listening to Pastor Lewis for several years and as soon as he opened his mouth, I shut up and started to listen.

    I was so excited that I started to email my friend pastor and he started just a few months ago teaching using your DVDs to help in his church.

    And now he is on fire about this hip hop mess.

    To even see a young man (FPJ) to at least listen and humble himself, to see for himself and then you make up your own mine.

    And trust me most pastors have huge egos, and don’t want to listen to another pastors give Godly advice.

    Fred Price JR. you are on the right path, and you know it in your heart, you also know that you will most likely stand alone in some cases on what you have discovered to be true about hip hop and the whole mess.

    You also said that this was not your calling , you could do it , but its not your thing.

    Hhhmmmm seems like Jonah said something like that , and well you know where he spent the next two or three nights.

    Well now you have folks around the nation and the world looking to you now and praying for you.

    God Bless you and Pastor Lewis.

    Robert From Indiana.

    Sep 28, 2010 at 1:36 pm
  • T Johnson

    Thank you, Thank you for your honesty and desire to see THE TRUTH of HIP HOP. I’ve watched Apostle Price several times during the past years and thought his son would be somewhat the same pattern in all teaching. I am delighted to know that he changed Hip Hop Sunday. I am delighted that God is raising men of valor in this hour. Thank God for you Pastor Price, Jr. I am so, so happy to have heard your interview with Min. Lewis. I know that men are coming forth that will DEFEND righteous and ABSOLUTE TRUTH of THE GOSPEL. God Bless you with continued health and wealth to lead God’s people with TRUTH.

    Nov 20, 2010 at 12:34 am
  • Bernie Humphreys

    Pastor Graig all I can say is preach on. I am from Zimbabwe and have learnt so much from your teachings. I have learnt about idolatary. I have learnt that our God is a jealous God and that he alone dserves the Glory. Your teachings bring light to every situation. I believe that God put you in our midst and I understand more about the word than I ever did. Keep up the good work. I will be donating to your ministry.

    Jan 26, 2011 at 1:06 pm
  • Bernie Humphreys

    My daughter was spiritually attacked when she found out about the “The truth behind hip-hop” This DVD and the others I have brought has tought us about what we were doing wrong in our lives. My kids aged 23, 22, 17 are new people in Christ. You are a God send. God bless you and your ministry.

    Jan 26, 2011 at 1:09 pm
  • darren l hopkins

    this is just an awesome testimony to see a man with great influence like fred price jr. to have a change of heart concerning hip hop which is trying to influenece the church body.this is an act of humility that all christians should follow to really look into the matter regardless of his feelings about it and change.this is what the church body should do.

    Feb 20, 2011 at 11:27 am
  • Taylor

    Wow, this podcast was so refreshing and I really hope that people can hear more of this podcast. I love reconciliation and to hear this is amazing. I hope that more people can talk to this man. Pastor Lewis’ newsletter has been life changing.

    Mar 3, 2011 at 3:26 pm
  • diligentlyseekHim

    Pastor Price Jr. I commend YOU, and for your honesty. We need more GENUINE Pastors like you who are not ashamed of admitting to making mistakes. You are a True Leader in CHRIST. God Bless.

    Mar 4, 2011 at 10:56 am
  • Sue

    This podcast was awesome. Pastor Price Jr. I have watched your father for many years, I must admit I was leary about you taking over, because a ministry should not be passed down just because you are the son, but be called. After hearing this podcast, I know that you love truth, and the church more than pride. You have the heart of a pastor, that you would put aside your own beliefs to seek the truth, that speaks volume, of your character, and your strength that all will need in these times. The reason your pastor friends cannot recieve this truth, is because of Pride. We all have been victim of it. Keep walking after GOD. Thanks so much for your words!!!

    Aug 16, 2011 at 2:39 pm
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