Our purpose here at Redeem Radio is to bring programming that will be a reminder and encouragement to our listeners of what Jesus did for us. Through this station, souls will be saved. We bring you programs in music and in ministry. Whichever you may enjoy, they both have the same meaning. If you enjoy music, music communicates to you about the love of God and what He did and is still doing for us. You receive the same connection by way of ministry as well. We just pray that though this station, someone will be saved. He paid the price so that we may have a right to live free from sin.
Born and raised in Bronx, NY
Received Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior in 1978
Licensed to preach in 1981 by Trinity Baptist Church
Received B.A. in Religious Studies in 1984 from Southwest Baptist University
While attending Southwest did missionary work in Monterrey, Mexico, and Chicago, Illinois
Graduated from the New York Theological Seminary in 1990 with Master of Divinity Degree
Served at The Concord Baptist Church with Reverend Dr. Gardner C. Taylor as a Student from 1987-1990
Ordained at Trinity Baptist Church July 15, 1990
Returned to Trinity Baptist Church under the pastorate of the late Reverend Dr. Nathaniel Tyler-Lloyd in 1991 and served as Minister of Evangelism, Advisor of Special Ministries, created the New Members Spiritual Growth Ministry, and served as Chairperson of the Lenten Ministry and taught evangelism in Trinity Bible Institute.
Served on The Bronx Borough President’s Transitional Team 2001-2002
Member of the NAACP since 2000
Held the office of the Democratic State Committee of the 83rd District in the Bronx from 2000 to 2005
Accepted the call to pastor Victory Baptist Church on July 22, 2001 as Victory’s 4th Senior Pastor
Completed requirements at the New York Theological Seminary to receive the Doctor of Ministry Degree on May 19, 2002
An active member of The Baptist Ministers’ Conference of Greater New York and Vicinity. The United missionary Baptist Association.
Servers on the Advisory Board for Project Renewal in the Downtown Bronx as chaplain since 2005
President of the Victory Community Development Corporation.
Placed Victory Baptist Church on the World Wide Web victory411.com
Adjunct professor at New York Divinity School in 2009.
Severs on the Steering Committee fight for the Family since 2010-present
Responsible for helping Victory Baptist Church to obtain the 501c3 in 2012
Planted the seed for Victory to work with The American Baptist Churches of Metro-New York to build various projects including housing for future missions and ministries.
Served as pastor of Victory Baptist Church in the Bronx, New York from September 2001 until December 2014.
Rev. Dr. Sheldon E. Williams was born in Harlem and raised in the Bronx, New York. He graduated fromEvander Childs High School in the Bronx. After graduation, he attended C.W. Post College in Greenvale,New York, and received the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Academic Scholarship in 1974. In 1978, he graduated with a B.A. in Theatre Arts and Secondary Education. He is a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.Rev. Dr. Williams was brought up in the Co-op City Baptist Church. He attended Sunday School andwas baptized in the Church. As he grew more mature in the Lord, he taught Sunday School and becamea walking deacon.Rev. Dr. Williams was licensed to preach the gospel in October 1984. He received his Masters of Divinity from the New York Theological Seminary in May 1988, and became an ordained Baptist Minister in November 1988.He was the recipient of Who’s Who Outstanding Young Men of America in 1988.From June 1989 until June 1992, he was an Associate Minister at Community Baptist Church in Jessup, Maryland. While there, he worked with the prison ministry, headed Vacation Bible School and worked with the youth ministries. It was a period of growth and preparation as the Lord continued to prepare himfor the pastoral ministry.On October 4, 1992, Rev. Dr. Williams became the Pastor of the Co-op City Baptist Church in the Bronx, New York. Under his leadership, the Church has grown spiritually, financially and in membership. His goal is to lead God’s people through the guidance of the Holy Spirit during the 21st century. The Church has purchased property and plans to build a new edifice in the near future.Dr. Williams has been blessed to minister in Africa and the West Indies.Rev. Dr. Williams received his Doctorate of Ministry from the United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio in May 1995. He was elected to the Executive Board of Directors of the NAACP Co-op City Branch, on December 22, 1996.In January of 1998, Rev. Dr. Williams was elected to the Executive Board of the Coalition of African American Churches and Community Organizations of Co-op City.Dr. Williams has received various prestigious awards from organizations such as the NAACP, the Retireesof Co-op City, Town & Country Family Center, just to name a few. He has also received awards from political leaders Councilman Larry Seabrook and Congressman Joseph Crowley. Dr. Williams has been selected as a member of Who’s Who In Executives and Professionals for the year 2002-2003.In September of 2005, Dr. Williams started the Co-op City Intergenerational Outreach Center, Inc.,where he serves as the Chief Executive Officer.Dr. Williams is the author of Principle Centered Living: 9 Reasons To Maintain Your Values In A PressureFilled World. He is also the President and CEO of SEW Universal, LLC. Dr. Williams also co-hosted the radio show Principle Centered Living Radio on WMCA 570 in New York for several years. Dr. Williams serves as the Northeast Faith Commander for the National Black Church Initiative and also serves as the President of the National Black Religious Broadcasters Online
Born in North Carolina and raised in West Virginia, Roxie Shamburger is the Godmother of Gospel who was always destined for greatness!
Getting her first break by Dea. Watts from The Road to Glory gospel show on WHCR 90.3fm, she started her 15 year run in radio. She can be found emceeing gospel events from the Carolinas to New York and being the voice of quartet music internationally. She has worked with big names such as Lee Williams and the Spiritual QC’s, the late Tommy Ellison and the Five Singing Stars, and the Canton Spirituals. She also served as the President of the American Gospel Quartet Convention of the New York State Chapter.
After her journey with Dea. Watts, she was referred by a friend to a new station specifically geared towards gospel named Shabach Radio. Unsure if she wanted to pursue this long term, she worked along with the owner and eventually became manager of the new station Redeem Radio.
Inspired by her pastor Rev. Milton Gramby from the Christian Union Baptist Church, and seeing a need for an audience of the sick, the shut in, and those needing prayer; Roxie created The Gospel Journey. Along with her co-host, the program has spread the word of the gospel for 8 years and running. It has grown to outside experiences such as Gospel In The Park.
Chairmen of the Deacon Board at New View Baptist Church in Manhattan, he was born in North Carolina and raised in the Bronx NY. He is a solid prayer warrior for our listeners and is always available to guide us in a word or scripture during our programs. Feel free to reach out for your blessing!
Minister James Gary is Minister of the New Mount Zion Pentecostal church in the xxxxx section of the Bronx.
This Vietnam war Veteran started Home Bound in 2013 and has been ministering in nursing homes, hospitals, by lending the word of the gospel. He also has worked with the Mothers Against Gun Violence committee for many years.
Catch the Minister praying for the world every Sunday at 8.
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