Jason Nelson has made a name for himself in the gospel music industry for 10 years, but the preacher, singer and songwriter believes his latest album is a divine assignment during a time when Christianity is becoming increasingly unpopular.
Nelson, 40, is the pastor at The Tabernacle at Greater Bethlehem Temple in a thriving ministry in Randallstown, Maryland. Still, the preacher has found time to step out of the pulpit and release albums like “I Shall Live” in 2005, “Place Of Worship” in 2008 and “Shifting the Atmosphere” in 2012.
On Jan 20., Nelson released “Jesus Revealed,” an album that he believes stands out from his previous bodies of work. When speaking to The Christian Post, Nelson explained the difference between his latest project and the others.
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