Byron Cage Talks “Broken, But I’m Healed,” Bishop Walter S. Thomas Offers COVID Testing

On this edition of HUR@HOME Inspiration we talked with two anointed men of God who are inspiring millions of believers around the world. Bishop Walter Scott Thomas, Sr. is known as “Pastor’s Pastor,” and is the Senior Pastor of New Psalmist Baptist Church in Baltimore, Maryland. He served as the past president of the Hampton University Minister’s Conference and received his Master of Divinity from the Howard University School of Religion.

Bishop talked about how George Floyd’s death birthed a racial awakening in this country. African Americans who are privileged with wealth and status are forced to recognize that they are still members of the oppressed race. He said that non-Black allies to the cause of ending racial injustice need to do more than just “understand.” They need to be pro-active. Bishop Thomas talked about how New Psalmist Baptist in Baltimore is providing food and COVID-19 testing to its community and he announced the upcoming Medical Town Hall.

Byron Cage is a multiple Stellar award-winning Gospel artist who is the Minister of Music at Ebenezer AME in Fort Washington, Maryland. Byron’s song, “Broken, But I’m Healed” was sung as the family walked into the sanctuary at George Floyd’s funeral in Houston.

Byron told the story of how Bishop Walter Thomas gave him the inspiration he needed to leave Bishop Eddie Long’s church as minister of music. He said it was one of the best decisions he had ever made. Byron talked about his new song is called, “Oh How Good It Is” and his new book that chronicles his 30 years as a Minister of Music and how to maximize the role of Music Ministers in churches today.