The word 'justified' means to be acquitted. 'Not Guilty!' Theologians can argue the fine points, but John P. Kee brings the reality to you in this experiential fiction work. Not Guilty is the script for, and is based on, a...
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The word 'justified' means to be acquitted. 'Not Guilty!' Theologians can argue the fine points, but John P. Kee brings the reality to you in this experiential fiction work. Not Guilty is the script for, and is based on, a music CD performed by Kee's New Life worship group. Now you can know the story behind his music: the story of a man delivered from the inner city streets. Radical strategies and radical change are what you will find in the pages of Not Guilty.
John P. Kee (born John Prince Kee) is an American gospel singer and pastor. At an early age he began to develop his musical talent both instrumentally and vocally. He attended the North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem and at 14, he and his brothers Wayne and Al moved to California where he began attending the Yuba College Conservatory School of Music in Marysville, California. During this time, he began playing with various groups such as Cameo and Donald Byrd and the Blackbyrds. After having a hard time adjusting in California, he left and moved to Charlotte, North Carolina only to find himself living in a part of the city known for its violence and drug activities. After watching one of his friends being murdered in a drug deal gone bad, he rededicated his life back to God during a visitation to a revival meeting.
He was in his mid-twenties when he became an ordained minister. In 1995, while ministering in Ohio, he received a prophetic vision and went forward with the building of a Fellowship Center in Charlotte which could minister to the people in the community. He officially founded the New Life Fellowship Center where he became and remains the senior pastor. The church is located in the same area where he had once led a life of crime and drugs.
Adapted from www.en.wikipedia.org. Accessed 04.04.14