Bishop Hezekiah Walker ‘Overwhelmed’ After Induction Into Gospel Music Association’s Gospel Music Hall of Fame

Back row, from left, Jason Clark, Howard Rachinski and Hezekiah Walker; front row, from left, Kelly Nelon Clark, Autumn Nelon Clark and Amber Nelon Thompson attend the third annual GMA Honors on May 10, 2016, in Nashville, Tennessee.(Photo: Jason Davis / Getty Images for GMA)
Back row, from left, Jason Clark, Howard Rachinski and Hezekiah Walker; front row, from left, Kelly Nelon Clark, Autumn Nelon Clark and Amber Nelon Thompson attend the third annual GMA Honors on May 10, 2016, in Nashville, Tennessee.(Photo: Jason Davis / Getty Images for GMA)

GRAMMY® Award-winning gospel composer, Hezekiah Walker, is still reeling from his exciting induction into the Gospel Music Association’s Gospel Music Hall of Fame.

“I woke up this morning still overwhelmed,” wrote the “Every Praise” singer on Instagram Thursday.

On Tuesday evening, GMA honored both music greats and charitable organizations during its annual “GMA Honors” ceremony in Nashville, held at Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena.

Aside from Bishop Walker, this year’s class included Howard Rachinski, founder of Christian Copyright Licensing International; Southern gospel singing group, The Nelons and gospel singer/songwriter Russ Taff.

“To everyone who supported thank you and much love from me to you!” continued the 53-year-old Overseer of Love Fellowship Tabernacle Kunjol Ministries in Cape Town, South Africa.

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SOURCE: EEW Magazine
Sheryl Hall