(ATLANTA, GA – Aug. 3, 2015) Fifty never looked so good! On July 31, Rhema Christian Fellowship hosted Bishop Stephen B. Hall’s 50th Birthday All White Affair at the Cobb Energy Centre in Atlanta. The event drew Atlanta’s christian community and a host of celebrity guests to mingle with him, his wife Co-Pastor Vanessa Hall and their family. They celebrated amidst a sea of elegant blue and white decor. After chanting his arrival, guests enjoyed gospel comedy and a live neo-soul band over a gourmet meal.
The night was electrified with an honorary performance from the brothers of Georgia State University’s Phi Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma. Bishop James Morton, senior pastor of the New Beginning Full Gospel Baptist Church, also spoke kind words and was among the celebrity guests to offer a special thanks to Bishop Hall for his dedication to the church and community. After heartfelt presentations of plaques and gifts from members of Rhema Christian Fellowship, a live band and the playing of classic R&B hits got the birthday party’s crowd to their feet.
Bishop Hall thanks everyone for attending and making his birthday special. The celebration continued Sunday night for an All White Musical. We believe it’s safe to say that Bishop Hall had the time of his life this past weekend!
About Bishop Stephen B. Hall:
Bishop Hall is universally recognized as a visionary, innovator and organizer with superior and uncommon leadership qualities. In 2009, he was inducted into the prestigious Martin Luther King Jr. Board of Preachers at Morehouse College. In September of 2009, he was elevated to the office of Bishop in the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship. Bishop Hall has over 25 years of experience in ministry and has been a staple in his community through his vision of Rhema. He oversees the entire Rhema Staff daily, while continuing to be a loving father and husband to his wife and Co-Pastor Vanessa Hall and their two sons.
Currently located in Decatur, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta, Rhema Christian Fellowship was founded by Bishop Stephen B. Hall. For ten years, Rhema-Atlanta has been a leader within the local community, providing simple, practical teaching and understanding of the Bible. Since its establishment in 2002, this simple approach has caused the ministry to experience phenomenal growth and success