Evangeline Sings National Anthem At Arkansas Travelers Baseball Game
Evangeline Sings in "Let Freedom Ring" Musical - Trains Miss Philander Smith College Contestants - Receives JCCS HIV/AIDS Awareness Service Award
Evangeline Sings at Broadway Joe's Celebrity Birthday Party - Power 92 Jammers Basketball Game - Arkansas Democratic Black Caucus Banquet
Evangeline Interviews Kirk Franklin & Power to End Stroke Campaign 2009 Guests for Comcast Newsmakers
Evangeline Supports American Heart/Stroke Association & Introduces Kirk Franklin at CityFest 2009
CADC Low Income Advocates Leadership & Community Development Conference 2009
Evangeline serves as mistress of ceremonies and entertains at Low Income Advocates Leadership & Community Development Conference.
Arkansas Baptist College 2009 Music & Arts Festival: Evangeline & The Prayed Up Band Send Up Praise
Congratulations to Evangeline and her band Prayed Up on a wonderful performance at the 2009 Arkansas Baptist College Arts & Music Festival.
"Her songs from "Conversations with God" are fantastic and minister to me deeply," said a member of the audience. "Listening to her minister live is just a blessing."
Other audience members said: "I've been truly blessed today by Evangeline Parker's concert!
Evangeline Celebrates the 2009 Daisy Bates Holiday at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock In Song
Evangeline Mistress of Ceremonies & Entertains at 2009 Miss River Delta Scholarship Pageant
Congratulations to all of the young ladies who participated in the 2009 Miss River Delta pageant. It was an evening filled with glamour, style, intelligence, grace and wonderful entertainment.
Evangeline served as the mistress of ceremonies and entertained the audience with an old favorite "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and "I Can Feel You Moving" from her "Conversations with God" CD.
In addition to meeting and visiting with all of the reigning queens and contestants, Evangeline visited with up and coming R&B group members of Meant2B young men who are natives of Pine Bluff with true talent.
It was a spectacular and very special evening.
Evangeline Celebrates in Song Black History at Forest Heights Middle School
Evangeline is asked often to visit schools to speak to youth. In celebration of Black History Month, one of her most favorite schools to visit is Forest Heights Middle School.
"The students are so respectful and mannerable," said Evangeline. "You can see on their faces that they are like sponges soaking up every word."
Evangeline took the students on a journey educating them about history through the avenue of songs. Evangeline began her presentation educating students about Negro Spirituals and moved forward through some of the favorite songs of Civil Rights Heroes and ended with songs that promote inner strength, self respect and loving oneself enough to be all that God created them to be.
October 26: Evangeline's "Conversation with God" at First Trinity Church of God In Christ in Pine Bluff, AR
On Sunday, October 26 Evangeline attended First Trinity Church of God In Christ in Pine Bluff, AR in honor of Youth Day! She delivered the morning keynote address asking the question: Are you preparing and positioning to prevail?
"I say to you today that God wants to bless you but you've got to get in position," said Parker. "There is a voice inside your head and your heart telling you the right steps to make out of your situation and to achieve your purpose in life but you won't get in position." Get in position and be blessed!
As Evangeline encouraged everyone in the building to be all that God created them to be she ended her presentation by singing "Pray In Faith" and "I Can Feel You Moving!" The presence of God moved throughout the building!
The service ended with fellowship, meet and greet with Evangeline and a "Conversations with God" CD signing! A special thank you to Mrs. Diane Tatum, Mr. Finley Hill, Mr. Grissom and all the members, youth and friends for your love and support of Evangeline and her ministry! God Bless You!
October 18: Evangeline's "Conversations with God" at UAM African American Alumni Breakfast 2008
A special thank you to the UAM African American Alumni Association and Mrs. Classie Green and Mr. Shay Gillespie for all your support of Evangeline Parker and the "Conversations with God" CD.
"It was such a blessing visiting with relatives, friends and former classmates," said Evangeline. "It felt good being back on the campus and sharing the word of God in song."
Thank you to everyone for supporting the "Conversations with God" CD ministry! God Bless You!
October 17: Evangeline Opens Arora Praise Fest 2008 Featuring Holy Boy, Chosen and Dave Hollister
Evangeline opened the Arora Praise Fest 2008 show with "Pray In Faith" and took the praise party up a notch with her soulful, footstomping and hand clapping traditional gospel song "I Can Feel You Moving!" You could feel the spirit moving all through the Horace Mann Auditorium!
A special thank you to everyone who supported Evangeline, Arora and photographers Jamille Rogers and Jay Cleveland!
October 2008: "Conversations with God" Now Available at Ugly Mike's Records, Little Rock, AR. Listen to 102.1 KOKY & Praise 102.5 & Power 92.3 & Request "Pray In Faith!"
The "Conversations with God" CD is making its way across the nation to your local radio station. Call and make your request today! There is a message for you and you will be blessed! God Bless You and continue to "Pray In Faith" and watch God move in your situation!
A special thank you to Ugly Mike's Records located at 4710 West 12 in Little Rock for your support. Faithful Power 92 listener and supporter Ms. Thea.
Also, a very special thank you to Broadway Joe, Power 92.3; Billy St. James, Praise 102. 5; Mark Dillion and Miles Harshaw, KOKY102.1 for your support of "Conversations with God."
July 19-20: Parker Featured Entertainer at Miss Arkansas Pageant
In the history of the Miss Arkansas pageant, Evangeline Parker is still the only two-time consecutive overall talent winner and her performances at the 2008 Miss Arkansas pageant left no doubt that she is still a talent powerhouse today.
Parker is known in the pageant circles for usher God into the building with her soulful and inspirational vocal performances left audience members spell-bound.
Audience members called Parker's performances amazing, heart warming and spirit filling. One audience member said, "I was here last night and Evangeline Parker was amazing; and tonight, I brought four friends with me to see her."
Parker was honored to visit with fans and share her "Conversations with God" music ministry!
A special thank you to the Miss Arkansas pageant officials for your support!
June 19-21: Miss U.S. Virgin Islands Scholarship Pageant
This year was Parker's fifth consecutive visit to the Miss Virgin Islands pageant a preliminary to the Miss America pageant. Parker delivered several crowd pleasing performances, promoted her "Conversations with God" CD and was asked to share an inspirational message during the contestant's luncheon.
Parker was honored to visit with fans and well wishers! Congratulations to Shamika Thomas, Miss Virgin Islands 2008 and all of the contestants who presented themselves in a positive and professional manner.
A special thank you to the executive director, Mrs. Cynthia Jerry, sponsors and staff!
May 17: 6th Annual Pine Bluff Social & Art Club "Tribute to Black Women" Banquet & First "Conversation With God" CD Signing Highlights
Saturday, May 17, 2008, Evangeline traveled to Pine Bluff, Arkansas for the 6th Annual "Tribute to Black Women" Banquet hosted by the Social and Art Club of Pine Bluff. Evangeline served as the keynote speaker.
Evangeline took the audience on a journey through time beginning with the creation of woman the ultimate woman Eve. Throughout the evening she spoke the name of various women throughout history who paved the way for her to be who she is today. She spoke the name of her mother Lillie Mae Parker and thanked her for life. She spoke the name of her Godmother Evangeline Brown who named her and taught her the meaning of service to humanity.
She spoke the name of each 2008 Social and Art Club Honoree and how their lives displayed the hand print of God and generated personal members of her journey of life.
"I speak your name and honor you Mildred Benson Blunt who prepares spaghetti in a dishpan so everyone can come by and get a carry-out," said Evangeline. " I speak your name and I honor you Sandra Boone who spends time nurturing your grandchildren and received spiritual teaching and guidance from the great Rev. S.M. Taylor as did I," said Evangeline. I speak the name of Jewel Edwards and I honor you in addition to your cooking, visiting the sick and sewing you will celebrate 60 years of marriage to your husband whom you still call wonderful husband Leroy," said Evangeline. I speak the name and I honor you Dorothy Oliver who spent time as a teenager in the cotton fields to earn money to buy school clothes and books." "When I was sixteen my mother sent me to the cotton fields and at the end of the day, I decided college was a much better choice," said Evangeline.
"I speak the name and I honor you Ruth Taylor who canned and preserved food items grown on the farm to help sustanin the family through winter months of the year; and served as a 4-H Club Leader," said Evangeline. "I speak the name of Daisy Wells who makes it no secret that her girls are her first priority, she watches over them with love and discipline, instilling in each the love of God and commmitment to family," said Evangeline.
"I speak the name of all the honorees because your lives are examples to everyone especially the youth of how powerful God is and the situations and circumstances he can handle when you let go and let God," said Evangeline.
Evangeline ended her address with songs from the "Conversations With God" CD: "I Can Feel You Moving" and I Feel Glory!
"Before I leave you to night I must speak the name of a young man by the name of SFC Samuel Parker my baby brother and biggest fan after God who produced with me the "Conversation With God" CD.
Throughout her presentation Evangeline received applause and generated laughter and memories of days gone by; however, a couple of audience members summed up the evening: "Ms. Parker you are a powerful speaker with an anointed gift to sing." "She gave us meat and gravy... She was just wonderful!" "Her ministry blessed my soul and spoke specifically to a personal situation I'm dealing with right now and tonight I've turned it all over to God!"
A special thank you to Ms. Janice Roberts for inviting Evangeline to speak, members of the Social and Art Club under the direction of President Irene Holcomb, Pearl who served as the sound engineer, Celeste Alexander who supervised transportation for Evangeline and the "Conversation with God" CD signing and a big thank you to everyone who blessed the "Conversation With God" CD ministry! God Bless!
C. Alexander, Reporting for Angel K! Entertainment
Miss U.S. Virgin Islands Pageant (Featured Entertainer 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
National Business & Professional Women’s Inc. Conference
Arkansas Business & Professional Women’s Inc. Conference
Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield
Comcast Communications of Arkansas
Los Alamos, New Mexico National Laboratory
Los Alamos, New Mexico Middle Schooll
Pilgrimage to Memphis National Conference
National Center for Toxicologocial Research
New Mexico M.L. King Jr. Commission Youth Assembly
Arkansas M.L. King Jr. Commission National Youth Assembly
Miss Tennessee International Pageant
Evangline signs autographs for the Clarendon High School students.
Mistress of Ceremonies Evangeline Parker answers the impromptu request to sing from Governor Mike Beebe and delivers a heartfelt "America the Beautiful" at the Arkansas Mississippi Regional Minority Supplier Development Council Luncehon.
Arkansas State University
Philander Smith College
University of Arkansas at Fayetteville
University of Central Arkansas at Conway
University of Arkansas at Monticello
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
Federal Correctional Institution, Memphis, TN
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
National Teachers of the Year, Inc. Conference
Clarendon High School
Apollo Theater, New York
Bobby Jones Gospel New Artist Showcase
Arkansas Black Hall of Fame
Miss Arkansas Pageant
Miss Arkansas USA Pageant
Miss Black America Pageant
Miss Central Arkansas Pageant
Miss Greater Little Rock Pageant
Miss Greater Pine Bluff Pageant
Peace in Our Community Concert
Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce
Conway, Arkansas Chamber of Commerce
Hot Springs, Arkansas Chamber of Commerce
Evangeline delivers a spellbinding inspirational performance at Miss Greater Little Rock Pageant.
Reed Memorial CME Church
Seven Star Missionary Baptist Church
Greater Archview Baptist Church
St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church
Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church
Arkansas AIDS Foundation Prayer Breakfast
AARP #2465 Chapter Little Rock, Arkansas
Conway, AR Toad Suck Daze Festival
Pine Bluff Social & Art Club
Parker delivers powerful speech at the Unity In Our Community Breakfast & Symposium held at Reed Memorial Church. Center photos: Parker delivers powerful prayer and inspirational song at HIV/AIDS Prayer Breakfast held at the Arkansas Governors Mansion.
Parker delivers a soulful and inspirational song entitled "Be True to Yourself" to the Teen Promise participants at the Miss Teen Promise 10th Annual Gala.