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The Representatives - Mixtape volume 1
Clap For me
- Mixtape Volume 2 The Bloodpakt
Good 2 U, Like Rain Remix, Two Words, Satisfied, Buck, Love Song, Love of My Life
-Soulwinner's new solo music may be viewed in this EPK.

All music is played through 90.9 The Light, on, Rebourne Radio, etc.


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Bridging The Gap Urban Ministries
Mission Statement:

The mission of Bridging The Gap Urban Ministries is to win souls for our heavenly Father (Matt. 28:19), to bring rest to the heavy laden (Matt. 11:28), deliverance to the bound (Isaiah 61:1), and healing to the sick (Isaiah 53:5). We also aspire to bring God’s people (young and old) to a higher understanding of Him and His will for their life (Isaiah 55:9-11), and to use the anointing that the Lord has endowed us to break every yolk formed by the enemy (Gal. 5:1).

The purpose of Bridging The Gap Urban Ministries based off of Ezekiel 22:30. “And I sought for a man among them, that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should not destroy it: but I found none.”
Over the years society has gotten away from the church and many churches have shut its doors to many kinds of people and expressions of praise. Even us as a people have placed God in a box and limited Him to ways He can use and minister to people. We are here to bridge that gap between these “different people” and the people of the church who have pushed them out or have been made to feel that there is no place for them inside of the church. We use the arts of stepping, rapping, and dancing to preach what “thus saith the Lord.”

Bridging The Gap History:
In 1998 student Shameca Sea had a vision for black students and any other minority students interested in using step as a ministry tool. It was then she gathered a group of eight ladies and formed Alpha and Omega (AO) female step team. A year later in 1999 Daryl “Shugabear” Cherry got some guys together to form Disciples For Christ (DFC). At this time Liberty University was in a time of change, as well as AO and DFC. In the year that DFC began, AO’s membership jumped to over 20 members, and DFC stayed small with just 5, but pushing out strong performances. In Fall 2000 students Minister Robert “Rob E. (Robbie)” Hillman and Jodie Walton came to Liberty University as freshman and eventually joined DFC. As timed passed “Meeka” and “Shug” graduated from Liberty and passed on these groups of step teams to Robbie and Jodie in Spring 2001. At first the two of them were just in charge of DFC, but eventually became in charge of both. Things were looking very good, but God wanted more to come from this ministry. Last year three freshmen came to Liberty University and got together with Robbie to form the holy hip-hop group “The Representatives”. With that happening they joined the step teams to add a different aspect to what was already established with the step teams, but God still wanted more. Over the summer God gave a vision to Robbie Soulwinner, Onaje Stevens, Tahicia McCaskill, Leslie-Ann Gowdie to expand different cultures and ventures in order to spread God’s Word. With this vision an urban dance team, a mime team, and a street discipleship team were added to make Bridging The Gap Urban Ministries (BTGUM). Now with over 30 members and probably near 100 former members, BTGUM is truly pressing toward the mark that the Lord has set before them. With solid leadership that is led by God, this ministry is going to have a big impact on the people they minister to in the urban community and beyond. Now with no looking back but pressing towards that mark to be more Christlike Robert "Soulwinner#1" Hillman is now a solo artist ready to bless the world with Word of God through HIPHOP!