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With two full albums, six hit singles, sixteen music awards, including Best Gospel Artist & Artist of the Year, and countless penned songs, Javon Inman remains focused on his purpose: minister music that conveys the heart of God.

It was his grandfather’s church, New Life C.O.G.I.C. (Massillon, OH), where 4-year old Javon would sing his first solo in the Sunshine Band. His parents recognized his musical gifts early on and kept him active in Howard University Children’s Theatre Productions (Washington, DC), as well as gospel, concert, and chamber choirs. The music ministry at Refreshing Spring C.O.G.I.C. (Riverdale, MD) further cultivated his gifts and prepared him to serve in leadership roles such as Minister of Music, Praise & Worship Leader, and Choir Director.

Javon continues to evolve as a creative artist with heartfelt songs and captivating performances which keep him on radio airwaves nationally and abroad. He recently collaborated with fellow award-winning Gospel recording artists and friends CD Porter and Rob Mercer to form the group DRK 2 LGHT. Their debut single “He Keeps On,” written by Javon, can be heard on over 100 radio stations testifying to the faithfulness of God. “We [DRK 2 LGHT] want to be the voice for the broken and the forgotten. I’m super pumped because I get to do real ministry with two of the coolest and most anointed guys on the planet,” Inman says.

Whether Javon is leading corporate worship, directing the choir or penning a soul-stirring song, he is a mainstay in Gospel music and shows no signs of slowing down. Javon says, “God is oftentimes limited to the big stuff happening in our world, but He cares deeply about the minute stuff in our lives, too. I want my music to illuminate that beautiful part in a creative way.”

Javon currently lives in Maryland with his wife and two sons.

“I have found the one whom my soul loves.” -Song of Solomon 3:4 ...

“The greatest gift I could teach you is knowing God for yourself.” I’ve been saying this to my boy’s since they were toddlers. How do we know God for ourselves? Prayer. The world has over-complicated it -prayer is simply a conversation with God. It wasn’t until my early 20s that I discovered it was not a monologue of wish lists, but an intimate dialogue between the Creator and His created about everything.

In 2002, I was a member of one of the greatest church’s, New Testament Ministries C.O.G.I.C. (Temple Hills, MD), pastored by Dr. Leroy White (R.I.J.). Pastor White knew what prayer was and what it wasn’t. He knew a life spent on your knees in prayer was a setup for victories, blessings, direction, and most importantly, peace. He taught:

1. How to properly get in God’s presence.
2. How and when to ask God. He would often holler out from his seat in church, “Now is the time to ask!”
3. How to wait in faith until God responds.
4. How to differentiate between God’s voice and your own.

Pastor White, you were a kingdom giant. Hearing God say, “Yes,” “No,” “Not yet,” “I love you,” and “Keep going,” continues to guide every big and little decision in my life. It (prayer) has become my life-source and I have you to thank! New Testament Ministries was a very special season and will forever be cemented in mine and my wife’s heart ‘til the day of Jesus. I’ll always honor the impact of prayer you had on me. Your legacy lives on. Love and miss you. #iseeGodinyou

Always remember, Jesus, Jesus
Always remember, Jesus, Jesus
Always keep Him on your mind

I remember getting on my grandmother’s nerves one Saturday morning as a kid when she was in the kitchen. She was making her biscuits -family favorite! The kind of southern biscuits you only eat with syrup. 🤤🤤 With eyes big as saucers and all in her elbow space, “Grandmaaaaa! Please tell me the ingredients for the biscuits!!!!” She playfully shook her head and said, “Baby, I don’t measure anything…just a little of this (pointing to the flour) and a little of that (pointing to Crisco, salt, baking powder, and buttermilk).” Now, my youngest almost always comes into the kitchen when I’m cooking and asks, “Dad, did you write the recipe down?” I always respond, “I will” and then become distracted.

Last year one of my best-friends gifted me this for my bday…AND HE HAD NO IDEA I was having conversations about writing my recipes down with my son! Finally, I paid a visit to Staples last night. After the Staples rep showed me the awesome finished product, I LIFTED A VERY LOUD EXCITED WORSHIP in the store. 😂🤦🏽‍♂️🤦🏽‍♂️😂 Thank you @staples! “Peach Caramel Turnovers,” will be the first recipe in the box. Delicious!!!! #PeachCaramelTurnovers #homecook #recipes #breakfast #dessert #STAPLES #intentionallegacy #lovemysons #missinggrandmaprettybadlylately 🙏🏾

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december, 2022

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