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PASTOR I ENTREPRENEUR I RADIO PERSONALITY

Charles Edward Johnson is a licensed and ordained minister, Stellar Award-nominated radio announcer, and Shreveport Chamber of Commerce-recognized businessman. He leads one of the most prominent radio stations in the country, owns several small businesses, and oversees a nonprofit organization that has impacted thousands. We know him as Pastor CeJay, the Ark-La-Tex’s Ambassador of Gospel Music.

He believes in helping people reach their destiny; you have to meet people where they are. He’s an influential figure in the pulpit, radio, and music. His radio show is one of the top-rated in the south and has generated millions in revenue.

Our brands exist to empower, educate and entertain.

The Enterprise serves as our management arm, overseeing and ensuring the smooth execution of day-to-day operations across all our brands.

 
Our nonprofit organization is dedicated to making a significant impact within our community by providing comprehensive training and assistance programs for both adults and youth. These programs focus on developing entrepreneurial and leadership skills, empowering individuals to succeed and contribute positively to society. Through our efforts, we aim to foster a culture of innovation and leadership that will drive long-term community growth and development.

At Faith City Church, our mission is to love God, love people and make a difference. You’re invited to join the #FaithMovement #WeAreFueledByFaith

We started with a focus to help individuals prepare their tax returns but have expanded to help individuals start their own tax businesses through our shared ownership program. Our vision is to influence others to believe so that they may achieve. We’ve done just that; we now have tax agents who have shared ownership with us, and their lives have been changed because of it. As a minority-owned business, we seek to help women, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and other minorities in having opportunities to advance in entrepreneurship. 

The radio station has been in existence since 1950, the first urban radio station in the City of Shreveport and the second in the state of Louisiana. Generations grew up listening to KOKA, so it enjoys over thirty-five thousand terrestrial listeners within the market and thousands worldwide.

BeAwards-Full - Charles Edward Johnson (Pastor CeJay)

The BE (Black Excellence) Awards will lead the way in uplifting and inspiring the African American community in Louisiana. It will be a premium show in all forms of visual media, including film, television, commercial advertisement, documentaries, music videos, trailers, and other forms of visual media. The show is produced by top-tier television producers, composers, songwriters, and performers from around the country. 

The Chicken & Blues Festival is a vibrant community event celebrating the best in BBQ chicken, live blues music, and family-friendly activities. This festival aims to bring together food enthusiasts, music lovers, and families for a day of fun and entertainment.

Association represents radio stations within 42 American cities, and together they reach over a million listeners. NAGR is America’s only trade association for radio professionals working in the gospel/ inspirational format. 

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