J. Bruce Langley
J. Bruce Langley, published BMI songwriter,has been writing Southern Gospel music for over 25 years. He co-founded The Beulahland Quartet based in Pensacola, FL in 1986 and was promoted by Southern Gospel Music legend J.G. Whitfield, founder of the Singing News and former Florida Boys member. During that time the song, Jericho Walk, co-written by Bruce Langley reached the Singing News Song Chart at number seventy-seven.

Bruce also served as a missionary with the United Pentecostal Church, Intl. in the countries of Italy and Germany, preaching throughout Europe for some 12 years. He served as assistant pastor for Hall's Community Church in Brookfield Georgia, Four-Square Pentecostal Church in Tifton, Georgia, and is currently involved with writing, teaching, and the music ministry at First Pentecostal Church, Nashville,  Georgia.

In April of 2002, Bruce co-founded the Southern Gospel trio called
The Grace Notes and ministered with them throughout various churches and gatherings in the Georgia area.  In June of 2003, Bruce joined the well-known Southern Gospel group, The Georgians Quartet. They have signed with Lamp Music Company and have recently released the song God's Touch for radio. The group also appeared twice at the National Quartet Convention 2003 in Louisville, Kentucky. In December 2004 Bruce appeared with the Georgians at Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta , GA throughout the Christmas holidays.

Bruce has two solo radio releases through Anything-Anywhere Marketing and Productions.
Church on Fire and Chains I Left Behind can be heard on many gospel stations and are found on Bruce's latest project, At The End Of The Road, produced by Whistling Dixie Records.

In 2006 to 2007, Bruce began studies at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Georgia and was appoiinted as one of two Sports Editors for the ABAC  Stallion. His efforts were rewarded in the spring of 2007 when  the Stallion was awarded with "Best Sports Section" of any 2 year college in Southern Georgia by the Georgia College Press Association. In the spring of 2008, Bruce received an award from the GCPA for a column entry for the Stallion as well as serving as a staff writer for the Award Winning Stallion's "Best 2A College in South Georgia" for their overall newspaper production.

In June of 2007, Bruce helped to form the Corporation
The Nashville News , a weekly paper of Berriien County , Georgia, of which he currently serves as editor and principal writer. He published 34 editions of that publication.

Bruce is also a published author of the digital book
The Eternal Kingdom published by Waltsan Publishing of Ft. Worth, Texas,2003. Currently, he is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in The Berrien Press Enigma GA , The Tifton Gazzette Tifton GA, The Valdosta Daily Times Valdosta, GA, The Moultriie Observer Moultrie GA, The Adel News-Tribune, Adel GA, The Lanier County News Lakeland GA, The Quitman Press Quitman, GA, The Wiregrass Farmer, Ashburn, GA, The Contact Military Magazine Frankfurt Germany, The National Barbecue News Douglas GA, The Hubbard City News Hubbard TX, and The Wise Co. Messenger Wise Co. TX.

US Legacies.com has approved Bruce as an approved writer for their magazine and recommends his work to individuals or organizations seeking to publish their history. His work appeared in the magazine Tifton Scene Tifton GA.

Bruce has also written copy for several websites to include
SoGospelNews.com and Harvest Time Outreach Center. His poetry has appeared on SolMagazine.com, Themestream.com, Poetry.com, and his newspaper abstracts on Shvoong.com.

Bruce  is available for concerts, ministerial invitations, lectures, and seminars by calling 1-229-237-6062 or through Nashville News at 1-229-686-9770
At The End of the Road; CD Project
The Georgians Quartet
The Grace Notes' Photo Page
About the Grace Notes
The Eternal Kingdom by Waltsan Publishers
Scheduled Events
Stop and Listen to My Songs
J. Bruce Langley Ministries
301 S. Bell Street
Nashville, Georgia
1(229) 686-3182
Email: wdovemin@yahoo.com
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