Aaron Hall

Noticing something was missing from the theater, Aaron Hall created PUSH Entertainment. With grounded morals, real world experience and a genuine desire to bring a message to the stage, Mr. Hall has been nothing short of successful. PUSH Entertainment is standing on a foundation, built up of enlightenment, creativity, building self-esteem and shedding light to real world issues that hit home in our communities. Never losing sight of his goals and having his own family look up to him, he continues to embark on such an outstanding journey while building a jaw dropping resume for himself and PUSH Entertainment. Wearing many hats as CEO, community activist, playwright, producer, promoter, mentor and mogul (just to name a few), his reputation in theater speaks volumes. PUSH Entertainment has rubbed shoulders with leaders in the industry creating an everlasting mark. Writer, Tiffany L. Warren, partnered with PUSH Entertainment in the production of "Just Like Yo' Daddy" featuring Terri J. Vaughn of the Steve Harvey Show and Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns and Christian Keyes of BET's "Lets Stay Together" and "Madea Goes to Jail". Just like the name implies, PUSH Entertainment did not stop there. Working with writer and entrepreneur, DeMarcus Bailey, in the production of "How to Love" directed by Snoop Robinson, featuring one of the original members of Destiny's Child, LaTavia Roberson, is also an accomplishment few have reached. As Aaron continues to PUSH through obstacles and breaking barriers in the Entertainment industry, we will continue to reap the benefits of prodigious productions.

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No More Sour Grapes

Ezekial 18:2-4

2 What mean ye, that ye use this proverb concerning the land of Israel, saying, The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and the children's teeth are set on edge? 3 As I live, saith the Lord God, ye shall not have occasion any more to use this proverb in Israel. 4 Behold, all souls are mine; as the soul of the father, so also the soul of the son is mine: the soul that sinneth, it shall die.


In this day and age, the absence of the father is ever so prevalent. Having grown up without my father, there was a void, and emptiness in my life. A fatherless child left empty, forgiveness was an after thought. It wasn't until I experienced fatherhood that I decided to seek out the meaning of forgiveness.


Desiring to be more like my Heavenly Father, I learned the power of forgiveness. The Bible instructs us in2 Corinthians 2:7 that we should not only forgive, but also comfort anyone who has caused us grief so that person will not be swallowed up in sorrow. It is in God, that I found the perfect father, full of love, patience, grace and mercy. With forgiveness comes self empowerment and it is there that I find my strength.

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