Klaudt Indian Memorial Foundation

 The "Klaudt Indian Memorial Foundation" is in the planning stage of their 2017  Projects.
The Foundation's first TV Ministry was started on 10-10-10 and has run continuously since then.
It is anticipated that by the end of 2017, the Foundation will have completed 250 1/2 hour episodes. The program is now viewed in 169 countries around the world and can be live streamed all across the United States.
 The Klaudt Family launched their scholarship program in the year of 2004
 The Klaudt Family's Foundation has assisted students at Lee University, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, University of Georgia, Ben Speer's School of Music and the Texas Southern Gospel School of Music. The Foundation has also committed to sponsor a scholarship to the North Georgia School of Music in the year of 2017.
None of this would have been possible without God's help, and you the viewers, prayers and financial assistance. Let's continue to join arms in doing that that the Lord has ordained.
PO Box 490727
Lawrenceville, GA 30049 
October 7th & 8th 2016
Friday October 7th
6:30-8:30 PM Convention (snacks served)
Saturday October 8th:
9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon Saturday Convention
singers will be using convention song books from several states 
(lunch served by the church family)
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Saturday Hymn Sing
Mass Choir and Audience Participation
The hymn sing will be using the "Songs Of Faith" Book 
For more information contact:
 Crandall Woodson 678-508-0508
 April 1, 2016
The Klaudt Indian Memorial Foundation is sponsoring a Scholarship to the Texas Southern Gospel School of Music in the name of Callie Morris. The school convenes in Corsicana, Texas July 4-15, 2016. For more information go to: http://www.tsgsm.com/ 
Callie Elizabeth Morris
(October 31, 1993-February 1, 2015) 

 Born to Doyle and Ova (Clark) Morris in Muskogee, OK, she was a 2012 graduate of Crowder High School in McAlester, OK, and was valedictorian of her class. She was a concurrent student of Eastern Oklahoma State College as a junior and senior at Crowder and transferred to Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas in 2013, where she entered their Nursing Program.
Callie was an outstanding young woman and loved by all who knew her. The greatest love of her life was her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. She faithfully served her church in Arkadelphia, AR and McAlester, OK and her ministries included: playing the piano and working with the youth. She loved southern Gospel music and attended the Texas Southern Gospel school of Music (TSGSM) in Corsicana, TX from 2006-2014. She was elected to a five year term on the Board of Directors for TSGSM in 2012. Callie also served as Vice-President of the bi-annual Eastern Oklahoma Singing Convention in 2013 and as President in 2014.

 Callie used her talents for the Lord; she sang beautifully and played the piano equally well; her smile was infectious , and she was always kind, caring and compassionate. She had a servants  heart and had a passion for the music she loved and a passion for becoming a nurse. Callie Elizabeth Morris will be missed, but the legacy she created in just 21 short years and her influence she had on Southern Gospel Music will live on for years.

 The Klaudt Indian Memorial Foundation wishes to keep Callie's life alive as an example for the youth of today. In our minds, Callie accomplished more in her 21 years of living than most people accomplish in a lifetime. Teaching young people to continue learning the songs of Faith and structured singing was a burden of our parents, the Rev R.H. Klaudt and Lillian Little Soldier Klaudt.

A one hour Thanksgiving Special is in the works for 2015.

The special will not only deal with the historical first American Thanksgiving, but will also give viewers a look into past Biblical Feasts of Thanksgiving. Added to this will be a section to inspire viewers to be thankful in spite of what is transpiring in national and international events.

The special will be shown several times during the Thanksgiving week of 2015. More to come in relationship to this.

The Foundation’s TV Ministry, “Just Keep Singing”, is now viewed in areas of Alabama, Tennessee, North & South Carolina, Georgia and soon in North Florida. It can also be viewed on http://www.aic-tv.org/ , a Native American Indian internet ministry. It can be viewed any time of the day 24/7. Just log in and enjoy. "Just Keep Singing" is also viewed in 169 nations around the world.

It can also be streamed live by going to: http://watc.tv/onlinestreaming/  Sundays @ 3:00 PM EST  

The Klaudt Indian Family was also featured on Paul Heil’s Gospel Greats Radio Show on August 7, 2011. The program reaches over 200 radio stations nation wide. This was an exciting event.

The foundation has conducted several wedding ceremonies and participated in many funerals. So the Lord is opening up many areas of ministry.

Email comments to klaudtmemorial@bellsouth.net.


The Klaudt Indian Memorial Foundation is sponsoring ONE FULL SCHOLARSHIP to Ben Speer’s Stamps-Baxter’s School of Music in the years of 2013 & 2014, that is being held in Murphreesboro, Tennessee. In preliminary talks with Mr. Speer, Melvin Klaudt, in keeping with the intent of the Foundation, believes that the art form of Old Southern Gospel Music is gradually losing its original style and Ben’s School is one of the few entities left to keeping it alive.

How many of you enjoy and support the talent of Southern Gospel Music. How many of you attend concerts? Buy product of the Talent of Southern Gospel Music?
Have you ever thought about supporting the people that keep this genre of music in its pure state? Ben Speer's School of Music is doing this and has been for many years. PLEASE, think about doing this. No donation is too small. If 90 people contribute only $10.00, it will support One (1) full scholarship. Think about this.
Let's go to bat for Ben and keep his vision and burden alive. 
Contact me and let's do the right thing in keeping SGM alive and well for our children and grandchildren to enjoy in the future. Ben and I are in our 80's and what we must do, we must do quickly. Thank you so much.

The School’s emphasis on music theory that will enable a student to not only read it, but to also write it and perform it is a critical aspect in keeping it alive. Preparing students for future ministry in song and music is the origiinal intent of the Klaudts in honoring their parents.

For additional information email me at the email address below or call me at 770.560.3180.

Email comments to klaudtmemorial@bellsouth.net.


Launched on 10-10-10

On Sunday October 10, 2010 at 3:00 PM, the Klaudt Indian Memorial Foundation launched their television ministry. The first program featured the Booth Brothers, Ivan Parker, Legacy Five, Voices of Lee and Greater Vision. It had a strong God and Country theme that was supported by the Biblical passage from 2nd Chronicles 7:14. We want to thank Dove Broadcasting and WATC TV 57 in Atlanta Georgia for their support and allowing the citizens of Metro Atlanta and North Georgia to be the first to view the Klaudt Foundation’s ongoing ministry of their parents, the Rev and Lillian Klaudt that both passed away in 2001.

The Klaudt Foundation’s TV Ministry is entitled, “Just Keep Singing”. It is now viewed in several southeast states and to over 169 different countries worldwide. By the end of 2016, it is anticipated that the ministry will have 185 - 1/2 hour ministerial segments in the library to program to future TV Stations. If you have a station in your area, please contact them. It is loaded with great Biblical scripture and inspiring gospel singing from many past legends and current gospel singers. The program is now reputed to be one of the longest non-stop running TV programs in SGM history.
The Foundation also participated in a Fundraiser for the SGMA Hall of Fame on March 9th, 2015 where several thousand dollars was raised for the upkeep of the Hall of Fame facility in Dollywood, Tennessee. The Browders, Sheri and Jeff Easter and the Bridgemans were also present.

  Email comments to klaudtmemorial@bellsouth.net.