THIS WEDNESDAY…the debut of the “YOUTH Can Overcome” show

EXCITING NEWS! After nine inspiring seasons of the “You Can Overcome” show hosted by Gwen Shamblin, this Wednesday, August 17th marks the debut episode of the “YOUTH Can Overcome” show, co-hosted by Gwen’s grown children, Michael Shamblin and Elizabeth Shamblin Hannah. The show will be webcast from Remnant Fellowship Church in Brentwood, Tennessee at 6:20pm Central Time on, featuring youth who are putting the message of wholehearted Christianity into practice and the inspiring stories of how their lives have resulted in beautiful and dramatic changes for the better.



“We are honored and humbled to get the opportunity to support this Church, our mother and the leaders, and the message they all stand for…and to be able to pass it down to the Next Generation!”

-Elizabeth Shamblin Hannah


Remnant History

In 1999, Gwen Shamblin, along with eight others, humbly and boldly stepped outside of mainstream Christianity to establish Remnant Fellowship Church in Brentwood, Tennessee.  Today, the Church membership has grown internationally, webcasting to more than 150 locations around the world.  The Biblically-based teachings have produced unprecedented results…healed marriages, close knit families, improved health due to God-led permanent weight loss, restored finances…and incredible youth who truly love God and are filled with renewed purpose.


RFNEXT…The Next Generation of Remnant Fellowship

And now the hope is great that the carrying on of this restoration movement of God’s Church, described as a “royal revival” by Gwen Shamblin, shows no sign of diminishing.  Tune in this Wednesday evening to witness how the NEXT generation of Remnant Fellowship commits to boldly advance the Kingdom of God by helping the hurting and lost seekers back home to a relationship with Him!


“YOUTH Can Overcome” – 6:20pm Central Time:

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