Recording and sharing Gospel music is personally rewarding to me, however I insist on giving all the glory back to God. He is the one who gave me the talent and ability to express His love, goodness and mercy through music, and I pray that my music portrays my glorification. Writing and singing gospel music comforts me because it is a reflection of who I am. I draw strength from the music. Also, it's about sharing. It feels good to share what's inside of me through music. When I sing, I feel God's pleasure. My songs speak the life I live for Jesus Christ.
Welcome to For His Praise, where I give honor and glory to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. My mission is to use this wonderful gift of music that God gave me to share with Christians around the world, and to compell through my music those seeking salvation through Jesus Christ.
I have served 48 years as head musician and organist of the New Covenant Church in Cedar Creek, Texas, where Bishop Eddie E. Willis, Sr. is the Pastor. My husband is one of the Associate Ministers.
One thing that's been on my heart for some time is to record an album of old traditional hymns with a touch of contemporary music blended in. No matter what new songs are composed, I just can't get away from songs such as "The Old Rugged Cross", "There Is A Fountain", "Blessed Assurance", etc. So, my next album will include some old and new. Most of all, I just want my music to be a blessing to the hearers; to encourage believers to continue their walk in the Lord, and to compel others to seek Him.
Now that you know a little bit about me, please visit the "Buy Music" page and listen to some of the available track samples. You can have your personal experience with soothing and uplifting music by adding these recordings to your Gospel music collection. Place your order today for music you will cherish for a lifetime!
My husband, Charles and I have been married for 46 years. We have two sons and two daughters, two daugthers-in-law, one son-in-law, seventeen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.