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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

My "website"

Hi, you have reached my "website". Yes, I know it is a blog. But with so many media outlets online today, I like the simplicity of a blog. I just might keep it this way for awhile.

If you want to see pictures of what I have been involved with lately, please go to and Like my page. I will post upcoming events on this Blog and on my Facebook page, so you won't miss a thing.

I am blessed to be able to use my voice for God's work here on Earth. I hope that you feel the same way about whatever God has given you to do. I was challenged by an evangelist who spoke in our school's chapel this morning. He asked "why would we ever want to do anything less than our best? Are we half-speed Christians or full-speed Christians?" (he is the chaplain for the South Carolina Gamecocks football team) I want to be a full-speed Christian and share the Gospel and my testimony wherever I can. Will you do the same? I hope Jesus Christ means that much to you.

Feel free to leave a comment and make my blog look like someone actually reads it. I know there has to be at least one out there.

God bless,


Saturday, August 11, 2012

Greg Howlett Live TV, DVD, and CD Taping

I had an incredible experience last night. It has been awhile since I've had the opportunity to perform in a major production and I realized in the middle of everything last night that I very much enjoy it. Not because I want to be seen on a stage, but because it is a rush to put on a live performance, knowing that if you don't do your part correctly others will be effected and you also have to react to situations as they constantly change, no matter how much rehearsal time you have.

Greg Howlett ( is a friend of mine who has already released 5 CDs and one DVD and this new release, scheduled for Thanksgiving, will be the best one yet. He teamed up with Steve Mauldin again for his orchestration and vocals and included a band that was amazing.

Knowing that I would get to introduce the refrain of one song to the audience, I was looking forward to helping out. Once I got to the stage he made me sing "I'd Rather Have Jesus" off my new album and then asked if I would sing a verse of "Great Is Thy Faithfulness" and include the audience. I must say that he didn't have to twist my arm, and I am very thankful for the opportunity he gave me.

Please go to Greg's website and find out more about him. You'll be glad you did.

Thanks again Greg!