Expect to hear a variety of musical sounds and blended styles that encourage and focus hearts to bring praise to the Creator of music. We have been blessed to partner with many talented writers, orchestrators and musicians around the country to produce quality music that is both God-honoring and relevant. We’re currently offering a concert program that works well in a service slot or as an outreach event during the week. You can hear some samples of our music from our latest CD project HERE.
God has provided a beautiful tour vehicle for us to travel in, which also doubles as our overnight accommodations. We travel fully equipped with our own audio/visual system and instruments. This was made possible only through God’s generous provision and direct answers to prayer.
Allisha and I have had the privilege of serving on multiple ministry teams representing several organizations, camp staff positions, and as well as our own family ministries. I grew up traveling in ministry with my Dad, Randy Merrill, who is an evangelist. When Allisha and I married in 2012, we were deeply involved in a thriving church plant—Palmetto Baptist Church in Powdersville, SC. They commissioned us as some of their first missionaries as we stepped out in faith to hit the road full-time doing music and children’s programs with my dad’s ministry for 2.5 years. That was a wonderful time of growth for us to serve together as a couple!
In 2014, God directed us to join with Wycliffe Associates in Bible translation. God really used this time to broaden our ministry experiences and give us a greater burden for missions and Bible poverty around the world. We organized and hosted over 170 events and meetings all over the west coast promoting the ministry of Bible translation. In January of 2016, we sensed God leading us to step out in faith once again and start our own music and drama ministry. We are humbled to minister to people all over the country, and we are excited to see how God will continue to grow and lead us on this journey.
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