There's nothing to compare to live music, there just isn't anything.
The scripture that God used to save me was Isaiah 7.14, which today is still my favourite verse in the Bible.
All through my young life I wanted to sing, although nobody in my family knew it.
Well, we all know that self-esteem comes from what you think of you, not what other people think of you.
God allows circumstances to build us up. God has got our back.
I've got all my life to live and I've got all my love to give
At first I was afraid, I was petrified, kept thinking I could never live without you by my side. But then I spent so many nights thinking how you did me wrong, and I grew strong.
Christ does not fulfill the human element, but he certainly fulfills every other need in your life. As far as I'm concerned, there's no better love affair.
I've written about one song on several different albums.
I've written a lot of songs but I haven't had the opportunity to record a lot of them.
I study the Bible and spend time on the Internet.
I have a European Fanclub that's based in Holland, and I had to have that President of the Fanclub to get me a number of recordings that I hadn't had the foresight to collect myself.
I started out doing covers.
I have been to more than 80 countries, and there is not one-not one-that I didn't have women coming up to me sharing stories of overcoming major abuse, a bad marriage turning good, etc.
I grew up without a father, and my mother grew up without a father and her mother grew up without a father. So we have this long heritage of growing up without fathers.
I have been nervous before, but I have never had stage fright.
Low self-esteem comes from who you assess yourself to be. It's about who you are, and I didn't think I was anything or anybody.
Music is my life. The only other thing I've done is office work in different places. But no real professional career other than singing.
My audience is often hands-up, standing and cheering and on tables and all of that kind of things.
Yes, too much emphasis is put on outward physical attributes in every area of American life.
Well, I was in a band. I was the singer with a band called the Soul Satisfiers. I sang then quite a bit of Jazz and some Top 40 stuff.
Well, I think it's era that in which people had a lot of fun. In fact too much fun and would not concern themselves with the negative effects of the accesses that they were involved in.
The respect that you should have for one another-I never knew any of that. So I suffered.
That is what I liked about being on stage. I was comfortable there, and I could be myself with confidence.
Personally I prefer Gospel music.
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