God is All she needs

Victoria Shirey Bowlin sings during 11th Hour’s concert at Sand Spring Baptist Church on Aug. 18.

11th Hour’s Victoria Shirey Bowlin shares His power and providence through music

By John Herndon, KentuckySings.com

When Victoria Shirey Bowlin joined 11th Hour last summer, she could only see it as another way God worked in her life. 

“Honestly, God threw it in my lap,” she says with a huge smile. “I had no intention of ever joining another group when I stopped singing with my family.”

Victoria had sung with her parents and sister for 20 years when she decided to concentrate on ministry with her husband, Aaron Bowlin, and do solo work in 2014. And she was happy in those roles when the opportunity to sing with 11th Hour presented itself. 

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Life is very good for The Kingsmen’s Alan Kendall

The Kingsmen during their concert at Sand Spring Baptist Church on Oct. 14. From left are Chris Jenkins, Chris Bryant, Alan Kendall and Ray Dean Reese.

Talented baritone gives God glory as he serves in ‘Dream Job’

By John Herndon, KentuckySings.com

LAWRENCEBURG, Ky. – Alan Kendall knew he was a blessed man. 

He’d been on the road, singing baritone for The Kingsmen Quartet and pulled into his Hiwasse, Georgia home just before midnight on Sunday night, October 10. He took to Facebook to let the world know just how blessed he really is.

“Nearly midnight, just got home, gotta take the kids to school first thing tomorrow morning. What a blessing. My Savior, my wife and kids, my dream job…all amazing gifts that I don’t necessarily deserve. May I never forget that, and may I honor all those things to my best ability.”

That resonated with me. It resonated a lot. Make that A LOT. 

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