Monday, February 6, 2017
Tim met Christ when he was eight years old and is from a family dedicated to knowing and loving Jesus. Being in a musical family, it made sense that Tim would also have a love for music and performing. A love for music and a desire to share his faith in Christ culminated in 1997 when he was asked to join Rambo/Mcguire Ministries as the bus driver. They knew nothing of his vocal abilities at that time.
"The Lord opened the door for me to first serve in the most basic capacities in a traveling ministry. I drove the bus, set up equipment, and stayed in the background," remembers Tim.
Luke 16 speaks of taking care of that which belongs to another, so that God may give you that which is your own. Well, it worked out after a few months. Reba Rambo, daughter of beloved gospel legend Dottie Rambo, heard Tim sing. The ministry started giving him opportunities to minister in song and playing drums.
Tim now celebrates nineteen years in ministry and music. He has recorded eight solo projects. He has shared the gospel in fifteen countries around the world -- at conferences, churches, and even political and secular settings. Tim's vocals and the anointing on his life have opened doors for him to minister on several Christian television networks and be the soloist for several prolific ministries around the country including Reinhard Bonnke, T.D. Jakes, and Gary Mcspadden
Tim is celebrating seventeen years of marriage to his wife Sabrina this year. They have three children Maximus, Giselle, and Gabriella Grace. They reside in Aiken, South Carolina and attend Millbrook Baptist Church.
Please pray for this
wonderful man and family.
Their passion is to transform the world
through music, song, and service.
PRAY THAT THEY WILL BE
PROPSEROUS AND SUCCESSFUL
IN THEIR ENDEAVOR
TO CHANGE THE WORLD.
Posted by Bishop Abdelaziz at 5:12 PM