Thursday, September 19, 2013
The Promise Introduces New Singer
When Mandy Wing Foster was three years old, her first solo was “I AM A PROMISE.” Now Mandy will be joining the group, The Promise (formerly Promise Trio) to sing soprano. Debra Carter Peele, leader of the successful group states: “ Mandy has been an understudy for over a year. She had filled in only once, but she never missed a practice and her attitude has been wonderful. She is a highly anointed singer and we are honored to have her join this ministry.”
Mandy replaces Tina McKinney Booth, who left this month at the leading of the Holy Spirit to build her new business, “Tina’s Sound Booth.” She is also forming a new women’s group.
We had no idea that the person the Lord would bring forward would also be a member of First Baptist Church Indian Trail where Debra and Rick are also members.
The Promise’s most recent radio release, “Repair the Old Altar” written by Kyla Rowland and produced by Marty Funderburk, went to #1 on Music to Radio and was selected as a pick hit on the Signing News Chart.
Mandy Wing Foster was born in Daytona Beach, FL, raised by her parents, Ron and Bunny Wing with her brother, Cameron in Ormond Beach, FL. Mandy majored in Music Education at The University of Florida in Gainesville, FL, earning her degree in 2001. She and her husband, Eric married in the summer of 2000 and now have two sons, Will and Ewan. In addition to teaching private voice and piano lessons for nearly ten years, Mandy has also written many Christian scripts which have been performed at McGregor Baptist Church in Fort Myers, FL, and at First Baptist Church of Indian Trail, NC, where she and her family currently reside.
In the last couple of years, Mandy has also written two books with Christian ministries: Remember Me, written for Broken Hearts Ministries, and Without Walls, for Garden of Hope Ministries. Mandy has always loved using whatever gifts, talents and opportunities the Lord has given her for His glory, and her passion is to tell others about the love and saving grace of her Lord, Jesus Christ through music and the creative arts. She is excited to embark on this new journey the Lord has laid before her and can't wait to see what He does with The Promise Music Ministry.
For More information you can contact The Promise at http://thepromise.info or ttps://www.facebook.com/thepromisetrio .
You can E-mail The Promise at firstname.lastname@example.org .
About The Promise
For centuries Christians have sung praises to our Heavenly Father at important events. In Luke 2:13-14 we find that they sang praises on the announcement of the birth of Jesus Christ and Matthew records in chapter 26 that the Apostles sang during the last supper. The Promise keeps this tradition alive by singing the praises of our Savior in churches and concerts across the land.