After ten years and 325,000 miles in the Chevy van, God has provided a bus for our ministry.


Some of you may remember a few winters ago, God assured Charlene through a cardinal that He would provide a larger vehicle in His time… well; in September of 2010 God closely guided us in our decision so it would parallel His will. He led us to a Prevost Coach in Nashville, which happened to be WAY out of our price range. We knew God would have to implement a miracle so we decided to ride on faith. Long story short, the owner came down over a third of the price and donated the rest to our ministry. Then, a wonderful couple offered to pay the remaining amount needed for the down payment. We were surprised by these happenings but God knew all along. On September 9th, around 11pm, David drove a 45 foot, 1998 Prevost Coach down our country road honking at family members and a few close friends who were anxiously waiting on the porch… what a sight! We had one day to clean, pack, and learn how to operate it before we were off for a 10 day trip. After a spirit-filled Sunday morning concert, we began setting up for a convention at nearby Freedom Hall. It was there we realized we were staying our first week in the bus at the University of Louisville …the home of the CARDINALS!!! Thank you to those who ALWAYS believed, NEVER doubted and held this need up to Father. Adam’s Voice has two donors pledging to give a monthly amount for the bus payment; one is contributing $200 and the other $300. We need a combination of donors to give a total of $600 to satisfy the monthly payment and insurance. If you feel God is prompting you, please, check the box on the return donation slip. We know God has opened this door for us to minister in a broader spectrum and with your help we can keep this mission thriving.
The Lord your God is the faithful God who for a thousand generations keeps His promises. —Deut. 7:9
Adams’s Voice planning for busy Spring/Summer/Fall 2011
May begins by traveling to Louisiana and Mississippi. June consist of trips to Oklahoma and Missouri, July & August, Ohio and then back to the National Quartet Convention in September.