Music & Audiobooks
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Music by Vikki J. Myers
Vikki has two recordings available that have blessed listeners across the globe. Their responses have been a blessing to KIT Ministries as well.
I Just Want to Thank You, Lord -- Vikki's debut CD includes the Internet favorite, "Rely Upon Jesus," and two selections from her KIT theater shows: "I Just Want to Thank You, Lord," from "The Joy Monologues," and "Mary's Song (Glory)," from "It's Christmas, Dear." You also hear her foray into rap, joyous Brazilian beats and the reassurance of traditional hymns.
"Very encouraging and inspiring." — Re: "More than Conquerors." — Tehlgril; listener in Ikoyi, Nigeria
Christmas for All Seasons -- Not only does this holiday treat offer jazz-scat Christmas single, "What Child Is This?" and her new favorite, "The Christmas Song Gospel," the album includes worship selections sung throughout the year that take on addition significance packaged with traditional Christmas favorites. As a bonus, the arrangements by Garlan E. Garner also feature his instrumental solo debut, "Just Wonderful."
"That Dave Brubeck music style is flexible in space, time and everything." -- Richadiana Kartakusuma, Indonesia
Another way to support Vikki's music is through a unique partnership with MusicXray.com which connects us with music industry professionals who consider our songs for radio airplay, film sound tracks, or to develop future projects. You may click the Tip Jar to assist. Thank you.
Audiobooks by Michael Edgar Myers
Michael's energetic narration of audiobooks encourages young entrepreneurs and fans of gospel music history. His narratives are available on Amazon.com and audible.com.
Too Precious Too Fail: Discovering Keys to Winning Everyday by Somto Nwachukwu -- We have within us the power to change our world and its circumstances. However, we may never live satisfied or die fulfilled if we ignore the place of labor in maximizing our potential in Christ. "Very inspiring for college students or new and potential business owners."
Add, Subtract, Multiply, & Divide by C. Philip Austin -- "It has interesting view point on the plight of black America. It's very straight forward and doesn't pull any punches..." "I like the pacing and different voices by the reader. Definitely worth a listen for church leaders wanting to reach younger generation and wondering how to stay vital in African-American communities."
Make a Joyful Noise: A Brief History of Gospel Music in America by Kathryn B. Kemp (with Barbara Ann Martin) -- This engaging saga spans pre-slavery to the beginning of the 21st century and the impact of the Gospel Music Workshop of America on the genre. Interviews with gospel griots who share the rich heritage and legacy of music within the African American religious experience. "Thank you for sharing my passion for our history with new audiences. To God be the Glory!"